These beautiful blankets were made by our member
Suzie S. Check out the colors and the different
techniques. She says that every year she makes blankets
for her families Christmas Gift Exchange. Her blankets
are so popular that they are now wanting to create rules
so that everyone gets a chance to get one of her
beautiful blankets. I want to get in on this exchange for
sure!!! Thank you, Suzie, for bringing these in.
If you like these patterns, here are the links.
This is for the pastel blanket:
This is for the wave looking blanket:
And this is for the bottom blanket:
This stunning doily was done by
Helen H. This was done with size 50
crochet thread from a vintage Mary
Helen let us know that Mary Card
was famous for her designs in the
1920’s and 1930’s. I see where my
next rabbit hole is going to go.
LOL!! Just stunning.
Helen won an award in Santa Clarita
for this work and well deserved I
This little set was made out of acrylic yarn with a fun fur yarn around the edges.
Made with crochet thread, these two little acorns made cute little nail appliques.
This custom set Bubble Gum Fun from Skipper Sandra. A bag, a planner and a phone case make up a cute set.
This cute little scuba diver was made for a friend who was retiring. The starfish has the initials of all the co-workers.
Alice M made this amazing dahlia pillow. Talk about popping right off a sofa. It's beautiful! If you'd like to try it, here's the link to the pattern: https://mycrochetory.com/dahlia-pillow-free-crochet-pattern/
Here Lynda M shows off how she embellished a sweater with some of her crocheted flowers.
Here Linda N working on a baby blanket for her newest granddaughter. She's definitely going to get the Best Grandma award!