Came across this quick and easy pattern today. Alexandra Smith shared this crochet flower ring pattern on her blog. The link is here…Lola Nova Blog. You’ll need a thin bracelet or ring and whatever yarn you have on hand. If you had the time and the patience to use a crochet thread or very thin […]


Absolutely love this pattern! The possibilities seem endless. As usual, I did mine a little differently than the original. I used the magic circle technique and made what Teresa calls Row 1 directly onto my ring. That did require a bit of an adjustment – I had to make the chains on the back of […]

I really like this one, it’s big and floppy and really easy to make. It hides mistakes well too – a big bonus in my book. It did take the better part of an evening while watching The Amazing Race last night. Of course, that show is so cool it may have negatively impacted my […]

Bright colors and a bold design are what makes these Hawaiian Flowers so striking. A talented crochet artist named Sarah has shared her original pattern to make this crochet flower on her blog called sarah london. Her work is quite distinctive as she likes to use bold colors with high contrast. I’ve not seen such […]

This type of crochet rose is quite common. The numbers of stitches might vary but the general technique is similar. I thought to talk about Tina’s Rose because I liked the way she described how to make it. Though she does get a demerit or two for not including a picture. 🙄 The pattern was […]

sunflowerI just love this great crochet sunflower pattern! It was originally posted in 1999 so it definitely has staying power.

I did, however, make some changes in the pattern.

I so love making cool things. My favorite’s are usually made with a crochet hook and yarn. My most favorite is flowers. They have to be the quickest, yet most interesting things one can make in crochet. Most make use of the same basic stitches but the way they are put together is what makes […]