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What's New: Mint and Coral - Granny's Flower Garden Afghan

 

Today I wanted to share my finished mint and coral

Granny's Flower Garden afghan today!


I wrote the pattern for the square myself, and I'm getting it ready to share very soon!

I know you'll like it!

I just love how these colors came together! So pretty! 

I'm sooooo excited to share this pattern with you guys! It turned out so nice!


 

If you can't wait to make one of your own, you can also purchase this baby afghan in my Etsy shop, by clicking on this link:

What's New: Pretty Maids All in a Row

I've been working on a lot of fun projects over the past few months, but, as often happens with motherhood, my kiddos have taken a big chunk of my creating time! And I wouldn't have it any other way!

What's New: Pretty Crochet Collars

The weather is getting pretty chilly around these parts and these pretty little callars are the perfect way to keep your neck warm, while still looking cute! I've been making lots of pretty crochet collars in an array of fantastic trendy colors!

Crochet Peter Pan Collar in Persimmon

Crochet Scallop Collar in Goldenrod

Crochet Lace Collar in Off White

Crochet Peter Pan Collar in Passion

You can read more about these lovelies, and see more pictures, by visiting the scarves section of my shop, HERE.

Crochet, Cancer, and the Cause!

As you may know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Being in the business of making hats, I've have the pleasure to make several over the years for beautiful women who have been diagnosed with breast (or other) cancers. The thing that I've always taken away from these opportunities, is how amazing and strong these women are. So brave and courageous.

What's New: Crochet Lace Collar

I've been seeing all of these cute crochet collars on Etsy and around the web lately and decided i wanted to try one out for myself.  I wanted it to be a little chunkier looking than traditional crochet lace...and I wanted to use yarn I already had on hand!

 

After searching around some, I decided to try out this pattern from Lulu Loves.  The pattern was fairly simple, but it is written in UK crochet terms, so take that into consideration.  I did make some minor adjustments to suit my yarn and size.

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