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The Ultimate Sewing Room contest entry

Flower Power English Tea Rose Brooch

This sweet rose pin is the perfect accessory to jazz up your wardrobe! I used a variegated yarn in pink, cream and taupe for the rose and the leaves are celery green. Its securely attached to a scarf...

Flower Power Pink Sweetheart Brooch

This flower brooch is crocheted from acrylic yarn in shades of pink with celery green leaves. The center is yellow with a brown tuft of fun fur in the middle. The flower is securely sewn to a...

Flower Power Suede and Sand Flower Brooch

I love making flowers!  I love being surrounded by flowers - I love the colors, the scents and the beauty.  It all goes back to when I was a little girl and would go to the local nursery...

Tuscany Market Tote

This tote is crocheted from four different colored acrylic yarns combined together - red, orange, maroon and hot pink. It is very stretchy and will accomodate almost anything you can put into it. I...

Firecracker Bangle Rag Bag Mini Tote

for the Eco- Chic category This bangle rag bag is crocheted from strips of fabric connected end to end.  I hand sewed the interior lining and attached brass rings for the handles.  I also...

I Love Rock 'n Roll Lariat

This piece is in honor of Joan Jett and the Blackhearts who recently performed in my hometown at our Downtown Street Festival.Fun and flirty, this piece will make you feel like a rock star...

recent comments

Re: The Flower Power Challenge

Can we enter more than once?

Re: Firecracker Bangle Rag Bag Mini Tote

Hi everyone! thank you all for your kind comments! Yes, I used a P hook and a half double crochet stitch. It is a little hard on the hands which is why I haven't made too many of these. But they are a lot of fun.

Re: Money-Saving Tip: Don’t Buy Duplicate Hooks

That's a very cool idea! However, I LOVE having more than one hook of the same size. Why? Because I crochet all over the house and I am always leaving hooks everywhere. Not to mention my kids love to play with them. So hooks wind up under the sofa cushions, under the bed, in my kids' toy box. When I want to do a project, I always have spares. Saves me the headache and stress of trying to find the hook that I need right at that time.