Inspired by crochet

Friday, February 28, 2014

Embroidery Scraps into Crochet project by Penguin and FishThis week, I find myself inspired by all the gorgeous crochet projects on the web!

This beautiful Crochet Project by Penguin & Fish was created using her leftover embroidery floss scraps – what a wonderful idea! I love the beautiful random quality she has achieved by segueing from one floss scrap into another.

What about you? What do you do with your floss scraps?

Crochet Chain Bracelet on Fiber FluxThis Crochet Chain Bracelet on Fiber Flux uses DMC embroidery floss and beads for a wonderful variation on jewelry making!

I love the colors Jennifer has chosen – and there are so many color possibilities to play with in this project – literally every color of the rainbow beckons!

Crochet Sampler on Block-a-dayThis intricate “Apple trees” Crochet edging is part of a fascinating sampler project on Block-a-day.

Every week, blogger Lily plans to explore an edging inspired by a vintage crochet book and share her tips and experiences. This particular edging was crafted with DMC Traditions Cotton – beautiful, isn’t it?

Fan Bookmarks on UnFroggedThese delicate Fan Bookmarks on UnFrogged were created using DMC Cebelia and are just gorgeous, aren’t they? They have an airy, wispy quality to them that is breathtaking.

How to Sew a Whip Stitch on Sewing With KidsCebelia threads are wonderful for crochet, but they are also gorgeous to stitch with – as seen in this Whip Stitch Tutorial on Sewing With Kids. Sue offers wonderful ideas for getting children started with this basic stitch!


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