Crochet Lacy Blooms Baby Blanket

A couple weeks ago, my mother asked if I had any pink crochet baby blankets already made. Her friend/former coworker is pregnant with her first child, and she wanted to give her a crochet baby blanket as a baby shower gift. I didn't have one already made, so I whipped one up really quick! I have so many crochet pattern books, so I looked through one of my favorites and found a pattern for a lovely baby blanket that would be perfect for a summer baby.
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  • Crochet TMNT Inspired Baby Set

    Not too long ago, I crocheted a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle inspired baby set for a friend, and my friend sent me this picture of her adorable baby boy wearing the set during his one month old photo shoot. 

    My friend requested a Michelangelo (inspired) baby set for her baby boy. I had to consult with Google to find out what color that turtle wears...
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  • Celebrating Spring Link Party Features!

    Hello! I hope you had a wonderful Easter and are enjoying Spring. Thank you to everyone who participated in the Celebrating Spring Link Party! Now that the party is over, it's time to check out some amazing features! Be sure to stop by the other party cohosts blogs to see their features as well!


    by Faeries & Fauna

    by Sadie Seasongoods

    by Lalka Crochetka

    by Sum of Their Stories

    by An Extraordinary Day

    by Sadie Seasongoods


    Thanks again to everyone who participated in the link party! I hope you found lots of inspirational crafting ideas. There's still time to get some Spring crafting done, and you can always Pin the Easter crafts for next year! Happy Crafting & Happy Spring!!

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  • Pink Easter Bunny Hat


    Happy Easter! I recently crocheted this Top This! Bunny Hat for my daughter, and she loves it! It's still a little chilly here, so the weather is still cool enough for hats and scarves.  This hat was really fun and quick to crochet. The Top This! hats come with both knit and crochet patterns. I really love this yarn. It's so soft, and I love the different textures and color changes.So fun!
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  • Crochet Carrot Cupcake Scarf

    What's the best thing to do with carrots? Make carrot cake/cupcakes! The carrot is one of my favorite veggies. I love snacking on raw baby carrots. I enjoy making (and eating) sweet baby carrots as a side dish. I love carrots in my salad. I also love carrot juice! I just love carrots!
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  • Stella & Dot's Independent Stylist Program

    **I was compensated for this post and this post contains affiliate links, and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

    Good news! Stella & Dot has launched a new Stylist sign-up special! New stylist who join now through April 30th, will get up to $650 in FREE accessories, which is $300 more than the standard payout for new Stylist. New stylist who sign up between now and April 30th will automatically receive $450 of free accessories! And new stylist who achieve $1,000 of sales within the first 30 days will receive an additional $200 of free accessories! Isn't that amazing! Sign-up to be a Stella & Dot Stylist Today for this fun, flexible, and rewarding opportunity!!
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  • Easter Bunny Hat Wreath

    I was inspired by Rock-A-Bye Parents' DIY Easter Bunny Wall Hanging and decided to make my own. Earlier this week, my daughter and I went shopping at the Dollar Tree to pick up a few straw hats. My daughter fell in love with a lavender hat I bought, and she's been wearing it around the house and when we go on errands. Everyone says, "She looks ready for Easter!"  I also bought pink, green, and blue hats. For this bunny hanger, I decided to use the pink hat for the face and half of the blue hat as the bunny's hat. I still plan to use the green hat to make another bunny door hanger since this craft project was fun and easy.
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  • Crochet PB&J Scarf

    Since I enjoy making Crochet Buttered Toast Scarves, I decided to make another bread scarf. Instead of the buttery toast, I crocheted a scarf with peanut butter and jelly! Yum! Actually... I am not a fan of PB&J. I prefect my sandwiches with peanut butter only. Weird? I don't totally hate jelly, though. I will eat it on toast or biscuits sometimes.... just never with my peanut butter sandwich! Anyhoo... I made this scarf by following the same pattern for the toast scarf in Twinkie Chan's book Twinkie Chan's Goodies for Fashion Foodies: 20 Yummy Treats to Wear, but instead of making the pats of butter, I made splats of peanut butter and jelly using a pattern I found on Pinterest for Splats.
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