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March 29, 2013


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Brenda Brown

I love your blanket pattern it's gorgeous 😻😻😻. Where can I get a printed copy of the pattern?


I only took up crochet last year and I thought this would be too big a challenge but actually the photo tutorials were really easy to follow. It took me quite a while and I did a simplified version with fewer flowers but I am super proud of myself. Thank you so much!

maria luisa luque vazquez de parga

have a wonderful day.
I wanted to know if there is a kit for Easter Wreath :: Ta dah!!!


I love following your crochet blog! You are so inspiring!!!

Josephine Thornton

I love the wreath and would like to make a necklace with crochet flowers. Probably with natural colours. Must get over socks. Well on with third pair which will almost match!
We have Yorkshire cousins in Knaresborough and round about.

Marie Martin

Hi, just started your Easter wreath but cannot find instructions what to do with both sides ones they meet when sewing the sides together around the wreath, thanks

Yvonne Dudfield

That is so lively. I would like to make one.


Ah, a real "happy maker, thanks for showing.


You are an inspiration xxxxx


Your wreaths are so beautiful!! I found myself smiling all the time I was reading your blog!! I really love the brightness....cheerfulness of your room. That's something I am trying to do...so people and family can come in and feel good...
Nice to meet you !! My name is Jodie and I am from Ontario...Canada. Take care..... 👋 🌼

Sue Jones

Absolutely stunning! Love reading your blog about all the stages in the creative process. Also - I love your flower pin cushion and the gorgeous patterned rick-rack (is that how you spell it?!) braid I spotted in one of the photos.
Happy Easter - enjoy the beautiful fruits of your labours!

Kat Mac

Beautiful wreaths and thanks for the look into you process. . Very pretty


Thank you for posting the free wreath pattern! It is fabulous:) I have included it on my blog Karla's Making It (linking to your pattern, of course)! You can view it here http://www.karlasmakingit.com/free-crochet-patterns/free-crochet-wreath-patterns/


Really inspirational!


You are so talented. Thank you for sharing so I can try to do as beautiful a job as you.


Absolutely gorgeous. Love the combination of colours and all the super embellishments, including the cute little bird :)


Totally stunning, I wouldn't have the patience at all !!


Absolutely wonderful. You are an inspiration. I want to make one for each season. Do you have a pompon tutorial? I can never get them right.

Wendy Hewings

So bright and cheery love it


How totally beautyfull and creative your wreaths are, Iam impressed :) . So impressed that I'am going to have go and make a Easter wreath.

Sue Ames

Love this and plan on making one for my mother's room at the nursing home. It's cheery!!!!!

Mary Kersey

Where do you get the wreath template from? I want to have a go for Easter?


This one is amazingly beautiful too! Wow, you are really amazing!


Thanks for the inspiration and flower patterns. I made a wreath with flowers, hearts, and picot edge ribbon.



This is really beautifull! Well done!

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