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My name is Dedri and I am passionate about (and obsessed with) crochet and crochet pattern designing. I also craft, bake, sew and rant.
If you find something that inspires you, please brighten my day by letting me know.
And if you find an error in one of my patterns, send me a gentle nudge so that I can fix it.
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- Eight Pointed Flower Square Block a Week CAL 2014 23 February 2014
What a pleasure to make!
The pattern is extremely well written and clear. It was easy to follow and the resulting block is gorgeous!
Thank you Julie!
I have made this square as part of the Official CCC Social Group Block a Week CAL 2014. With kind permission from Julie, we have done a photo tutorial for the block.
Using Stylecraft Special DK yarn and a 4 mm hook, my square came out to 8” once all 14 rounds were made.
- Blooming Lace Block A Week CAL 2014 16 February 2014
Another beautiful square by Melinda Miller. I love making her squares. This is the fourth of her squares to be featured in the Official CCC Social Group Block a Week CAL 2014.
Using a 4 mm hook and double knit yarn, my square came out to 9”.
Melinda has kindly given us permission to do a photo-tutorial for the more tricky parts in the pattern.
Thank you so much, Melinda.
- Simple Christmas Tree 16 February 2014
I love love LOVE Pam’s patterns.
This Christmas tree was so quick to make and very straightforward.
I only made 23 rows for each section, because I only wanted a diddy little tree. And diddy it is! At only 8” high, it is perfect for what I need it for.
And that is?
An earring and brooch tree, of course!
Thank you, Pam xxx
- Popcorn Parade Block a Week CAL 2014 16 February 2014
I made this block as part of the Official CCC Social Group Block a Week CAL 2014.
Lovely pattern. Fairly easy too. The only “speciality” stitch is the popcorn stitch.
This block came out so nice. I hardly think it will need any blocking.
Thank you, Melinda!