Sunday, April 28, 2013

Some country ideas....

I came across a pattern last night that stopped me in my tracks. I have a file on my computer that I collect patterns. It's probably got 200 patterns in it. I want to do everyone of them. But the pattern I saw last night on Twitter is a must. So cute and unusual. It sparked me to do this blog today with a country cottage, shabby chic, homey theme. Take a look at the quaint things I found.

From Lyubavacrochet these Shabby Chic Crocheted Coasters are so elegant.

From Emma Lamb comes this chic crocheted pincushion. For different varieties take a look at her work here...http://www.etsy.com/listing/97782362/crochet-pincushion-mabel-shabby-chic

Inspired & Unscripted created these Crochet Flowers called Regal Rose. http://stampininspirations.blogspot.com/2012/01/handmade-crpchet-flowers-and-shabby.html


You can find these Handmade Crochet Ornaments via Peago at Trendy Bride. http://trendybride.net/handmade-christmas-ornaments-_-12-days-of-christmas-day-1/

These crocheted Circular Facial Scrubbies come from With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart. Get the pattern here. http://www.gratefulprayerthankfulheart.com/2011/12/another-finished-christmas-gift.html?m=1


This Shabby Chic Granny Square Throw was created by Leonie Morgan. Find her at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shabby-chic-granny-square-throw


This beautiful piece comes from Large Ramblings & Small Doses of Dottie Angel and is called 'lo and beholdness' a warm & woolly coat for a cold mid century stool.  See the work here - http://dottieangel.blogspot.com/2011/06/bit-of-lo-and-beholdness-continued.html


This gorgeous Country Cottage Crochet Cushion comes from www.hookandbake.blogspot.co.uk/ So beautiful!


Bobbi Lewin created this Neon kitchen floral crochet garland. So bright yet elegant. You can find her at http://www.etsy.com/listing/45104428/neon-kitchen-floral-crochet-garland

This is the image I saw on Twitter last night that I have to make. It comes from DROPS DESIGN. Don't you just love it? So quaint. You can find the pattern here - http://garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=6118&lang=us#tabs-1
These beautiful items all could fit into a shabby chic lifestyle. There is so much creativity going on out there. Take a moment to take a look at your fellow crocheter's art and become inspired.

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