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Motif is a French word meaning to recur. The designs recur in a circle. if you make it big enough it becomes a nice doily for your furniture. There are so many wonderful uses for them when you put them all together... bed cover, clothes, window curtains, lampshades, doll dresses, pillows, the uses are almost endless as are the patterns. So have fun... you can also make them any color or combination of colors... or out of crochet thread or yarn. Have fun with them ~ I do.

podkins: So, I know there is still a few more months until Christmas, but if you’re going to be crafting goodies for friends and family, maybe now is the time to start!  What do you think? Crochet Star Tree Decorations found via Tea At Weasels Want the pattern?  Here it is: Crochet Puff-Centred Star by Penny Peberdy  found here on Ravelry.

Bizancio Party Crocheted Fascinator Oh, this is lovely!  Handmade bydeestraperlo on Etsy.  Want.

Hexipetl Shawl : Exclusive kit design by Emma Lamb for the Italian yarn company Gomitoli's | Emma Lamb

DMC Natura Crochet Cotton

Go to the home page for the account, this image will be number 16. The design is a combination of the charts on image 1 and 2.

Valentine Heart crochet afghan square

Would go nicely along with the other Amish looking motif I pinned.......Ravelry: Project Gallery for Spring Fling 12" Square pattern by April Moreland

Cream White Granny Square Blanket : Vintage Afghan Crochet. $86.00, via Etsy.

Motif idea - might be able to recreate

A Valentines crocheted block fresh of the hook! :D ♥ Blog tutorial is linked to the pin.

Annie's Place: Solid 'Willow' Crochet Block How-To

200 Crochet Blocks | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Colorful curtains by Karin aan de haak! Looks like stained glass windows. Pattern here

This could be the fine makings of an Amish looking afghan ~!~

This is a neat idea to make all the crocheted flowers into an afghan ~!~ Dear Hannah by Ann Elliott (yes, there is a Dear Hannah in addition to Dear Jane). Instead of piecing the traditional cones, she decided to do an applique border. photo by Jackie at CV Quilt Works.

Ravelry: Freesia Square pattern by Gaby V

Backyard Bouquet blanket - available at