Thursday, June 24, 2010

Flower Fridgies

Today was a crochet day just for me, no worrying about tutorials to be made or patterns that should be saved for future tutorials.  Only problem is that I couldn't settle on anything... or I didn't have the right types of yarn.  I did whip up a few Flower Fridgies.  Happy Yarnin'


The Redhead Riter said...


twelvedaysold said...

I don't crochet, but I think I will have my sister show me how to make these!

the jilted ballerina said...

@Red Thanks so much for all your support!

@12daysold I told ya I get you crocheting! These are so easy and a really really good beginner project. I am going to go and make a tutorial right now just for you. :-)

the jilted ballerina said...

Oh my look at the crumbs on my counter O_O I'm so embarrassed.

Unknown said...

Hi! I'm following you on your blog, twitter and FB from Boutique on Feet (Follow me Fridays). Love your blog! I'd love to have you follow me when you have a spare moment or two at: http;//www.familyliteracyandyou.blogspot.com

I'll be back to check out the grocery bag purse and the little flower fridgies. Ummm, and maybe the Japanese bowl tutorial. Thanks for taking the time to do the tutorials!

Tina "The Book Lady"

annielizabeth said...

Hi Tracey, Thanks for the picture! Yay, your comments are working fine now!

Melissa said...

I LOVE these flowers! So glad I found your blog and this post! I was looking for something like this to add to some blankets I've crocheted. My mother got me started on crocheting a few years ago. We belong to a club that makes "lap robes" to donate to nursing homes at Christmas. So thanks for giving me something to beautify the blankets! :)

the jilted ballerina said...

@Annie- I knew you'd like that little touch.

@Melissa- So glad you found me too. I've got some clever ideas of up sleeves for these super easy and very addictive flowers. Please do tell us crocheters about the charity/club you mentioned. Sounds lovely :-)

alicia said...

You have some mad skills!!

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