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Facebook Caption Contest Winners

August 20, 20140 Comments

    If you follow us on Facebook, you probably know about our weekly caption contests. If you don’t follow us on Facebook, then you are missing out on cute pictures, new patterns, and most important, notice of all our great sales! Here are a few of the caption contest winners from this summer – […]

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Five Free Flower Crochet Patterns

August 20, 20140 Comments

      This week, we are pleased to offer five free flower patterns. Follow the links below to see the pattern for each project, along with the suggested materials and a video tutorial. Most of these projects can be worked with any weight of yarn. Finer yarns will produce a smaller flower, and bulkier yarns will […]

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Chrysanthemum – Free Crochet Pattern

August 20, 20140 Comments

  Did you know Chrysanthemums are used in some insect repellents? A few bushes strategically placed around your garden or backyard may help control pests!     Chrysanthemums are another beautiful flower that come in almost any color! Get creative with your color choices – and don’t forget that this Chrysanthemum Pattern calls for a […]

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Gerbera Daisy – Free Crochet Pattern

August 20, 20140 Comments

  Gerbera Daisies are the fun little flower we know and love in so many more colors! You’ll mostly see reds, pink, oranges, and yellows naturally, but this flower looks great in any color!     Our Gerbera Daisy Pattern mimics the real thing with a different colored center. Use photos of real Gerbera Daisies for […]

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Orange & Yellow Daffodil – Free Crochet Pattern

August 20, 20140 Comments

  Did you know daffodils come in a variety of colors, not just plain yellow? They can range from white to yellow to orange with multiple combinations of colors.     This daffodil pattern adds a pop of orange around the rim of the center cup. You could also use the same pattern without changing […]

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Daffodil – Free Crochet Pattern

August 20, 20140 Comments

  Daffodils have always been my personal signal for the beginning of spring. They tend to come a little early here in North Carolina and sometimes get a little frost nipped before they bloom, but I usually call that “close enough” and get out my flip flops!     This Daffodil pattern uses only one […]

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