This was a very simple and quick pattern, so there isn’t too much to say. The directions are pretty straight forward in terms of the structure. The most difficult part is also the most striking part of the stitch texture. The “ivy stitch” is where this pattern gets its name, and it’s a really cool look! This technique involves working what are essentially spike stitches into a sort of semi-circle shape, working into different previous rows to get the desired look.
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Free crochet pattern how to crochet an adorable toadstool perfect for a fairy garden!
How to DIY a Fairy Garden with Coleuses and a Water Fountain. This post contains affiliate links for Color Street. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! Last month, our theme was “Easter/Spring Front Door Decor”, and I… Read more
How to turn my Super Easy Carrot Applique into a fun garden marker. Welcome to the March Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop, hosted by My Pinterventures. The purpose of this Pinterest Challenge is to motivate all the participants of this hop (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! This month’s theme is… Read more
Have you ever seen a baby butterfly before?! I hadn’t! I caught a glimpse of this little guy out of the corner of my eye as I returned to work from my lunch break. How you might ask? Well, if it flies around me, I stare it down to see if I should run or… Read more
As mentioned before, my niece and I have been going on morning walks. I couldn’t help but stop to take a photo of the entrance to this housing development covered in a beautiful combination of orange and yellow Marigolds, paired with the warm brick surroundings and bright white background. Love it!