Wednesday, 20 June 2012

A Little Touch of Prettiness

Whilst waiting for the evening meal to cook, I felt inspired to crochet up a little bit of prettiness.  I made this cuff that sits nicely around the neck of an old jam jar.


I added a skinny pink ribbon.


Filled it with old buttons.


And stuck some artificial flowers in.


It's sitting on the table in front of me now.  A welcome pretty addition to the room.

5 comments:

  1. That is such a pretty little vase - great idea. Love the idea of buttons in the jar .. at first I thought they were tiny pebbles.

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  2. Hello!

    I'm one of the editors at http://www.allfreechristmascrafts.com/ and I just wanted to remind you that we linked to your project on our site in January 2011. You can see the project and thumbnail at: http://www.allfreechristmascrafts.com/Crochet-Christmas-Wreaths/Small-Crochet-Christmas-Wreath/. I think it's a great project that our readers will just love to make. This will easily bring traffic to your site and allow others to see what's new on your site.

    We would love to add more of your projects to our site, so feel free to let us know as you add or create projects. We are always looking for Christmas projects so if you have any of these please feel free to send them my way or let us know if you prefer we not link to you. We also feature projects from our website on our blogs, eBooks and e-mail newsletters.

    Your project is great and we know our readers will enjoy it. With that said, can we have permission to link to any project on your site as well as use the image? We will credit you, of course.

    Please contact me at jlitz@primecp.com

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Julia,
      Thank you for your message.
      You are quite welcome to make links to my patterns and use the pictures.
      The only thing I ask is that the patterns are not offered for sale and that anything made from the patterns is not sold for profit.

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