“Making it thru Monday” Review #42

Plain Making it thru MondayWhat incredible projects are you working on or have finished this week?  We would love to see them!  Email your photo at elkstudiocrochet@gmail.com and be sure to tell a little about the project and provide links to the patterns and your blog, Facebook page, etc. You can also upload the pictures directly to my ELK Studio Facebook page. It’s a chance for you to show everyone your wonderful talent!

Our top viewed submission is by Jennifer from Stew-art creations. She made this sweet little dress for her God-granddaughter as an Easter dress. It’s the perfect color and the ribbons around them are a nice finish. The hat pattern is Jennifer’s own design. Thank you so much for sharing your talents Jennifer.  You always choose the best colors!  Here’s the link to the dress on Ravelry.
Stew-Art CreationsThe next submission comes from Carolyn of The Purple Poncho.  Who doesn’t need a basket for their yarn?  She made this beautiful basket with jute which is sure to stay strong and sturdy.  I do love the flowers added as decoration too!  Thank you for sharing Carolyn!

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Have a great day and be blessed!

Kathy

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“Making it thru Monday” Review #41

Plain Making it thru MondayWhat incredible projects are you working on or have finished this week?  We would love to see them!  Email your photo at elkstudiocrochet@gmail.com and be sure to tell a little about the project and provide links to the patterns and your blog, Facebook page, etc. You can also upload the pictures directly to my ELK Studio Facebook page. It’s a chance for you to show everyone your wonderful talent!

Our top viewed submission is from Buy Hook or By Crook.  The cowl and headband are absolutely beautiful.  The cowl looks super soft and sure to keep you warm.  The colors are probably some of my favorite too!  Thank you so much for sharing your talents with everyone!

Buy Hook or By Crook Headband and Cowl

Our next top viewed submission comes from Debbie.  She’s been sharing on “Making it thru Monday” for a long time and always has the best afghans EVER and this one is probably my favorite.  The color scheme is spectacular and would be perfect for a log cabin!  You can see all Debbie’s work in her Etsy shop.

Debbie, "Making it thru Monday" submissionNow go grab your “I’ve Been Featured” button for your blog!

Have a great day and be blessed!

Kathy

“Making it thru Monday” Review #40

Plain Making it thru MondayWhat incredible projects are you working on or have finished this week?  We would love to see them!  Email your photo at elkstudiocrochet@gmail.com and be sure to tell a little about the project and provide links to the patterns and your blog, Facebook page, etc. You can also upload the pictures directly to my ELK Studio Facebook page. It’s a chance for you to show everyone your wonderful talent!

The top viewed project from last week comes Arlette of Tying Knots.  She does some of the most beautiful thread work I’ve ever seen.  Her doilies are always elegant and beautifully made.  Her latest project is just in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day!  Have you ever seen anything as lovely?  Thank you for sharing your talents with us Arlette!

026Our next project comes from Ananicole and her beautiful crocheted tank top.  She designed the pattern herself.  Her daughter is so lucky because she seems to receive all these wonderful projects her mom makes!  I love the color and stitching of your garment Ananicole.  You are so talented, and I appreciate you sharing your work with all of us!

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Have a great day and be blessed!

Kathy

“Making it thru Monday” Review #39

Plain Making it thru MondayWhat incredible projects are you working on or have finished this week?  We would love to see them!  Email your photo at elkstudiocrochet@gmail.com and be sure to tell a little about the project and provide links to the patterns and your blog, Facebook page, etc. You can also upload the pictures directly to my ELK Studio Facebook page. It’s a chance for you to show everyone your wonderful talent!

There was a tie for the top viewed submissions from last week.  Our first project shown is by Jennifer from Stew-Art Creations.  I’m in awe of this spectacular blanket!  The amount of time it takes to create a project of this size is honorable and deserves the utmost respect.  The afghan measures 60″ x 86″ and fits a twin size bed.  Jennifer used chunky yarn too, so you know it’s super squishy and warm.  Thanks for sharing your project Jennifer!

Stew-Art CreationsOur next project comes from Crochet Cuties by Elizabeth.  I love every time Elizabeth posts a project because most of them have Ally, her daughter, as the model.  Ally has such a beautiful smile, and I love her hair!  The stitching for the scarf is the crocodile stitch and the colors in the yarn are simply amazing!  Great job Elizabeth and thanks for sharing!

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Have a great day and be blessed!

Kathy

“Making it thru Monday” Review #38

Plain Making it thru MondayWhat incredible projects are you working on or have finished this week?  We would love to see them!  Email your photo at elkstudiocrochet@gmail.com and be sure to tell a little about the project and provide links to the patterns and your blog, Facebook page, etc. You can also upload the pictures directly to my ELK Studio Facebook page. It’s a chance for you to show everyone your wonderful talent!

The top viewed project from last week comes for a good friend of mine, Maria.  She’s extremely talented, and I had the pleasure of actually testing this fantastic hat!  It works up really quick using some standard stitching, but the combination gives that great textured look.  Here’s the link to Pattern Paradise and the free pattern.  Be sure to check out some of her other works too while over your visiting!

Northern StripesOur next project comes from Kristen of “kreative studios”.  She joined a crochet-a-long from Design Wars and made the beautifully colored cowl you see in the picture.  What do you do with left over yarn?  You make boot cuffs and a head band……of course!!!!

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Have a great day and be blessed!

Kathy