I made this bright and bold square for the Bumbles and Friends 12″ square exchange. I really love the colors!
I’m participating in a 12″ square exchange with 6 other crocheters. We make 5 squares for each swapper, and receive a total of 35 squares. I made this super soft blue square for Tina. : )
Made this for March’s Big Square exchange on Crochet List.
I made this doily for my partner in the Crochet List’s doily/coaster exchange. The pattern came from 99 Little Doilies. I am so pleased with how it turned out!
I made this purse for Donnie, for the handbag exchange on Crochet List. I am really pleased out it turned out! It is a super easy pattern; just make a large rectangle, fold in half, and crochet the edges together. Crochet around the top attaching the handles as you go, add a fancy button, and you’re set!
I made a modified Fishermans Ring, just adding extra rounds t make it
This is my January square for Crochet List’s 12 inch square exchange. The pattern is Chris Simon’s Butterfly Square from here www.geocities.com/cdjsimon/butterfly_garden.html
Made these for this round of the CL doily exchange. I used a size three thread and a 00 steel hook. I am pleased with how they turned out; they’re thick, and will be good for catching heat and condensation.
For Crochet List’s granny square exchange. I love this soft yarn… the pattern is Seville from 200 Crochet Blocks
Made this for my Secret Crochet Pal last round, from 99 Little Doilies. It worked up super quick, as all the little doilies in that book do, but did turn out teenier than the stated gauge. So, I added a few more rows so it looked more doily-like than bookmark-like. Still, cute!
Made this neato beans Lacy big square for the CLBSX exchange on CL. The center pattern is a motif for a thread tablecloth that I really liked. I edged it with dc to make it fit 12″ I think it turned out really nice!
Made this neato shawl for my pal on Secret Crochet Pals. I really love this blue yarn! I got it as a gift from a friend; her Mom had tons and tons of stuff she used for machine knitting, and this came from that.
My base chain was several inches longer than my arm span, and I did shell, sk 2, sc, sk 2 shell for the body. I edged it with 2 rows of sc, then a row of shells. I am pleased with how it turned out.
I made this really cool dishcloth for February’s Crochet List dishcloth exchange out of the Interlocking Filet stitch. Sorry for the crappy pics – I ended up taking them at the post office. I absolutely love how the square turned out! Once I got the hang of how the filet interlocked, it was very easy, and I think I will make more of these in the future.