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5 Amazing Ideas to Decorate Your Home with Crochet

Do you love crocheting? Is yes then have a look at these ideas and use your creative skills to decorate your home with crochet:
1. Adorn Your Kitchen Window with a Flower Crochet Valance  Image via:  once upon a pink moon 
2. Decorate with Crochet Pillows and Cushions
 Image via:  tutsplus  ,  rosehip 
 Image via:  anazard  ,  tutsplus 
3. Beautify Your Baby’s Nursery with Crochet Lampshades Image via:  curiosites en tissu 
4. Make a Colorful Crochet Rug for Your Living Room Image via:  flickr 
5. Add a Classy Feel to Your Bedroom with Crochet Bedding Image via:  touch of class

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New Post has been published on http://www.amazinginteriordesign.com/5-amazing-ideas-decorate-home-crochet/

5 Amazing Ideas to Decorate Your Home with Crochet

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Do you love crocheting? Is yes then have a look at these ideas and use your creative skills to decorate your home with crochet:

1. Adorn Your Kitchen Window with a Flower Crochet Valance
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Image via: once upon a pink moon

2. Decorate with Crochet Pillows and Cushions

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Image via: tutsplus , rosehip

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Image via: anazard , tutsplus

3. Beautify Your Baby’s Nursery with Crochet Lampshades
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Image via: curiosites en tissu

4. Make a Colorful Crochet Rug for Your Living Room
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Image via: flickr

5. Add a Classy Feel to Your Bedroom with Crochet Bedding
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Image via: touch of class

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Make Your Kids Happy with These Cute Crochet Owls 

Image via: bunny mummy 
Are you thinking to surprise your kids with some cute crafts? Then how about making these cute crochet owls for them?

Image via:  dada’s place ,  bunny mummy ,  useful diy
To make these owls you have to follow the steps shown above where you have to first make a circular body of the owl with a starburst pattern in the centre. Then extend this circle and make the head of the owl. Crochet two such sides and sew them together with a bit of filling in between. Make discs of crochet and sew them to the owl’s head to become the eyes. Add a seed bead to each eye. Make the beak and ears of the owl and voila!

Image via: dada’s place 
You can find the detailed instructions to these owls at  bunny mummy.  Happy crafting!

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New Post has been published on http://www.amazinginteriordesign.com/make-kids-happy-cute-crochet-owls/

Make Your Kids Happy with These Cute Crochet Owls

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Image via: bunny mummy

Are you thinking to surprise your kids with some cute crafts? Then how about making these cute crochet owls for them?

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To make these owls you have to follow the steps shown above where you have to first make a circular body of the owl with a starburst pattern in the centre. Then extend this circle and make the head of the owl. Crochet two such sides and sew them together with a bit of filling in between. Make discs of crochet and sew them to the owl’s head to become the eyes. Add a seed bead to each eye. Make the beak and ears of the owl and voila!

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Image via: dada’s place

You can find the detailed instructions to these owls at bunny mummy. Happy crafting!

podkins:

If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, now is your chance!!  Crafty Minx has a whole BUNCH of awesome crochet lessons (with videos) via the link.  

podkins:

If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, now is your chance!!  Crafty Minx has a whole BUNCH of awesome crochet lessons (with videos) via the link.  

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Learn to Crochet!
Crochet Gif Tutorials: Crocodile Stitch

A tutorial in 7 parts:
Part 1 - First Foundation Row
Part 2 - Row 1, First Scale
Part 3 - Row 1, Middle Scales
Part 4 - Row 1, Last Scale
Part 5 - Second Foundation Row
Part 6 - Row 2
Part 7 - Third Foundation Row

This tutorial shows my technique for making the crocodile stitch. I’ve looked at various other tutorials in the past and they all seem to have slightly different methods, but this is what I came up with as the way that works for me. I hope that it will help you too - but as always, play around and see what you like best!

So far, this tutorial only covers making the crocodile stitch in rows - so for things like scarves or anything rectangular. At some point in the future I hope to cover the adaptions you need to make to work this in the round.

Happy hooking! XX