Vintage model Crochet Shells Bag

A very elegant looking bag…perfect accessory for a party or wedding…goes with any style traditional or modern…fashionable and trendy at the same time…vintage model modernized with present metallic gold yarn and crystal beads :)…

Don’t have a pattern for this lovely creation…Got the basic idea by looking at a picture of a similar one I found for sale on etsy…modified the handles and size…

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Pastel Delight Crochet Bag

This delightfully colored and fashionably designed bag is a perfect match for party wears.  The design, color, and texture is in sync with current fashion trends.  The flower embellishments with sequins make it look more attractive.

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Crochet Neck Yoke

Instead of embroidering, I crocheted this simple neckline design and did patch work for my plain pintuck kurta top :)..I find this easier and time saver than hand embroidering …

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Irish Roses (Crochet) – 2

Crocheted Irish roses is an integral part of crochet art, and what can I say about them, they sure give a tough competition to the real ones, so beautiful, so colorful…its a treat to our visionary sense, the only thing that lacks is the fragrance.…..  It is no longer a far fetched dream as the pattern is readily available on the internet…They are so aesthetically designed to please one’s eyes giving them a royal ethnic look, very gorgeous, very elegant for home decor with grandeur, can be used as an embellishment with any accessories…

These Irish roses I crocheted for my next doily (Dublin Garden Doily by Dot Drake) 🙂 …

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Graphical Pattern for Irish Rose:

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After completing the rose, lacy edging is done with a sc over each stitch and 3 picot stitches on top of each petal (middle 3 stitches of each petal).

 

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Crochet flowers…what can I say about them, they sure give a tough competition to the real ones, so beautiful, so colorful…its a treat to our visionary sense, the only thing that lacks is the fragrance…I love to crochet these flowers..be it daisies or Irish roses or the daffodils…and the list goes on…  These can be used in any of the crochet projects as embellishments…

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The graphical pattern that I used to make these flowers 🙂 …

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