Such a lovely review on our Daisy garland. Thank you, L., we appreciate it very much!
Delicate and expressive, not flat but convex, almost 3D-effect – this description best matches our new Thai Jasmine flowers. This time flowers are not snow white, but off-white, some kind of “champagne” colour… Made of 100% mercerized cotton, these flowers are the best for decorating children’s clothes, hats, toys, dollhouses; for creating children’s room decor, garlands; for scrapbooking, for making postcards and many other things, it all depends on your imagination.
Some time ago I bought cotton thread for my crocheted collars. The thread was excellent, thin, mercerized in off white colour with a beautiful shade of champagne. More about this collar. Collars crocheted from this thread were popular at our shop. I thought I’d just be happy, but after a while I run out of thread, so I began to look for it on the Internet. Luckily, I found it quite quickly and immediately ordered. Unfortunately, it turned out to be similar, but not the same. Whoever knits or crochets, can understand me easily – the first part of coloured thread ended and the next one was a little different shade. What is more, the new thread was a little bit thicker. In general, it was not suitable for collars and it took me a lot of time to figure out, what to do with it. And then I saw a beautiful motif pattern, which I decided to use for a tablecloth. Thus, this is the first picture of it.
Thread: Mercerized May Mini Crochet 100% Egipt Cotton, 280 m in 50 g shade 2 Lot 312396 and my favourite Clover hook No 2 1.5 mm
Our last order was a collar for a doll. White crochet Daisy with two leaves was only a small gift I added to this order. I hope the owner of the collar would be happy with this flower, which I crocheted of DMC no. 20 thread with no.12 0,6 mm Clover hook. And yes, I used French Knots for the middle part of Daisy.
When I saw this beautiful variegated yarn in my favourite haberdashery, I knew immediately what to do with it. This way a gift for my friend was made. I am well-satisfied with the result, as this is my first (but not the last) attempt to create jewelry.