Welcome to the 20th Yarn Fanatic Link Party, and my third as co-host, alongside Rachel from The Philosopher’s Wife.
I haven’t been quite as active on my yarn crafts this week as I would have liked to be due to hands that hurt too much. If your hands also hurt, or you want some tips for preventing them from hurting, check out my most recent post, Do Your Hands Hurt or Ache? 5 Tips to Make Your Crocheting Experience Better.
We had some awesome yarn projects linked up last week, thank you to all who shared and left comments!
The Most Clicked Projects:
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The Cocoon Wristwarmers from Little Crochet. These cute little wristwarmers were hooked up for gift giving. What a nice gift to receive! I love the simple addition of the dark red colored edges and single flower.
The Pom Pom Pillow from Little Treasures. Maya and her daughter Eva did a great job putting together this Pom Pom Pillow. She includes helpful tips for attaching the pom poms in this post.
The Frost Flower Scarf from Crochet is the Way. There is only one pattern that I have pinned that was made of the Broomstick technique – this Broomstick Lace Cowl from Mon Petit Violon, because it looked so elegant and perfect for a wedding – all the others, I have admired and then sadly X’d out as I have been very intimidated by the technique. BUT, Jenny has a fantastic step-by-step Crochet Broomstick Lace tutorial she has composed for Guide Central, and also includes lots of photos and instructions in the pattern for this Frost Flower Scarf. I have pinned this pattern, and will definitely be giving it a try!
The Tiara for a Sweet Girl from Haak & Maak, which translates to Hook & Make. You will most likely need to use the translation option to fully understand the post, but the photo itself is BEAUTIFUL. This post is somewhat of a review, but more of a showcase. Anywho, I’ve added it to my list of things to make and to my Every Princess Board.
|Rachel’s daughter looks sooo cute in this Polar Bear Hat!|