Sarah brought in a bunch of things to share—all made with her own designs. She has a definite flair for color work and tapestry crochet in thread. Add a few beads to a tiny bag and you have an amulet case. Make a little larger bag, stuff it and close it up and you have juggling balls. Make it larger yet and you have a purse or grocery bag.
Linda the Amigurumi Queen (also a new crocheter) has been busy making making gifts. Pete the Cat, a character in a children’s book, is very popular. And who could resist this adorable bear? After spending hours trying to get the face just right on the cat, she used safety eyes on the bear.
Jen visited an alpaca farm in
Mary is another fan of thread crochet. You have to look closely (just click on the image) to see all the tiny beads incorporated in this lovely collar--and don't miss the three clear buttons.
African flower motif, which can be combined to make just about anything, including some interesting toys and clothing. If you like working with colors, you might give this hexagonal motif a try.
Julie crocheted this V-shaped wrap using Lion Brand Heartland worsted yarn. The picture shows the right and wrong sides of the wrap—and both sides look great!