Friday, 5 July 2013

crochet revival




Granny chic is back. Another craft from the 60's and 70's is having a huge revival. My mum taught my sisters and I to crochet and knit when we were young. I could manage a crochet square.. I remember my older sister making a large rug of squares with black borders.
I'm feeling inspired by these creative ideas in white, natural and some of the more colourful designs I'm seeing around.  












Happy weekend!


via
1. vintagerosebrocante.com 
2. yvestown.blogspot.com 
3. www.etsy.com/shop/awkward 
4. ladiesandgentlemenstudio.com
5. www.etsy.com/shop/byCamilleDesigns 
6. hookandlinenragrugs.wordpress.com
7. www.etsy.com/shop/RainingGrey    
8. www.etsy.com/shop/RainingGrey




14 comments:

  1. Just beautiful... lovely jelly fish. Have a great weekend! ~ Vanessa

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  2. Gorgeous images. I've always loved crochet. I just need to learn how to do it! Kate x

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  3. Cute jellyfish! Have a great weekend Cheryl x

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  4. OOh thank you for including me on your beautiful blog with all these other wonderful talented pepole and their super creations. <3 Julianne aka Hookandlinen

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  5. Just found you via my lovely pal from rugrat floormats. Love you blog. The images are gorgeous.

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  6. The jelly fish is so fun. I don't know how to crochet, but my mom does, maybe it's time she teaches me.

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  7. A great collection the jellyfish has to be my favourite too!
    Sarah x

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  8. I barely learned to do this as a child. I would love to know how now.
    I like what you did with the glass ball.

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  9. I so love this!! After being a nurse for so many years.. I have seen (most especially night and ICU nurses) crocheting all the time.. I never learned... now I must!

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  10. Thanks for all of the links! I am crocheting some after years of not doing any. It's fun and I love the results! Sweet hugs!

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  11. The jellyfish is my favorite, too! WOW!

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  12. All great ideas. I used to know how to crochet but wouldn't know where to start now.

    Carolyn

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