these are no words for how cute this is
emilie25781:

(via Ravelry: Owl Granny Square pattern by ATERGcrochet)

these are no words for how cute this is

emilie25781:

(via Ravelry: Owl Granny Square pattern by ATERGcrochet)

spectacular 

fer1972:

18 Ton Sand Sculpture Backdrops by Jooheng Tan via thisiscollosal

1. Astronaut

2. Physicist

3. Archaeologist

Here’s one of my latest patterns, the Shoebeedoo Loafers. I’m in baby crochet overload you guys. 
What do you think?

Here’s one of my latest patterns, the Shoebeedoo Loafers. I’m in baby crochet overload you guys. 

What do you think?

bow ties are cool :)

chasingthefrill:

Purple bow

For sale here

And a little more. Aren’t these stairs lovely?

And a little more. Aren’t these stairs lovely?

Been neglecting this blog for a little bit but I’m back! About to pop. And thought I’d share a little lovely yarn art with you all. 

Been neglecting this blog for a little bit but I’m back! About to pop. And thought I’d share a little lovely yarn art with you all. 

Here goes a free pattern for a Croco-Flower. It’s quite easy… literally, just a couple of rounds that gives you an interesting 3-D effect. It can be worked in any yarn weight. However, heavier weight yarns like worsted or bulky weights works best to give it a sturdier texture. Even the good ol’ Red Heart Super Saver works fine for this flower. Enjoy it!Designed by Lianka Azulay, Bonita PatternsCh 7, join with sl st in first ch to form a ring.Rnd 1: * ch 10, sl st in next ch, rep from * around, join with sl st in first ch – (7 ch-10 loops)Rnd 2: [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in first ch-10 sp * [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in next ch-10 sp, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc. Fasten off. – (7 petals)Finishing: Attach a 1” button sewn through the center of the flower.You may also sew Croco-Flower on a brooch setting so it is removable.© Bonita Patterns 2011

Here goes a free pattern for a Croco-Flower. It’s quite easy… literally, just a couple of rounds that gives you an interesting 3-D effect. It can be worked in any yarn weight. However, heavier weight yarns like worsted or bulky weights works best to give it a sturdier texture. Even the good ol’ Red Heart Super Saver works fine for this flower. Enjoy it!

Designed by Lianka Azulay, Bonita Patterns

Ch 7, join with sl st in first ch to form a ring.

Rnd 1: * ch 10, sl st in next ch, rep from * around, join with sl st in first ch – (7 ch-10 loops)


Rnd 2: [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in first ch-10 sp * [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in next ch-10 sp, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc. Fasten off. – (7 petals)

Finishing: Attach a 1” button sewn through the center of the flower.You may also sew Croco-Flower on a brooch setting so it is removable.

© Bonita Patterns 2011

I am thrilled with the positive response I’m receiving since I launched these booties’ pattern. Sweet!
(via Crocodile Stitch Booties (Baby Sizes) | Bonita Patterns)

I am thrilled with the positive response I’m receiving since I launched these booties’ pattern. Sweet!

(via Crocodile Stitch Booties (Baby Sizes) | Bonita Patterns)

Today, a little over 2 months after its launching date… the printed version of my book is now Back Ordered and temporarily out of stock at my publisher!  Yay! Celebration time again! Glad to know e-book inventories are infinite ;-).

Today, a little over 2 months after its launching date… the printed version of my book is now Back Ordered and temporarily out of stock at my publisher!  Yay! Celebration time again! Glad to know e-book inventories are infinite ;-).

This is my design for a Crocheted Wedding Gown.  It is entirely crocheted with the Crocodile Stitch in a fine microfiber satin thread.  It took me 3 weeks of insane crocheting.  My wrists almost fell apart.  Luckily I was able to finish it in time to model it at the Crochet Guild of America Fall Conference Fashion Show.  The Calla Lilly flowers in the bouquet were crocheted by my mother. Yep, it takes a family to make a crocheted wedding.

This is my design for a Crocheted Wedding Gown.  It is entirely crocheted with the Crocodile Stitch in a fine microfiber satin thread.  It took me 3 weeks of insane crocheting.  My wrists almost fell apart.  Luckily I was able to finish it in time to model it at the Crochet Guild of America Fall Conference Fashion Show.  The Calla Lilly flowers in the bouquet were crocheted by my mother. Yep, it takes a family to make a crocheted wedding.