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. I tried to buy the same hand feeder for a friend but couldn’t find it anywhere so[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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Crochet Mandala Project – FREE pattern

Many of you know that I love to crochet mandalas and that I also love to crochet outdoors. So, here is a project that combines those 2 things 🙂 Introducing the Chunky Outdoor Mandala! I was able to quickly crochet 2 of these mandala projects and have already hung them in my backyard. This mandala project is actually a combination of 2 free mandala patterns I recently completed and I LOVE how it turned out! Would you believe it is[Read more]

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Crochet Garden Mandala

If you’ve visited this blog before, you already know that I love to crochet mandalas. (You can see a bunch of my mandala patterns here) I also love flowers and being outside in a garden. When my daughters were little they loved making Fairy Houses and Fairy Gardens among the blossoms in our garden beds and now my nieces (ages 5 and 2) love to play and create in their Fairy Garden. Have you ever made a Fairy House and/or[Read more]

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