Crochet Shamrock Decoration

Over 10 years ago I submitted my first group of ideas to a publisher and a version of this shamrock was one of those ideas. A different idea was accepted and became my first published design, the Celtic Knot Scarf , and this shamrock went into ‘hibernation’. 🙂 Well, I recently found my notes for the shamrock and worked up an updated version – I LOVE how it turned out and quickly cranked out about 10! And that’s when I[Read more]

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Celtic Heart Valentine Projects

Over the years I have designed several crochet projects using the heart shape. Hearts are very easy to crochet and fun to incorporate in all sorts of projects. The heart is a wonderful and universal symbol of love all over the world. You probably use it all throughout the year but just before February 14th it can be seen in great numbers across many stores, on social media and in all sorts of correspondence. So, here are some Celtic heart[Read more]

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5 Quick & Pretty Crochet Christmas Projects

As you may know I love to design and crochet quick and pretty projects! Many of my days are very full with homeschooling and teaching and the little fast projects fit my lifestyle very well. This blog is full of quick and pretty projects. As I was looking over the “Free Patterns” page, I realized that several of the designs could work as Christmas-themed projects with just a few small changes or adjustments. So, here are 5 FREE patterns (originally[Read more]

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Crochet Christmas Earrings

Christmas will be here before you know it so I have a quick Christmas crochet project for you – Holly Earrings! I have always loved the shape and look of holly leaves – we have a few bushes in our yard and they always look great. Deep green waxy and pointy leaves with bright red berries – the birds love them, too. 🙂 Of course, the holly and its berries are part of Christmas decorations everywhere and now you can[Read more]

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Easy Mask Necklace

A few weeks ago one of my friends posted a photo of her son ready for his first day of school and something he was wearing caught my eye. His required fabric mask was hanging from some kind of string around his neck. My friend said she bought a mask lanyard on Amazon to help her son not lose it (and to prevent it from falling on the floor) – clever! A few days later I started teaching Russian and[Read more]

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