Author: Yotvat Anshel

Crochet Beautiful Snowman Hat

A new year is coming and bringing winter with it. What can be more fun then wear a snowman hat when it’s snowing out there. In this pattern, even the snowman wears his own hat. You can play with colors and have a lot of fun making this hat. The pattern comes in many sizes so you can crochet one for every member of your family. The pattern is courtesy of Sarah from repeat crafter me Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn in green and white. I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Fern Green, White, and Terracotta for the nose. A bit of black...

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Down The Lanes Of Memeory: Vintage Hexagon Granny Square Slipper Boots

Vintage Hexagon Granny Square Slipper Boots bring back memories. I saw them, and it instantly brought me flashbacks. These Retro gorgeous slipper boots are must have for anyone. Maybe some of you have pictures of yourself wearing them back then. They are beautiful, colorful, knee-length (or shorter) and made from Hexagon Granny Squares. Here are some free patterns and inspiration to help you make your hexagon granny square slippers. Colorful and cheerful  slippers Green and yellow my personal prefer colors Great spring colors Granny Rose Granny Slippers By Yarnspirations     Did you like the post? Let us know in the comments....

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Dragon Gloves With Crochet Scales Perfect For Winter

The winter is coming, according to Games Of Throne. Winter is cold, and we need something to warm us up. There are the fiery dragons of Daenerys Targaryen. If you combine them together, you get the dragon gloves. I’m sure that as a crochet lover, you couldn’t miss these dragon gloves. In the last couple of days, they are all over the net. With lots of beautiful colors, crochet dragon scales, and a beautiful crocodile stitch pattern, these gloves look utterly fantastic. You can find them on Mareshop on Etsy They arrive in all kinds of adorable colors, always...

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Crochet Artist Covers An Old House With Pink Yarn

In Finland, the crochet artist, OLEK, created an impressive statement. She covered an entire old house with pink, patterned fabric. Olek was born Agata Oleksiak in 1978 in Poland. She relocated to New York City, where she is currently based. She has covered buildings, sculptures, people, and an apartment with crochet and has exhibited in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil, Turkey, France, Italy, Poland, and Costa Rica. Over the course of three weeks, volunteers, including immigrants and women from a reception center for asylum seekers, helped OLEK and her team make enough pink, crocheted fabric to cover the entire...

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