Friday’s Feature: Dark Pink Lace Shawl

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Beautiful Dark Pink Crocheted Lace Shawl

This is a light weight shawl made with the Solomon’s Knot stitch. Perfect for that special occasion, and will even dress up your every day.

This shawl is regularly $30.00 but is featured this weekend only for just $25.00!  Click HERE to buy it now on Etsy!  This featured price begins on Friday, March 11, 2016.  

Watch this page every Friday to see our new featured item!

Until next time, stay inspired and be crafy!

Ann’Re learned to knit and crochet as a young child and continues to pass on her love for these traditional and timeless hand crafts.   Born and raised in the Detroit area, she now lives in Amish Indiana with her husband and son.  You can find her work on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AnnReHandmade and you can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram. ❀

Monday Inspirations – Lace Pillow

lace-pillow-crochet-patternHappy Monday! Today’s Monday Inspiration is a free pattern from the website Crochet Kingdom. It is a beautiful lacy crochet pillow and can be used with any color pillow you like to peek through. This pattern is a graph pattern and not a written pattern.  Isn’t it beautiful?

If you know of a crochet project that inspires you, or you have your own crochet project you think may inspire others, leave the link in the comments and yours might be featured on the next Monday Inspirations!

Until next time, stay inspired and be crafy!

Ann’Re learned to knit and crochet as a young child and continues to pass on her love for these traditional and timeless hand crafts.   Born and raised in the Detroit area, she now lives in Amish Indiana with her husband and son.  You can find her work on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AnnReHandmade and you can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram. ❀

What Works Wednesday

Have a little tip or hack that makes your crafting easier?   Share what works for you!

Here is mine:

hooktipI usually have a lot of crochet and other craft projects going at one time so I like to label them with important info like stitches, counts, hooks etc. so that if I set it down for a while, I won’t be lost when I pick it up again. For my knit and crochet projects, I just use masking tape and tape it to the tail.  I can’t tell you how many times I misplaced my crochet hook and couldn’t remember what size it was when I picked up my project again.

That is what works for me, what works for you?  Share a link if you like!