Handmade Greeting Cards – 3

“No matter the time…No matter the weather…It’s always fun when we are together…”

Third picture from my collection of Fun Together Series (3)

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For my crochet creations, see earlier posts or check in Ravelry here.

Telephone Cover

This is one of my oldest projects which I now use as a cover for my telephone :) …The pattern is from the magazine Magic Crochet issue #78.  The jasmine flowers as a lacy border make it look classy and elegant.

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Here is the graphical pattern for this :)

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For more images and my other crochet creations, check http://www.ravelry.com/projects/kishpi

Crocheted Sleeveless V-Neck Pullover Sweater

Much to my son’s delight, I at last finished crocheting a sleeveless V-neck pullover sweater for him :) , but he is a little disappointed too because he can’t start wearing it right now as the weather is hot now :(

It took me too long to crochet this with a 1 mm crochet hook with small and tight stitches…but the final texture looks great and beautiful :)

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For more pictures and my other crochet creations, check http://www.ravelry.com/projects/kishpi

 

Handmade Greeting Cards – 2

“No matter the time…No matter the weather…It’s always fun when we are together…”

Second picture from my collection of Fun Together Series (2)

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For my crochet projects, check my earlier posts or here.

Note1:  These are the drawings that I hand drew looking at some printed cards or pictures from the internet and sorted them in my own categories :) ….

Note2:  My son too is interested in arts and crafts…so, for this summer holidays to keep himself occupied, he has created his own blog to display and share some of his creations :)

Here’s the link to his blog craftscrazy   :)

Mini Crochet Doily -3

As my current projects are still in “work in progress” mode, thought of sharing one of my old doilies, which I did while learning crocheting :) …looking at these, I feel contented that I have progressed a lot in crocheting :) …my stitches have become more neat and clean, my projects are getting better and accurate shapes, and I’m able to understand the pattern much more clearly :) …but still have a long way to go…

The pattern is called “A Touch of Irish Doily” by Jacqui Cunningham and is available for free in Google.

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For more pictures and my other crochet creations, check here.

 

 

Handmade Greeting Cards – 1

“No matter the time…No matter the weather…It’s always fun when we are together…”

Beautiful quote :) ..isn’t it???

As I’ve fallen short of my finished crochet projects with all of them in “work in progress” mode…I thought of sharing my other interests here…one of them is the paper modeling which I discussed in my previous post.

Other one is wishing my near and dear ones on their memorable days…be it either birthdays or anniversaries etc., with my own handmade greeting cards…..Just used sketch pens and gel pens to make these and added quotes from the internet to match the occasion :) … very easy right???

So, I thought I’ll share with you all some of the drawings/characters I used to make my cards…

Here is my collection for the above said quote…As I’ve only few, thought of posting one by one in separate posts :)

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Will put other pictures for this series from my collection in posts to come soon :)

For my crochet projects, check my earlier posts or here.

Note1:  These are the drawings that I hand drew looking at some printed cards or pictures from the internet and sorted them in my own categories :) ….

Note2:  My son too is interested in arts and crafts…so, for this summer holidays to keep himself occupied, he has created his own blog to display and share some of his creations :)

Here’s the link to his blog craftscrazy   :)

 

3D Paper Miniature Models – Paper Craft

Apart from my main hobby of crocheting, one of my other interest is creating 3D paper models.  Lots of printable downloads are available on the internet to create stunningly good looking three dimensional paper models.  This  mainly involves taking printouts, cutting, folding, and gluing the pieces together to make splendid architectures, monuments, toys, vehicles, animals, birds etc..anything you name, you get the model on the internet.  My interest mainly lie on the architectural/monumental side.

These are some of the models I’ve made :) …They all have worn out somewhat because they are all around 8 to 10 years old :) .  They include Eiffel Tower, Neuschwanstein  Castle, Taj Mahal, Angkor Wat, White House, Big Ben…

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