Cookies!!! I love them! I think my favorite sweet to crochet are cupcakes!I do a lot of crocheting to de-stress after a working day, and it is really nice to watch some TV and do some working with the hands.
Here are a few samples of the things I have done:
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Some mini-Cthulus that got distributed at work.
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Song bag for my nephew - a song bag is essentially a bag filled with little crocheted things - you pull one of them out of the bag, and sing a song about it. So, a ball, a heart, flowers, kittens, doggies, etc, etc....
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Rainbow blanket finished last year. Sooo pretty.
Fantastic!!! What lovely workmanship! Everything is so pretty and well made!Ok... pic heavy, I’ll leave most of them small. This is what happens when you have a mom who loves to crochet. My sister gets all the shirts, vest, and most of the scarves, my nephew got the masks. E has a collection of little food. I’ve accumulated quite a lot. Plus, not pictured, I’ve made a blanket for E every year of her life and several other just because. I like make both baby and adult blankets to donate. Oh, btw, it feels so wrong calling them blankets. They are always afghans to me. First the few full size.
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random doilies of a sort
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then a few odds and baubles
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that last is a close up of my shawl turned wall art. The little coasters were definitely my work. Then a close up of my favorite purple one. This yarn was made from scraps of silk saris.
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fingers crossed it all loaded right and you enjoy a tiny bit of my and my mom’s work.
It's the stitches, tension, and yarn that help the keep their shape. My mom made the little ones... like the hanging one with hello kitty in it. She made the jellyfish, too. They have a sponge inside that floats and are fully machine washable and even dryer safe. My nephew plays with his in the bath.Wow those baskets in the second pic look really cool! How’d you make them keep their shape like that?
I also like the little jellyfish
Oh ok, I knit a bag once and it was super floppy so I wasn’t sure. And Aw that’s cute that they floatIt's the stitches, tension, and yarn that help the keep their shape. My mom made the little ones... like the hanging one with hello kitty in it. She made the jellyfish, too. They have a sponge inside that floats and are fully machine washable and even dryer safe. My nephew plays with his in the bath.