THIS IS MY CROCHET PAGE!
Some of these projects are from when I first started crocheting. I have tried to put them in some kind of order, putting the most recent up at the top, but some things I can't remember for sure so I put higher up assuming people might enjoy the links. I have tried to include the links to the patterns I have made so that you too can make it if you want to!
Here are some funny pictures of a hat I made for my husband's white elephant party! LOL
Yuka: John: I used the pattern from Bohemian Mermaid's site (http://groups.msn.com/bohemianmermaidpalace) you have to belong to her msn group, but she has a lot of cool patterns. The hat is her basic hat, I added the flaps on my own along with the mock dread locks and the big pompom on top. It was a lot of fun :)
Katie wearing a hat I made for a friend's baby. I added a little flower on the front of it after this picture, but it sure turned out cute! I got this pattern from http://serendipity.gpvm.com/patterns.asp and I made the helmet and then added the ears.
This is a hat I made. It was *supposed* to look like the hat in the movie "Just a Walk in the Park" but I think I did something a little wrong. This pattern can be found http://www.angelfire.com/rock/themermaid/Patterns/Kits.html and then choose Erika's tweed hat. This website is new to me, and I really like it!
spike stitch tote. I won Sweepstakes at the fair! I got this pattern by purchasing a membership here: http://www.crochetdesigners.ifitsa.com
My cuties in their sweaters I made for them. I used this pattern: http://members.tripod.com/~kpup/html/untitled.html and I did lengthen the sleeves.
A picture of my daughter Katie in her cousin Julie's hat and mittens, I almost should probably put this on Katie's page LOL The mittens in this pattern were crocheted using this pattern: http://www.crochetandknitting.com/mittens.htm I also used that stitch to make the hat and the scarf. (though I did not use a pattern)
The purse I crocheted for myself after one year's use. Found this pattern at: http://www.followingbliss.homestead.com/VanessasBeadedBag.html
Diaper cover (soaker) made from wool-ease. I used this pattern: http://www.angelfire.com/biz/mothershelpinghands/crochet.html but instead of adding the knitted part I just crocheted around the edges.
Toilet topper, made for my mom in law. I found the pattern here: http://grannys-garret.com/pattern/floral_toilet_tissue_cover.pdf you must have acrobat reader to view this pattern.
Doily made for an exchange. The pattern can be found here: http://hometown.aol.com/lffunt/patterns.htm
Antimacassar made for a friend. It was actually a doily pattern that I found here: http://www.crochetpartners.org/Patterns/CPpat44.html
Another poncho and pants I made for another friend. Pattern for this and the one pictured above can be found at: http://susan.kraus.net/pages/pattern2.html