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Crochet Today- March/April 2011

I was excited to see my Raindrops Falling on My Head Hat on the cover of Crochet Today, along with Robyn Chachula’s pretty vest.

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I called the hat “Cabana Hat” as I’m not sure how weatherproof it would actually be, but you get the idea. The colorwork is done with basic embroidery and surface slip stitches.

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I also have a simple embellishment project in this issue, the Butterfly Breakfast Mat. I bought this placemat for $1 or $2 and added the butterflies and simple embroidered loop-d-loops.  The motifs are very quick to make and of course you can put them almost anywhere–t-shirts, tote bags, etc.

This issue has lots to offer for babies and kids, and is on newsstands now–check it out!

  • Julie

    I really like the butterflies. Hey, after all the blizzard like activity here in Oklahoma lately, I am really wishing I could sprout wings and fly on down to Texas and live. Don't know how you made it in Montana. LOL!

  • lindamade

    me neither! Actually, it was sunny even when it was cold. And I left during the winter. Whenever I could. Heh.

  • Fieldwonderful

    congrats on the cover! seems like your projects have been making covers lots lately! :) i love the butterfly motifs. my grandmother is crazy for butterflies, so i'll definitely have to get this magazine and make some for her.

  • lindamade

    Thanks--2 in a row is definitely a record for me! hope your grandma likes the butterflies--I like all of the dainty thread butterfly motifs but wanted to do something much, much simpler (which these are--like, 2 or 3 rows per wing). Instant gratification!

  • I just got my issue in the mail today and those butterflies jumped right out at me - I will *definitely* be working those up soon, and I'll bet they'll be showing up frequently in my yarn bag. So pretty! : )

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