working on finishing pretty I and the pattern :)
Hei, puta ble veldig fin. Stilige farger. Ser fram til å se mønster?
Har du fått hekla noen blomster, Tåvs?
Gorgeous! This is on my “to do” list NEXT! Am working on a little Christmas gift project presently, but when I finish, I’ll be trying my hand at “Something Pretty!” Thanks for sharing the pattern! Annette
kjenner igjen den der! så fin pute :)
Kanskje den har blitt litt blass på balkongen din? Det har den gule på min trur jeg :)
I LOVE this, I’m going to do a purple/pink afghan version…I’ll post as soon as it’s done and I’ll link back :-)
What a great idea. All of us have those extra, what to do with scraps of yarn. These would take up a lot of them. Just an idea for you and holidays, make your pillow covers in the different colors for the different holidays. For example, orange/black for halloween, pinks/red for valentines etc. Thanks for sharing this sweet pattern.
this is so incredible pretty! It’s surely you who made the dahlia-throw in the newest Crochet Today issue?! The flower looks exactley like these above, only the “frame” is made a little bit different.
You did such a wonderful job! *clapclap*
Did not see the Crochet Today pattern, but it’s not an uncommon stitch for a flower, I think :) Thanks for the tip, anyway, I have to check it out now…!
ooh yummy , I love it :)
I love this one! Do you remember the brand names/colours of yarn you used? Thanks!
More about the yarn and such in this post: http://millemakes.wordpress.com/2011/05/08/more-of-the-pretty/
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