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Crocheting nonstop

I've been quiet here on bloggin' land the past...hmm, I don't remember how long, BUT I have been keeping busy with my facebook page and on pinterest, of course.

Crocheting is my new -almost- daily activity after a long and busy day at home with the children.

  • There are so many different types of yarn available. --- Have you ever looked through all them? different weights, textures, colors, shimmer or plain, baby soft or not, etc. So so many possibilities. 

  • There are so many types of projects to do with yarn! Anywhere from crocheting hats, blankets, home decor, to craft projects with children (more on that last topic coming soon), flowers (check my daisy pattern here)  

  • The ability to sit down in one spot and complete a project in ONE hour! Yes!!!! That's what I've needed. As much as I love to sew, make ruffled pants and skirts for my daughter, I enjoy being able to complete matching hats for both my children in a matter of hours.  I love it.  

Okay, enough rambling about why I love crocheting so much, here are some pictures of what I've made so far.

If there's anything here that you would like and would like me to make for you, visit my fb page, Florabella Boutique and Gifts,  and send me a message there.

Owl Hat

Baby Bear Beanies 

Photography Prop

Flower Headband

Frog Hat

Stocking Cap 

What is your favorite hobby? Or do you go back and forth between sewing, crocheting, paper crafting, quilting?  I just bought a new sewing pattern today, lol, which I got for one of those moments when I just need something 'different' to do.  I will get it done soon, though, as I am needing to clear up my fabric stash.

~Happy Crocheting!

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