Crochet Photo Roundup #5

By Rachel Choi – 11 Comments

Time to show off some awesome photos! Thank you to all the readers who’ve sent in photos of their crochet work. It’s always fun to see what everyone crocheted! Have a blast browsing the photos and don’t forget to leave a comment at the end of the post to share your likes. If you’d like to be included in a future roundup feel free to submit your crochet pictures.

Nancy crocheted a Basic Baby Cocoon for this cutie. Charlotte made a queen size granny square blanket. Edwin creates a blanket with the Mitered Square Tawashi.
Di uses the envelop pattern to create a clutch with plarn. Di crocheted a larger version of the Crazy Ruffle Ring. Julia crocheted the Simple Cell Phone Case.
Julia made the Perfect Fit Hobo Bag with a neat button. Katheryn uses the Teddy Bear Coaster Crochet Pattern. MGH did the Vortex Tawashi and the Square Tawashi.
MGH crocheted the Lacey Headband in red. Rose makes a nice Broomstick Lace Wrap. Click here for info on how to submit your crochet photos.

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  1. Sarah Dee says:

    I love the baby cocoon and the hobo bag!

  2. Marina says:

    Grat job everyone! The baby is super cute 🙂 And that headband inspired me to make one for myself.

  3. Angie says:

    I love Edwin and Charlotte blankets! Great job! They must have taken quite a bit of time.

  4. All are very nice, especially hobo bag, queen size blanket, baby cocoon, lacy headband and broomstick lace wrap!

  5. Olivia says:

    I love the headband. Now I want to make one for myself. The blankets are great, and they reminded me I have to work on the blanket for my friend.

  6. jamie says:

    A *queen-sized* granny square blanket … Charlotte, my hat’s off to you!

  7. Varsha suraiya says:

    Superb collection and some patterns so inspiring.I crochet every day and love to create new crochet spot!

  8. Debra says:

    In 2009 I wanted to make a baby coocon for my first grand son . I looked and looked could not find a pattern now they are every luck ha.Love the hobobag

  9. Charlotte jEnglish says:

    Many thanks for praise. Yes it took 2 months non stop to get it done. The last 2 double crochet rounds took a skien of yarn itself. Then the edging took another skien. It was a gift for my cousin this Christmas. It looks like to weigh a lot but really not that heavy, has a spongie feel to it. lol.

  10. Edwin says:

    Hi Angie,
    Thank you for your comment. The baby blanket did not take too much time. I think it too me about two weeks. I did block the blanket and it looks great. I’m entering it in the County Fair this weekend.


  11. Heather says:

    I was wondering how much yarn you used for the queen sized blanket? I am trying to make one in chunky yarn for myself but can not figure out how much yarn to buy.

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