Thursday, November 04, 2010

my crocheted sea stone





Yesterday's project ~ finished right after
dinner ~ was Margaret Oomen's Little Urchin
Crochet-Covered Sea Stone.
Finding a smooth round sea stone was
not hard as we have collected many over
the years' walks along the lake.
Covering it with lacy crochet was fun & fast...
fit in between the day's
chores, a few minutes here & there.
It was a bit fiddly getting started,
as my hands are not so graceful with small
work.  Once I got going, it all went smoothly.
Many thanks to Margaret
for sharing her pattern.

~Deb

13 comments:

  1. Very simple and elegant. Love it!

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  2. I was wondering what you were going to do. Lovely.......love all the heart rocks.

    Blessings, Linda

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  3. I just love that. So simple, so pretty. Nice job!

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  4. Looks like my kind of decor. Love the heart stones, too.

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  5. it is beautifully made and it looks so lovely amongst the heart stones

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  6. This looks so sweet and surprising, sitting in amongst the other rocks!

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  7. Thanks for the inspiration! Gonna get started...

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  8. Cute it reminds me of a sand dollar!

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  9. This is so sweet! What a great simple project!

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  10. I have had that pattern bookmarked since summer. I even collected some stones from our cottage on the coast of Maine this summer. Years ago we used to find sea urchins on our shore but not anymore so it will be a little remonder of what was-if I ever get around to crocheting them!

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  11. Deb this is lovely, we too have many heart shaped stones from the seashore, so I will try this soon. Sweater looks great on you.

    Claire

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  12. lovely, and it goes so well with the heart stones!

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  13. Where, oh where, did you find so many heart shaped rocks? They're absolutely wonderful! I look and I look and never find ANY! What a lucky gal!

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