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Crochet Creations, Featuring: YOU!

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There is nothing better than that feeling of accomplishment you get when you finish a particularly tricky project. Being able to look at something and say, “Wow! I made that!” is such an amazing thing, isn’t it? That’s why I love seeing our dear readers’ incredible projects—you are such an innovative and creative bunch that some of the photos that I receive just blow me away! Alongside our fabulous internet community that shares its project photos via our Facebook and Instagram, we have an incredible and close-knit (ha!) group of friends that get together on Fridays at our Baltimore store for Happy Hour and, of course, some seriously intense crochet sessions. Pretty awesome that these people can still crochet like pros after a few glasses of wine…

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I’ve grabbed just a few of my personal favorites to feature this week, but I’m hoping that this will encourage you to submit your own photos to be featured on our social media and the blog! I’d love to hear from you via our social media pages, or you can get in touch with me at marketing@bonitayarns.com. I’m really excited to hear from you.

Without further ado, on to the pictures!

Kelly Berends is a fixture around the Baltimore store and always has some amazing creations to share with our Facebook community! I’m particularly in love with this precious little cardigan made with our very own Dream Baby yarn in Summer Flower.

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I’m clearly ready for sweater weather because all of my picks for this week are cute little baby sweaters! These are from Aquilla Boland, who comes to us from Facebook with two gorgeous Dream Baby creations. The top photo is made with Wine Degrade and the bottom with Forest Degrade! I love the matching buttons.

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And last but not least for this week, Katy submitted this gorgeous pair of Adult Crocodile Boots that her mother Holly made using Dream Baby yarn in Electric Yellow. So cozy and cheerful!

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Don’t forget to submit your own fabulous fiber art to be featured on our social media pages and on this blog!


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  • I just finished this! It was pretty much impossible to photograph though. :)

    https://tangerinewallpaper.wordpress.com/2015/09/28/homemade-mermaid-baby-costume/

    Cheyanne on

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