Friday, September 7, 2012

Just a little crochet inspiration...

 It's been a few weeks since I've done a work in progress (WIP) post. Like almost any crochet or knitter (or crafter!) out there, I almost always am working on more than one thing at a time. What can I say, I get bored easily! 

Most of the time though, I start something and never finish it! This is why I force myself to take pictures and document what I'm working on. The pictures also serve as inspiration for future progress, and a log of what I've worked on so far!

I thought I might give you all a little inspiration with some pictures of what I've been working on. As always, you can request any of these items for me to make in any color, and I can create a custom listing for you on You can also check out my shop Here to see what else I've got for sale!

My main focus has been preparing for Christmas time and the Fall/Winter season. This means hats, scarves, and cute little gifting ideas! I also started a granny square blanket for my couch. Should be done by the time fall comes around!

One of the first things I made was a clutch like my previous one. Only this time I used cotton yarn and made up my own flower. This is going to be a gift for one of my family members for Christmas!

Next is a granny square I'm working on. I want to make it as big as possible so I'll have a throw for our couch this fall. The colors were the first four I picked out of my stash. I love the cranberry and pumpkin colors!  

I also made another clutch like my previous one. I love this yarn and had a ton of it left, so I figured I'd make another! Just needs some buttons.

Here I have a set of fingerless gloves and a matching scarf ready for gifting! I wonder who will be lucky enough to get it (;

I've been playing around with granny squares a lot this week, and I came up with a scarf idea! Here is 3 squares stitched together and another 3 waiting to be attatched!

And last but not least, a pair of fingerless gloves I've made. I might keep these for myself though, I'm loving the multicolors on this one!

So what have you been working on this week? Leave a comment below!

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