Monday, October 17, 2011

My Latest Crochet Goodness...

Without further adieu, here are some of my latest crocheted goodies:


A lacy golden yellow cuff, with sweet little flower buttons, in a 100% cotton yarn


A little 100% cotton crocheted envelope style wallet, in a bright orange. The lining is a brown & white check, vintage kitchen towel that has little houses at the borders & the closure is a sweet, garden basket button
A super soft crochet cuff in a pink organic cotton yarn, with lace trim. The closures are a little wood button & a metal claddagh friendship/love style button.
These are a few of my latest projects, how about you? Have you been working on anything lately?

12 comments:

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

OOOOOOOh! Great creations! Thanks for helping me with my 'meme ~ blog hop on A Creative Harbor also! namaste, Carol ^_^

Debbie @ OtRD said...

Lovely! The orange one is my favorite! (and what a great use for an old kitchen towel too) I don't know how to crochet, I can knit, but never learned how to crochet, maybe one day...I'm finished up a magnet set for my friend's birthday recently and was happy with how that turned out. Now this it's getting cold again maybe I will start a knitting project...

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

Love the yellow cuff! And lining the wallet with a vintage towel is a pure stroke of genius!

Nichole said...

Love the cuffs! I've recently been making some crochet children's hats to add to our weekend market. Nothing fancy or super creative but we wanted to add a few handmade things :)

Carolina said...

I'm always a little jealous of people who can crochet. Both my mom and grandmother tried to teach me, but I never got the hang of it. I can do just about any other crafty thing... just not crochet!
These projects are just lovely! : )

Jenny said...

I love that cuff! I'm so impressed with your skills. I have a ball of hand died merino wool that I'm dying to make a cowl out of for the winter, but I have to brush up on my crochet skills. My 8 year old daughter is helping me, HA HA! Thanks for linking up again! I love it when you visit The Southern Institute!

Ms Bibi said...

Those are so pretty. My nieces would love those cuffs.

Alexis Grace of NorthOnHarper said...

The cuff is great!

Alexis Grace of NorthOnHarper said...

The cuff is great!

Debra said...

Lovely..... You have opened me up in that I make lots of these for friends, but have never thought of selling them :) Thanks xx

Anne Maskell said...

I love the orange one! I've always wished I could crochet better than i do.Your creations are lovely! I'm visiting from Handmade Wednesday have a great day.

Jessica @ O. Alouette said...

Wow these are beautiful! I just learned how to crochet! Maybe one day I'll be at this level :)