We Don't "Misc." Around

This is for my work that doesn't fit into the categories of doilies, afghans, and dishcloths.  

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This is from a Leisure Arts leaflet called "Cotton Potholders".  Maybe it wasn't the brightest of ideas to photgraph this one on a dark background, but it really turned out cute, and I adore pineapple crochet!

 

This is a coaster and ornament matches the Pink Wind doily from Aly Hymel's site.  

 

I I made this from a pattern that I got from Afghans for Angels.  The sweater is made with Lion Brand "Jamie" yarn.  I think it is quite sweet.

The are my first mittens.  I got the pattern from the Jan, 2003 issue of Crochet! Magazine.  I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease yarn that had a little sparkle.

This is Linda's Snowflake Potholder.  Very easy to do.  I used Sugar and Cream in white and white with Christmas sparkle.  

My husband loved this one so much that I gave it to him!  The pattern for this "Hot Sauce Man" is from Marlo's Crochet Corner. Very easy to make. I used Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in the color "Mexicana". 

This coaster was from a Leisure Arts "Little Book" on thread crochet.  My first thread coaster :-)

This coaster is my first Trish Kristoffersen work ever.  I got the pattern from a Leisure Arts "Little Book".  I love the richness of her designs.  My goal is to do more of her work as I progress as a crocheter.

Here is a set of coasters I made from a free Coats and Clarks project sheet called "Multiple Choice"  I used South Maid thread in variegated pastel colors.

You can never have enough pineapple crochet!  The pattern for these coasters is at Priscilla Crochet.  These are worked with Coats and Clark's Speed Cro-Sheen.

  My, doesn't Blarney the Bear look smart posing with the Shamrock hotpad and  fridgies?  The pattern for the hotpad comes from a Leisure Arts publication, Hot Pads for All Seasons.  The fridgies are from Crochet Memories.

I made these from another free Coats and Clarks project sheet.  I used Caron Christmas Sparkle yarn.  Very easy to do.  Great for a quick holiday gift.

 

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