These wire work trees are everywhere! You can make them for any occasion, but they are especially great for Mother's Day! You can use the tree branch colors to represent your children's birthstones like in this My Little Tree necklace design.

These wire work trees are everywhere! You can make them for any occasion, but they are especially great for Mother& Day! You can use the tree branch colors to represent your children& birthstones like in this My Little Tree necklace design.

▶ How to Crochet Spiral Flower 10 Petals Tutorial 54 Picot Trim - YouTube -- Wendy Schultz via Sigita onto Crochet.

This is a very good tutorial that makes some very involved techniques quite clear. How to Crochet Spiral Flower 10 Petals Tutorial 54 Picot Trim.

craft fair blog with ideas

Incredible booth- Craft Fair Set Up (These craft show ideas belong to another lady but I loved them and just had to pin them.

DIY Christmas Wreath

10 DIY Ideas to Make Your Christmas Party Magic

Crochet Flowers - 90+ FREE Crochet Flower Patterns - DIY & Crafts

Crochet Flowers - 90+ FREE Crochet Flower Patterns

Child Knitting Patterns We have now showcased right here Crochet Flowers with Free crochet flower Patterns that may make each flower lover an enormous fan! Makes use of for crochet flowers are Baby Knitting

quick and simple crocheted afghan | Little Birdie Secrets

Little Birdie Secrets: quick and simple crocheted afghan 8 skeins - jumbo plastic hook - single crochet

Quick and Easy Jeweled Afghan

Quick and Easy Jeweled Afghan

Quick and Easy Jeweled Afghan/ beginner / giant version of granny square/ FREE CROCHET pattern / x

stick horse heat felt ornament - Google Search

toy = juguete :) Felt Stick Horse Tutorial [I believe children need rocking horses but have made my share of hobby horses when needed. Never used felt, boot socks as far as I recall. Anyway, these look pretty snazzy, don't you think?

Crochet an Oval Using a Double Crochet Stitch

How to Crochet an Oval Using a Double Crochet Stitch

OVAL rug with Double Crochet. Chain chain start DC, Turn the corner: in a single stitch from the previous row (aka in the single DC from the last row.) After row increase turn stitches at each end. Check for puckers or waves occasionally.

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