Crochet Pattern: Vintage Daisy Motif

Lovely, I think i would love a blanket in this for the winter so when I walk in or wake up the brightness would uplift my moood. I suffer bad from SAD http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/seasonal-affective-disorder/basics/definition/con-20021047

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UPDATE 10/8/13: Because I get these questions over and over, I’ll update here! I have since purchased and used the Hana-Ami Flower Loom. It comes with basic instructions. To make the blanket, you can use the join-as-you-go method. Just follow the last-round instructions (the green) and JAYG using this diagram. You can find lots of flower loom instructions and ideas here.

I’ve been obsessing about these vintage afghans that seem to be floating all over on the web these days. I can’t pinpoint just where I’ve been seeing them, but I think they’ve been in the backgrounds of photo shoots and house tours and such. Regardless, I can’t stop thinking about them . . .

daisy chain afghans

afghan 1 available at Dahlilah Found Vintage, afghan 2

I wanted to find the crochet pattern for these afghans and use it as a jumping-off point for a purse. Oh…

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Cuddly Robot Crochet Pattern

I love this

Squirrel Picnic

Introducing the newest resident of Squirrel Picnic… MEAP! This cuddly little robot made his debut in the Squirrel Picnic comic last weekend. Now I’m providing the pattern so you can make a robot too. And you may not know it yet, but you need a robot. Your cuddly robot can help you in many ways. He’s great for dusting the house and mopping up spills. Glue on a magnet and he can mind your small tools, metal parts, and trinkets. He can even cheer you up when you are sad or just look cute on your desktop.

Crochet MEAP the Robot Pattern

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