Divine Debris is this month featured designer. For the month of August, I will be sharing many patterns from Divine Debris. Follow us this month to see some of Amber’s designs.
So, who is Divine Debris? Her name is Amber Millard. “I’m a 30 something designer living in North Carolina, for now at least, with my Marine husband. I love coffee, comic books, reading, watching movies with awesome female protagonists, and Bob’s Burgers.”
Monday's Crochet Smorgasbord, Uncategorized
Monday’s Find this week is this super cute Bouncy Bubbly Tote from Crochet N’ Crafts. This is perfect for the everyday tote. With its close spacing, you can carry almost anything without losing it through a gap. Use this as a market bag, beach bag, kids carry-all. I am sure you could find many uses for it. Be sure to that Crochet N’ Crafts
Today on Monday’s Find is the beautiful Tulips Chevron Baby Dress from Kim Guzman. I am in amazement of Kim’s patterns. Unique and beautifully written. If you haven’t done one, try this one. It’s a free crochet pattern and who doesn’t love FREE?
I love making baby dresses and really want to expand into women’s clothing. My heart will always belong to children tho. I have to make this little dress for my niece. She would look beautiful in this. Below you will find some info on the project and for further reading click on the image below.
I love this beautiful shawl…Lady Mary’s Triangle Shawl from Posh Pooch Designs. I really enjoy looking around and finding these beautiful finds for you every Monday. I am still working on getting on track again after the last illness I had. Enjoy making this beauty!!
Today’s Monday’s Find I bring to you this beautiful Bead and Lace Cocoon Shrug fromCrochet N’ Crafts. This is a great pattern and comes in many sizes from XS to XL. In a simple multiple of two, this shrug can be crocheted to any width that you want. Simply measure from elbow to elbow and chain accordingly. Then repeat the pattern rows until you have reached a desired height. Increasing the length will also increase the coverage at the front.