These are so cute! I saw a crocheted purse today - kind of like the ones Inklings has. One of them was a white purse and it had crocheted flowers on it, but I didn't want a white purse. See, I should have bought it and then crocheted these flowers to put on it!
PS. Do you think they crocheted those flowers in the 2nd picture with embroidery thread?
These really are cute, and I think you could do hair ornaments for little girls with them, too.
Nene I kind of think they used baby blanket yarn. Although the white ones look more like the string to me. I'm trying to learn, so I just grabbed some pictures of things I liked. :) I watched a tutorial online, but I would need the written directions to remember. But first I need to finish my pillow cases. :)
I sold Anchor brand embroidery, crochet/tatting and knitting cotton threads for 23 years. Coats and Clarks of USA out of Atlanta used to market these threads all over the USA and perhaps they are still available in kit form in specialized shops. To learn the technique is not difficult but to be creative is best done under the guidance of expert teachers.
Hi D,So so cute! And by the way, I loved the bee jewellery too (previous post)!I admire people who are crafty enough to do this kind of things: God bless!Cheers
I know nothing of what I see other than the beauty and can imagine that it must be quite enjoyable.
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