Skip To My Lou Crochet Along & Giveaway!

Today I am so excited to be sharing my "Santa Hat" over at Skip To My Lou as part of Cindy's Bake, Craft, Sew and Crochet Along!
Her blog is full of amazing DIY's, simple yet stunning sewing tutorials and not to mention her mouth watering recipes! So please pop on over and say a quick "Hi"!... Trust me, you won't be disappointed!


What You'll Need
8.00mm Crochet Hook
200g Bulky Yarn {12ply} - I used Lincraft Veronica
Scissors
Tapestry/Wool Needle
White Faux Fur {28 inches x 3 inches}
Bell {1.5 inches x 1.5 inches}
Piece of White Ribbon {10 inches in length}

Finished Size
Fits 13 Years & Up

sewing giveaway

Today I’m over at Skip to My Lou as part of the Bake Craft Sew & Crochet Along. I am sharing a wonderful crochet pattern perfect for holiday gift giving. In fact, you won’t want to miss all the handmade gift ideas! I have joined over 100 bloggers to share some amazing homemade gift ideas……..AND I get to be part of an amazing giveaway too. Keep reading… You can enter to win a $300 Michaels gift card. Yes, you can buy yarn until your heart is content! Follow along with us and you can enter to win each day! 

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  Handmade Holiday Ideas

13 comments:

  1. A picture of a dove that my husband painted.

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  2. A hand-painted vase from my daughter.

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  3. shelly easton wormlynn@hotmail.com26 November 2014 at 06:15

    cute santa hat!

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  4. Best gift I received was a scarf made by my oldest daughter the first time she tried to crochet.

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  5. The best homemade gift I received was a cross-stitched stocking my mom made for me... I was about 13 and I've used it every year since! It's one of my most treasured Christmas decorations :)

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  6. My Granmommie made my clothes all through school & afghans when she began crocheting... She was a very crafty woman!!! Definitely influenced me... and my daughters!

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  7. My favorite handmade gift was a beaded bracelet my aunt brought back from Nairobi.

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  8. That’s a cute gift this holiday season. I would love to create small ones for the kids.

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  9. So happy to find beautiful and free crochet patterns that I can use for myself and gifts as well as share with friends!

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  10. The best homemade gift I've ever received was crocheted gauntlets from my sister.

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  11. Thank you for your lovely childrens hat patterns - my 3 grandchildren wear their hats to school with lovely comments and smiles from everyone.

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