Susans Leaf Crochet Pattern Collection
Use them for hair ornaments, appliques for all kinds of projects, and ornaments for a bough on a Christmas tree!
Product Details About the Author. About the Author Susan Kennedy is an artist and designer who lives and works in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She finds inspiration for her paintings and design work in nature, children's literature, and current culture. Animals, flowers, natural shapes in the ocean and forest all inspire Susan to create stitches, appliques, scarves and many more fanciful crocheted items.
Working in cotton thread and all types of yarn, Susan always has a crochet hook in hand, ready to explore a new idea. Susan also works in oil and watercolor, showing paintings around the Southeastern United States and teaching landscape in Forsyth County.leondumoulin.nl/language/known/documents-illustrative-of-english-church.php
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This dream is a reality Get pinpoint accuracy more easily with this comprehensive visual guide includes bonus CD of full-size template patterns. The pillow pattern link is in the comments on one of my Instagram pics.
The hexie blanket is my own pattern because I could not find a hexie I liked! May I ask how you dealt with the ends before you cut them off and did your border? It helped me to do every other row not sure why, but it did so I did all the color rows first, then went back and did the gray; 2. Weave the ends in along the row of the same color for several stitches, then turn around and weave them back out.
This keeps the ends from popping out every time you pick up the finished blanket, which is beyond annoying because believe me you never want to see those ends again. Hope this helps! I love the way the medley of colorful ends looks.
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I wonder if one could make this scarf size and how it would look with all those ends left dangling? Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Author Kathryn San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit! Stephanie 4 years ago Reply.
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