Lace collars I pack in ecological boxes and decorate them differently. The collar is attached to the white cardboard with a thread. Then, I put the collar in a box lined with paper, which I only use for collars – it has beautiful peony flowers on it, and then the box itself is decorated, always with lace elements. That’s all. This High Neck Collar was sent today to Neu-Isenburg in Germany. Thank you, Sarah, for your order!
New Vintage style collar at LaceCrochetFinds this weekend. I did it! The hardest part was ironing the collar after the wash and getting all the creases into place. I even lightly starched it to keep it in shape. Once again, I am convinced that knitting a piece is the easiest thing.
Crochet lace victorian style cream collar can be fasten with a white pearl or an old gold button. Look at it at
(it has 20% sale as a new item at the shop)
I checked my supplies and understood that I need going shopping. I’ll try to find a pale blue or maybe navy blue or somewhat shade of blue colour ribbon for this new crochet collar. By the way, I like this pattern so much that I started a new choker, this time of red yarn, so I need a bright red colour ribbon too.
I have so many new items started, but what can I do if I have a million ideas in my head? Some time ago, I decided to crochet a new/old collar – new by its colour and known by the pattern. I have one on LaceCrochetFinds in cream colour, and a new one is in a pale blue. I’d also like to crochet cuffs to it, but as far I can’t come up with fastening. The collar tied with satin ribbon, but what about the cuffs? Maybe I need to change the design and use a pearl button instead. By the way, this design is one of my favourites.
Etsy has died totally, but I am trying to add new items as far as I can. Crocheting this ruffle collar took me a lot of time because of a tiny thread (DMC No 20) and a tiny hook – Clover No 1. Fortunately, I am a stubborn person, so I finished it. All I need now is to fasten the collar and iron it. Then, of course, I show it to you 🙂
One of the last orders in the shop – a high neck collar, of which I am particularly proud. I created it myself – from beginning to end, not basing on a ready-made pattern. This is a new product, recently placed in the shop. The order flew to America, to the town of Halladay, Utah. This is the first time I have shipped to this state and I am curious how long it will take for the package to reach the customer. Fingers crossed for the customer will be happy with her purchase.
Are you ready for me to overhelm you with pictures of my collars on my new mannequin? If so, shall we begin 🙂
It’s certainly not a toy, it’s my long-awaited purchase – a mannequin. I choose it after a long time and the main criterion for choosing exactly it was the colour of the upholstery – natural linen of a possible light shade. This was the colour I was looking for because I guess it shows off white, cream, beige collars as well as burgundy, navy blue or black collars. I spent the whole day running around the flat with this mannequin, looking for the best light, which I failed to do because the day is overcast and it’s raining outside, but I took a couple of pictures anyway. Now I have a lot of work – to crochet almost all the collars, take photos of them on a mannequin and upload them to my shop. Wish me luck!
This is the first time I have tried to knit a high neck collar. When I looked at these on the internet, I always thought I couldn’t do it, and wouldn’t make it. However, being on holiday in the Baltic Sea last year, it felt like it crocheted itself – that’s what a good holiday means, not only physically but also mentally! So, let’s keep trying and we’ll make it work!