From time to time I receive a question asking me whether I sell actual crochet products in my shop. I reply that I design the items and make patterns, but maybe one day… And that day has come. I just had this strong feeling recently that I should be nice and polite and make some real stuff for those of you who like crocheted items but haven’t yet mastered this craft. As crochet owls are the product that you guys seem to like a lot in my shop, it was very easy for me to choose what to make.
Sooo, without further ado, a few crochet coasters have just landed in my shop. They are grouped into sets of 4. If you want to learn more details, you are more than welcome to… just click THIS link.
With lots of love,
(And if you are interested in the pattern, you can still find it HERE.)
The colorful project that I showed you in my last post is all finished. For a while I dared change my old crochet-pattern-making ways and decided to make a few owl coasters. I made 32. Originally, I thought it would take me a week. It took me a month instead. A very sweet month, though.
Now onto dividing the coasters into colorful sets of 4 and into the shop they fly.
Will be back with more info soon.
I am stopping by to introduce my newest crochet creation to you – it’s the Crochet Owl Purse With Feathers.
Oh, how much I love making those feathers, they are soooo much fun!
This pattern actually is a remake of one of my older patterns – the Crochet Owl Cushion. After I published the cushion pattern a few years ago, I received quite a few questions asking me if the cushion could be turned into a purse. I thought,’Yes, it can and what a lovely idea it is!’ Actually, I found the idea so lovely that I thought it definitely deserved its own tutorial with all the steps described in precise detail.
And here it is. The pattern for the Crochet Owl Purse has more than 70 pictures making it really easy to follow.
If you’d like to learn more details about the project, you can find them HERE or HERE.
And have I already mentioned it’s a lot of fun?
Yes, I could not stop and made three versions. Don’t they make sweet summer bags?
Today I am super happy to present to you my newest crochet creation – the Crochet Owl Coasters!
Making coasters is a great way how to add some fun and funky into your home accessories. Needles to say, they make great gifts too!
These owl coasters (or appliques) require minimal amounts of yarn. That makes them just perfect for using up any leftover stash that might be hiding in your closet.
The place where I live is now full of these cute little owls and I have to admit that my morning coffee has never tasted better than now when I can watch a happy owl looking at me from underneath my cup. Pure joy!
If you’d like to make this project too, you can find the pattern and all necessary info in my crochet pattern shop (psst, I managed to get almost 40 step-by-step pictures into the pattern this time).