Multicolor Striped Crochet Bag

This is just a color variation of my Pastel Delight Crochet Bag with black as base color and multiple bright color stripes.  This has an art silk material inner lining with one small pocket with zip closure on one side and two open pockets on another.  All beautifully handcrafted in detail with utmost care :)…

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Lacy Sleeveless Pullover

A very elegant and stylish looking sleeveless pullover top.  A lovely pattern with stripes of tiny flowers from the magazine “Let’s Knit Series NV80320”.  It can be paired with jeans, skirts, pants, leggings etc.,

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Field of Violets Doily

Pattern was published in the magazine Decorative Crochet #8, designed by Kasuko Ichida.  It is exactly like what the designer says in the note “In addition to being beautiful, this doily is an ideal sampler piece for practicing a variety of stitches” :)…

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Wild Garden Rose Doily

I made this doily by looking at the “Dublin Garden” doily picture, originally designed by Dot Drake and published in “Crochet Wishes and Wonders” by House of White Birches in January 2000.  I made a slight variation in the the final edging round. Though it may not be exactly like the original one, I liked the fact that it does look somewhat similar.

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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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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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Bright Little Crochet Flower

Most of the time I use lighter shades of colors to crochet flowers…so this time thought of doing one in bright colors to see if it changes my mind and it indeed did 🙂 …I liked the outcome and felt the bright colors made it more attractive… maybe I should crochet flowers in bright colors too :)…I think it will go well with any fashion accessories like dresses, hairband, bags, purse, ornamental hangings etc. 🙂 …

My son helped me in taking pictures 🙂 …it was his idea to take photos of it with the butterflies 🙂 …

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The graphical pattern which I followed for this flower 🙂

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