posted by WarpspeedLinda aka Crochetingfool @ 1:46 PM
Yes it's awesome! Love your BIG Doily! Very cute idea!!!
Oh my gosh! You are a crazy crocheting fool! :) That is absolutely brilliant. Best wishes, Tammy
That's awesome. Truly, truly awesome.
Seriously,you made it? How fun, how does it hold up outside and in the rain?
I have to show this to my husband who thinks I'M the crocheting fool. You've got me beat! Love it!
I love it! :)
I replied earlier to your post on "Tweety jeep car doily"--could you please repeat at least the end of link to pattern you used? I couldn't see what comes after "celtw"...Pattern may appear elsewhere online, but I may not have time to search for awhile. Design could be called pinwheel or spinning star, I suppose. BESNITCHY posted pix on Flickr for "Pinwheel doily suncatcher" and regular doily that looks like one you made--maybe clear enough for experienced crocheter to use as guide.I did browse a little among free doily patterns on www.crochetpatterncentral.com (one called Auriga might work for a car doily--tho not as eyecatching as yours! Your Multicolored "Original" has a serape Mexicana vibe to it, I think!P.S. Anybody tried crocheting with plastic cord used for lanyards at Summer Camp crafts? I think I've seen it sold by the spool in kids section of Michaels Craft stores. To help keep dust & grime off car doilies, is there some kind of product at automotive supplies stores meant as dust repellant for non-metal car hoods,like fabric or leather-like convertable car hoods? Finally, this being County Fair season, made me wonder if a car doily might be entered for next year by somebody (maybe under "other crochet" category!)
OMG I want that one for my red SUV lol awesome work Linda.Hugs, Camilla
Glad you all love my the red tire cover for my friend...Sorry to say the free pattern link to the doily pattern I used was taken down off the Internet. Drats...Will be posting my purple one soon..
I would love to get the pattern for this, or tell me how you started it, and maybe I could go from there. Its always hard to find stuff to make for guys and I know my son would think something like this on his (his wife's) Jeep. this is just amazing. I would have to find something that would hold up in the bad weather since I am in Indiana, but still awesome!
I LOVE your tire cover!! Saw your profile photo on KnittingParadise :) Truly excellent!
Photographed this one in Missouri. Did you make it? http://divinebunbun.blogspot.com/2011/07/three-cheers-for-red.html
now that is cleaver!!! ~~Debbhttp://crochetoholic.blogspot.com
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