Makes a great shower gift.
Designer: Unknown - An old pattern my mother had
Materials: Cotton worsted weight yarn, small amout of ribbon in a matching color, 5.00m crochet hook (am.H/8)
Directions: Chain 28.
Row 1: DC in 3rd chain from hook and in each chain across foundation. (27 dc)Row 2: * Ch 3 (for first dc), turn, dc in each dc* across.
Row 3 - 14: Repeat from * to * and finish off.
Assembly: When both cloths are made and ends tied in, fold each in half and thread ribbon through second last row, pull the ribbon till the cloth looks like the ruffle on bloomers and tie in a bow . This is the first leg. Repeat with second cloth. Next, thread the ribbon through second row from top, starting with the front and going all the way around joining both cloths. (Cloths will join at center front and center back). Gather this ribbon until it is about the right size to be the waist, tie another bow. Lastly, about the 6th row from the top add one more ribbon to make the fly. (The ribbon goes through only 4 sts. first and last on each leg), tie 4th bow here.
Add this poem and you have yourself a great wedding shower gift or a cute kitchen decoration.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Can not believe that a year has passed since I was first talked into entering some of my crafts into our local county fair. Soon it will be that time again so here I go through all the crafts to see which will be good enough to enter into the fair. Last year I had 12 entries so this year I need to enter at least 12 items if not more I keep telling myself. Still unsure of myself when it comes to my crafts..... but by entering in the fair it helps boost my ego a tad when I place and hear the comments of others of the items made.
Some of the items I have ready for the fair is.....
Victorian Crochet Baby Dress
Beaded Purse Necklace
Infant Fleece Blanket with crochet trim
I do have other items I need to finish and hope have the time to start before I have to take my entries in.