Saturday, February 5, 2011

Hearts Afire! Feel the Love Blog Hop





Hello!!!  If you've been hopping along Jamie's blog hop, than you should have just come from Elizabeth's blog, Skittles and Scrapbooks.


If you didn't and you want to start all over or have gotten lost along the way, go visit Jamie's blog at Glitter, Stamps, and Paper Oh My! and you can start from the beginning.








I'm not much of a card maker, or a crafter with paper in general.  I am more of a fabric and fiber crafter.  


I crochet and I am learning to quilt.


For this blog hop, I decided to work on a fun little doily that I could hang up in my daughter's room.  I used Coat's and Clark's pattern Hearts Desire and came up with this beauty.


Forgive the ruffle at the bottom, didn't have a chance to block it!


The pattern can actually be made using a variety of crochet yarns or even threads.  Seeing as how I'm not too comfortable just yet using the steel hooks, which are teeny tiny, I settled on using Pisgah's Peaches n' Cream cotton yarn in hot pink and white and an "F" hook.

After the Valentine's season is said and done, I plan on putting this bad boy in a bright frame and hanging it on her wall.

If you want to continue on with the blog hop, your next stop is Jesi over at Jesi's Things.

36 comments:

BunnyFreak said...

Wow. I can't crochet but you did a wonderful job.

Jamie said...

That is adorable Britni! :) Ashlyn will love it!

Thanks for sharing and for joining in my hop
Jamie
glitterstampsandpaperohmy(at)gmail(dot)com

Karelj said...

Love your doily...I crochet, but lately it's been limited to little flowers for scrap projects and cards...you have my juices stirring...Thanks for sharing! ksjennings at gmail dot com and or/ http://karelj.blogspot.com

grannyjuju said...

wow that is so pretty.

Jenn said...

I am so jealous! I have tried to crochet but just can't figure it out. My fingers get tangled!
http://scrap-a-tude.blogspot.com/

Cards-by-Montana-Reflections said...

Wow super nice job! One thing I've never been able to do

TFS
Debi
cards_by_montana_reflections@bresnan.net

Mary S said...

I've always wanted to crochet...I've never mastered it though....

Mary
mkshriver@gmail.com

Casey said...

I've always been scared to crochet a doily, maybe I'll have to try it. It's very cute.

Amanda said...

So pretty, great idea to frame it!

The Scrapoholic said...

Beautiful! TFS!

Kopperhead said...

I admire your crochet skills, all I can make is a granny square. Wish I could do something with the little steel hooks.
kopperhead100.blogspot.com

Debc06 said...

What a great doily, I do crochet and it is a work of art. tfs
Debbie
Http://craftywizard.blogspot.com
debbie_craine at hot mail dot com

QC Kelsey said...

~ Wow! It's so pretty! I don't crochet or knit ... my RA plus I never learned ... I love the hot pink with cream/white trim!! So pretty!

Hip Hop and Awaaaaayyy!

Email: QC Kelsey
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Anna said...

Never could learn to crochet but love crochet items. Great job!!!

Michelle said...

Oh I so wish I knew how to do that. My Grandmom always used to make dollies and afghans and she passed away before she got to teach me so when I see it. It makes me think of her sitting in her chair with her yarn. You did a great job Britt!!!

Thanks my daughters name too.

Michelle
http://peanutbutterandjellydesigns.blogspot.com

Scrappy Jackie said...

Wow! I wish I new how to crochet! You did a great job! pjritsema at gmail dot com

Brenna said...

that is really cute!
tfs
brenna
rbanderson@live.ca

A Scrap Above said...

Well you go girl!! I LOVE this.. I too cant use the steel(or metal) hooks, my granny gave me all of hers before her time was up.. so I hold on to them,but more or less use my H or G hook.. Love the pattern and the colors..
TFS
Bonnie
http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com
ascrapabove(at)aol(dot)com

TuttleTime said...

I also love to crochet...great job! :)

Jane H said...

I love to crochet and never seem to find the time any more.

Michelle said...

That is beautiful.
Thanks for Sharing!
mlcain0202(at)yahoo(dot)com

Kristin said...

very cute.

Kristin
ksully4597 at gmail dot com

Audrey said...

Absolutely adorable. I admire anyone who can crochet or knit, I am learning to do those things however but I have a terrible time following a pattern. Your workis great!



audey@rosemansroost.com
audreyscardsbydesign.blogspot.com

Raven B said...

Oh this is fabulous!!!!
Hugs,
Raven

Karen Y said...

Lovely. I wish I could crochet like that. I am a new follower

Thank you,
Karen
countrygirlin_md at yahoo.com
karenscreativeramblings.blogspot.com

pigs cricut said...

love the idea
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Vicki said...

Very pretty. TFS.

Mike J said...

A very nice doily
Thanks
Mike

TheScrapbookgirl at CricutConfessions said...

Wow! This is just so gorgeous! I wish I had your talent!

Janice
www.cricutconfessions.com

Suzanne Q said...

Love the doily. Very pretty.

Suzanne Q
s.s.queen at charter.net

Jennifer said...

Brittni,

What a beautiful doily!!! :) My great-grandmother taught me how to crochet when I was a kid, but I haven't done it in ages! You're motivating me to give it a try again!

Thank you so much for sharing,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

The Crazy Cardmaker said...

I loooove it. I love to crochet, so much fun. Doing all centerdoilys for my wedding at the moment. =) I can now proudly call myself your 8th follower =)

Hugs from Lilli =)
l.a.nikolaisen at gmail dot com
www.crazycardmaker.blogspot.com

Karen said...

I love your crochet, I can't crocet, but I can quilt! Karen<3

Anniebee said...

Lovely doily. If you frame it, your daughter will always have it to remember you by. I only crochet a little bit but I love this idea. Thanks for sharing and for taking part in this hop.

Anne
lucyblueeyz at yahoo dot com

Zolyshka said...

Great Job on the doily! Gets me thinking that I should re-visit that craft... :)

Aimee said...

I've just started crocheting and I would love to try that pattern! I love the colors you chose and it's so pretty!

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