It is summertime, and that means Kelly can go swimming! To help her have fun in the sun I crocheted these bathing suits for her.
The first two are one-piece swim suits, and the last one is a bikini. Each one took about 30 minutes to whip up. They were worked from the bottom up. I used single crochet and slip stitches to make these.
Read more to see Kelly modeling them...
I have split my Crochet Scrunchies 12 Original Patterns Volume 1 into four seasonal booklets with 3 scrunchies each. They are available for $1 each in PDF format. Each pattern includes written instructions and some include instructional photos.
For the past week, I have been working on a fairy inspired crochet Barbie outfit. I just finished the set last night. The idea to make it was sparked by a fan of my Facebook Page Rebeckah's Treasures named Karen. She was looking for ideas on how she could make a Tinkerbell dress herself several weeks ago, so I gave her some tips.
Once I had finished working on my Crochet Ponies, I got to thinking more about it. I had already decided I was going to crochet this outfit, but I thought I would check to see if there was any crochet Tinkerbell outfits for Barbie. I didn't see any, so I thought this would be even more fun... and it was indeed!
Continue reading to discover more about this set and to see more detailed photos...
I have been thinking about splitting my first volume of crochet scrunchies into four mini booklets for those of you who would prefer just a few scrunchy styles. I am looking for your opinions.
For the first little booklet I would like to put your three most favourite ones into them. So tell me in the comments below which three you like the best, and the most popular will become the first booklet. Then, the remaining ones will be sorted in a similar fashion.
I have been working on a fairy inspired crochet outfit for barbie. The idea to make it was sparked by a fan of my page. I am having so much fun making this outfit that when I am finished I plan to do outfits for all or most of the disney heroines.
The outfit is mostly finished. I still have to tie in some loose ends for the dress, add a snap and maybe even embellish it. I am currently working on the bottom half of the wings, and then I will work on a hair accessory.
So far she has a dress, panties, slippers (I am thinking about adding something to the tip), fairy dust pouch, a wand and part of her wings. Below are pictures of how I have progressed so far...
As you will recall from my post, My Crochet Ponies and Scrunchies, I was commissioned to make a pony for the first time, and I made my own pattern of it. I decided to test my pony pattern with a larger hook and yarn to make sure that it would work for those who may not have crochet thread, or just want a bigger pony. Since I didn't have any thicker yarn, I ended up doubling up on my crochet cotton thread. So, she ended up being 4.5" (11.5 cm) tall; one inch taller than the original ones.
As you can tell from the photos above, they look like a mama horse and her foal. I think it is great because now with one pattern you can make a family of ponies. What little girl or boy wouldn't love that?
The pattern for these ponies has many different variations, so you can make each one unique. For instance, you can have different coloured hooves, or you can let the hooves be the same colour as the body. You can make rainbow hair, one hair colour, or streaks like the ones above. The options are endless.
Continue to see more photos of the larger pony...
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