From the survey, the mermaids and wedding accessories are the top patterns you want next.
With Sharon needing the wedding accessories ASAP, I have started on getting those ready for you all first. So far, I've completed several headpieces - each can either be used alone as is, or can be used as a base for the veil, AND several flower appliques (those are for another post).
Now I would love your help in naming all or any of the crowns, tiaras and headbands...
Recently, I asked my fellow crochet designer friends to share with me their most favourite crochet pattern from their shops. I have rounded them all up here along with one of mine, and I'll bet you'll soon be seeing why we love them all so much!
At last, I have finished enough outfits to give you all a preview of my newest free pattern - Pretty in Pink!
I have been working on this over the last few days just especially for you.
This pattern will include directions to crochet two types of dresses - each with top variations and several dress lengths, two skirt variations that mimic the dress variations, and pants with capri and shorts variations. All of which can be pictured to the left...
A few of the tops and dresses have been done more than once to go with all the skirts and pants for a total of 16 outfits.
The dress variations form a backwards "L" in the picture with the 4 dressy dresses in the vertical line to the right, the 3 simple dresses in the horizontal line on the bottom, and Kelly modeling the original dressy dress up top.
Then, the first row of tops are paired with the pant variations, the second row of tops are paired with the simple skirts, and the third are paired with the dressy skirts. About half of the tops are dressy variations and the other half are simple variations...
Now that I am finished with "Happily Ever After" I can finally get back to working on my little brother's Chess Set.
And I did just that on the weekend by adding 4 more finished pieces - the King, the Queen, a Castle and a Knight - to the set for a total of 13 so far. Only 3 more red pieces remain, and then I'll need to go hunting for a nice blue to match it.
Technically the Knight isn't finished yet since I still have to do the eyes, but I am not certain yet if I want to do them in blue or another colour. So I am holding off on that bit for now.
Sedie from Yarn Obsession has been interviewing many lovely ladies of crochet, and just the other day we did one together.
She asked me several fun questions. Some having to do with crochet, and others have nothing to do with crochet.
You can check out my interview with Sedie here: Rebeckah's Treasures a Yarn Obsession Crochet Business Interview
For the past 2 weeks, I have been working on a local commission for my special loopy snuggle crochet bunnies.
She wanted three bunnies in neutral colours of creams and whites with light pink for the inner ears. So, I did them in these colours.
It took me a little longer than usual to crochet these bunnies because I failed to note the hook size, the double loop sizes, and a few other details from when I did them two years ago.
Plus, all of the excitement from my "Happily Ever After" crochet pattern release didn't help matters either.
The important thing is that they were finished a day before the deadline and they are now safely in the hands of the new owner.
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