Thank you, Morgan, for this lovely review. We appreciate it very much.
Instead of crocheting the Forget-Me-Not bookmark as promised, I unexpectedly created the Yellow Daffodil bookmark yesterday. Well, you can treat it as my fancy. Maybe it was the result of effort in my little garden. I dug out tulips and daffodils bulbs; so they have a chance to dry up before I plant them in autumn.
I got a custom order once. It was about Forget-Me-Not small flowers with leaves Set. I am going to make a bookmark from these delicate and beautiful flowers. Of course, I will inform you about my progress.
Two Daisy garlands have left home today to different countries: one flew to Kingsport, TN, USA and the other to Broadstairs, Kent, UK. I hope their new owners will like them!
This Flowers bunting is cute, and it gets a lot of five stars reviews. It is the first I’ve created, and then I crocheted some colour variations of it. So there are the multicolour flowers bunting, pink shades garland, and autumn colours bunting. I also plan to create a decor in blue shades because I have enough blue tone yarn in my stash.
Today I’ve decided to do a ranking of my crocheted garlands. As it turns out, the Flower garland is at the top of the list with 36 sales. In the second place is the Daisy garland sold 24 times, in the third – seven yellow Daffodils sold 22 times, in the fourth place Sunflowers with 17 sales and the fifth – red poppies sold 13 times. By the way, can I ask which garland you like best?
A new review on our Sunflowers garland. Thank you, Coley, for this lovely review. We appreciate it very much 🙂
My Thanksgiving Day decor is back in stock. That means that I’ve started pre-order for this bright pumpkin garland. I have a long time to prepare my orders, but it will change in some time because I have only four opened orders now, and I plan to send all of them by the end of the following week.
Nice Friday mood and a lovely review from the USA. Thank you, Curtis, so much!
It’s been a long time since I had an order for a garland of bells. I started making it yesterday and hope to finish today. I took a picture of the process on the background of the Furry tales embroidery by Lucie Heaton pattern. There is one of the pictures that always decorate my workspace.