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59 Free Crochet Patterns for Edgings, Trims, and Blanket Borders: Crochet Lace Towel Edging Free Pattern

59 Free Crochet Patterns for Edgings, Trims, and Blanket Borders: Crochet Lace Towel Edging Free Pattern

Красивая прямоугольная салфетка...<3 Deniz <3

Красивая прямоугольная салфетка...<3 Deniz <3

I found this pretty Bathmat in white on Pinterest and I loved it!  However, I could never find a link to a pattern so I kind of made up my own. I'm not an overly experienced Crocheter and am terrible at following patterns, nevermind making them up - so please bear with me. This Bathmat looks a little complicated - especially when it comes to the instructions. But when you get going on it and get the hang of it, it's pretty simple. You can also use all single crochet between rows if you…

I found this pretty Bathmat in white on Pinterest and I loved it! However, I could never find a link to a pattern so I kind of made up my own. I'm not an overly experienced Crocheter and am terrible at following patterns, nevermind making them up - so please bear with me. This Bathmat looks a little complicated - especially when it comes to the instructions. But when you get going on it and get the hang of it, it's pretty simple. You can also use all single crochet between rows if you…

I make these doors from used horse shoes, hand forged hardware, and repurposed items...  5 inches tall and 4 3/4 inches wide.  All your wee folk will

I make these doors from used horse shoes, hand forged hardware, and repurposed items... 5 inches tall and 4 3/4 inches wide. All your wee folk will

Fairy door (from Home & Garden Art in Seattle, WA) with stairs (built and installed by Allan Fritz), photographed by Skyler Walker of Tangly Cottage Gardening. (© 2012)    I thought fairies had wings?  Do they need stairs?

Fairy door (from Home & Garden Art in Seattle, WA) with stairs (built and installed by Allan Fritz), photographed by Skyler Walker of Tangly Cottage Gardening. (© 2012) I thought fairies had wings? Do they need stairs?