I absolutely love my measuring tape. It is one of those really important tools that if you make stuff you are going to need all the time. If I didn’t think mine was so pretty I would have definitely made a cute cover for it like the ones below.
I am also having a sale at my Ravelry store. Buy 2 get the third pattern free. Use coupon code JUSTBECAUSE. Hurry up because the offer is valid until May 31st only.
It has been a while since I did a Crochet Cuties post. So here are some really adorable projects.
1. building blocks, 2. Pink Polka Dot Buttons., 3. crochet accessory , 4. crochet pillows…, 5. Crochet: Ethel Cushion, 6. crochet flower, 7. Crochet Tote Bag, 8. CAL Bernat Waverly 2012, 9. Charlotte Booties, 10. Little Monsterz, 11. By your bed/Bathmat/Doormat Rug – Free Crochet Pattern , 12. Craziness, 13. I really do like this white one (it’s headed off across the oceans). The small purple one is crocheted with cabbage-dyed silk yarn. They are sitting on a coffee/rust dyed piece of hemp, 14. Pink cupcake, 15. Reclaimed Side Chair Yarn Bombed With Recycled Yarn, 16. Sylvie…
I have a little knitting helper, he is called Mr Monkey (click the links if you want to see how bad my photography used to be). Mr Monkey is going to be 2 next February. He likes to help my knit and he also gets dragged around by little Miss Monkey around the house too. You can make your own using this pattern.
Or maybe you want to make a different kind of monkey.
1. Monkey Hat
2. Amigurumi Monkey with a Banana
3. Sock Monkey Cup Cozy
4. Ami Monkey
5. Monkey Monkey Monkey Bib
6. Sock Monkey Hat
Cute and yummy but these are calorie free too
And the pattern is free too
Or maybe you don’t crochet but knit?
And the pattern is free for these ones too
I love how versatile granny squares are, you can use them to make anything. This is a cushion by CraftyRie, click on the image or the link to see some more pretty pictures
Coat hangers can be cute?
Yes yes yes they can be very cute.
So cute in fact that I want to make some.
I can across there cheerful ones from Petite Fee.
My grandmother had these, I am not sure if she made them or someone made them for her (she’s an amazing seamstress, knitter, crocheter, cook, grandmother and an amazing woman all around).
I a free pattern by Spud & Chloe for them if you want to make your own.
Seriously, projects like these are the ones that made me pick up a hook in the first place. I have yet to make something so big, but just looking at this pretty blanket makes me very happy.
From the ChickenBetty Blog