Easy Crochet Shawl

Introducing an easy crochet shawl – the Lacy Shells Shawl! This pattern is simple to follow and creates a very pretty stitch pattern with the alternating shells and open spaces. I love to crochet and design shawls because they are a great canvas for showing off crochet stitches and beautiful yarn. Plus, most shawls fit a variety of sizes and look great on a variety of body types! To add to the drape I used a hook that is usually[Read more]

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DIY Handheld Hummingbird Feeder

One of my favorite things to do in the summer in New England is watch hummingbirds. I enjoy seeing their beauty up-close as they drink from our garden and our feeder. Last year we tried out a handheld feeder for the first time and had a great time with it! It was such a treat to have the birds come close to us. ***Check out my tutorial video below that includes footage of the hummingbirds using the feeder!*** I tried[Read more]

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Crochet Projects with Cotton yarn – Sinfonia!

Welcome! Welcome to Celtic Knot Crochet! Are you here for the Annie’s Facebook Live Yarn Giveaway? So glad you popped over for a visit! Enjoy reading my reasons for loving the wonderful Sinfonia yarn by Omega (which you can purchase here) and this list below of my crochet designs that use it – Please leave a comment below (by July 26th) telling us which one is your favorite to enter the giveaway! Thank you to James at Creative Yarn Source[Read more]

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Easy Crochet Dishcloth

One of the quickest and easiest gifts to give anyone are crocheted dishcloths. Everyone can use a couple and they can be handy either in the kitchen or in the bathroom (for washing your face or body – I like to call these “spa cloths”). Since they are crocheted with cotton yarn they are durable, washable and machine dryable (is that a word? 🙂 ). They are practical and low maintenance. Package a few with some special soap and you[Read more]

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Patriotic Crochet Pattern

I’ve always been drawn to anything red, white and blue. It is probably because my birthday is around July 4th and here in the US, we always decorate houses, stores and towns in the patriotic colors. I associate the red, white and blue with wonderful carefree summer memories, birthday celebrations with my family and the freedom and blessings we have in America. I thought it would be fun to create this Patriotic Party Banner using plarn, my 10mm Clover crochet[Read more]

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