Crochet

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Lacy Baby Shawl

 

African Flower Granny Hex

Bolster Pillow

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Candy Corn Baby Hat

Christmas Pudding Ornament

Dane Doll

Dec 27, 2008 008

Everybody’s Slippers

Grammy Star

002Granny Square Baby Cubes

March Sunflower Potholder

Mary Jane Skimmers

Mum Pincushion

A Viking 011

Pumpkin Pie Hot Pad

A cake pop 126

Pretty Perfect Headband

009Rainbow Chevron Bag

Rainbow Granny Bunting

194The Ripple

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The Ripple Again

Shamrocks and Clover

Skinny Mini Headband

Jan 13, 2009 010

Sleepy Baby Lamb

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Snowflake Hotpad

Soap Sacks

Sweet Little Easter Basket

T-Shirt Yarn Pumpkins

Valentine Garland

 

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Flapper Toddler Hat

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Lucky the Leprechaun

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Rainbow Bag

Sailor Hat

T-Shirt Yarn

7 Responses to Crochet

  • Christine Earl says:

    I so need a weekend without little little kids to do some of these projects, but I can’t see myself enjoying a weekend without them. I’ll have to piece some time together. This is a great list Launi.

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    Launi Reply:

    There’ll be time soon enough. You’ll see. :}

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  • Molly M says:

    Hey, not sure if this is where I should post this question? Hope you can help! I am wanting to make T Shirt yarn out of a sheet. I did see in a former post abuot it, but no one said what type of sheets would be best?! 100% cotton? Or other? What do you think? Thanks so much .. love your site!

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    Launi Reply:

    Well, I suppose it depends on what you are making with it. Cotton is lovely light, flannel would be soft and warm and knit would be very much like the T-shirt yarn. They would all make nice big rugs–for instance, but they would each be a bit different–in weight. I’ve wanted to make a bathroom rug out of some flannel sheets that are getting a bit worn, and I have tons of pretty cotton sheets too. Actually, I don’t think you’ll go wrong with any of the choices. Please show me what you make. :} Thanks so much for your kind words…and your comments!

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  • Kristy taylor says:

    I have and have made some of your snowflake hotpads. i love them. you mentioned that you make a different one for each month. could you possibly share them?

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  • Lisa says:

    Grea website! I was poking around looking for the potholder a month…Love the snowflake one! Am I over looking others?

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  • Brandy says:

    Hi there! Thank you so much for these wonderful crochet patterns! I just finished making one side of the snowflake hot pad to use as a dishcloth! I was actually wondering if you minded if items using your pattern are sold. I would definitely include a link back to your pattern. Please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Brandy

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