Add Some Crochet Love With Embellishments

Free Crochet Embellishments

I wanted to bring a post together of all my l favorite Stitch11 embellishment crochet patterns. These free crochet patterns spark the creativity in me each and every time I look them over.

With the Sweetheart Love Flower, I would love to figure out a good way to put them together to make large crochet projects. I am very proud of this design!
The Water Lily would be great for frog, water, mermaid, nature, and many other themes.. Once I crocheted them… the ideas starting coming through quickly.
My Daisy- The name says it all. I love my daisy :) It is the quickest ‘go to’ flower pattern I have.
Dahlia‘s may actually be my favorite flower. I love the color varieties and the size of the blooms. I like to have many of them growing around my house so I can always have plenty to to cut for inside my home or to hand out to all my nieces.
Boutique Bow was inspired by Minnie Mouse… but many other cartoon characters wear identical bows to this one! I had been wanting to create the perfect bow for a long time… but was waiting for the details to work themselves out in my head…. I was so thrilled when I realized how easy they actually would be to crochet.

I would love to see your versions of these patterns. You can share your photos and questions with me any time on my Stitch11 Facebook page. :D

Crochet Water Lily Flower

Crochet Water Lily Flower

I was in the mood to make flowers- only I didn’t want to make just any flower. I wanted to crochet a flower that I have never seen crocheted before.
The Water Lily looks a lot like the Water Lotus, but when you really research you will see the difference between the two easily.  I decided on designing a Water Lily because the lilies grow in a variety of colors… allowing my color options to be endless.
Test out my free pattern and let me know what you think!

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11 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Me

A couple of my crochet blogging friends recently shared 10 things about themselves that most of us would have never known or guessed about them. I found it so nice and interesting to get to know them more on a personal level. We all know each others favorite yarn choices, colors, and projects… but rarely get an inside look on who they really are.
My inspiration for this post were Lorene from Cre8tion Crochet with 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Me and  Sedie of Yarn Obsession with 10 Random Things About Me. Also check out 10 Random Things About Kim Guzman and 10 Random Things about Rebeckah’s Treasures.

Now, lets see if I can do this!

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11
11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11
11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11
11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

11 Things You Probably Dont Know About Stitch11

There ya have it, 11 things you probably didn’t know about me. To learn more about me, check out God’s Timing and Passion To Stay Home.

 

 

Weight Set for Toddlers

Free Toy Weight Set Crochet Pattern

If you have ever had children, you will understand why I crocheted this weight set. Every-single-time I try to work out, my toddler wants to climb over, under and around me. She does her best to trip me… even if it means using her head.
Recently, she discovered my small weights. I told her she isn’t allowed to use them because I was scared she would drop them on my toe. Yes, I said MY toe. Chances are- I would get hurt waaaaay before she actually would.
So here we have it, a free crochet pattern for weights. Now maybe she will be occupied long enough to let me work out for more than 5 minutes at a time. I can dream right? ;)
Here is a photo of her demonstrating how to use the weights for the most outcome. I sure wish I had her energy!

How to use a crochet weight set.
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Baby Bunny – Free Crochet Pattern – Review

Baby Bunny - Free Crochet Pattern - Review

The Baby Bunny Amigurumi Pattern designed by Simply Collectable Crochet is a quick and simple way to fill up those baskets! Each one can be worked up in about an hour – making this the ideal pattern when you have multiple children in the family.
The body of the adorable bunny reminds me of an egg! One of my favorite things about this pattern is that it’s written in a way that you could use any weight of yarn with the appropriate size hook! I thought about making key chains and using crochet thread or even Bernat Baby Blanket yarn and making a snuggle buddy.
Hop on over to Simply Collectable Crochet and save this pattern right away!
Also make sure you check out the designers Facebook page and share the crochet love!