Clownfisf Cross Stitch Chart

Excited to share the latest addition to my Etsy shop – Ocellaris Clownfish https://etsy.me/2A4vcXi

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Tablecloth

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.

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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

 

White Crochet Snowflakes

It’s the highest time to start preparing for Christmas. So, some home decoration in the post. These small and dainty snowflakes can be used in many different ways : decorate your surfaces by simple sprinkling the snowflakes on top of them or fastening them to windows or walls, string several together to create a beautiful garland or to transform them into Christmas ornaments for your tree!

Alternatively, instead of a plain ribbon, these make a unique Christmas present decorative tag for that something special.