I found out from my competitors that they often take photos of crochet collars on dressed mannequins. I decided to try too. It turned out that I hardly have any dresses because I wear jeans all the time. I guess it was time to do some shopping. But for now, my mannequin is dressed, and a new lace collar has its photos.
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)
New crochet off-white choker has listed at LaceCrochetFinds. It fastened with a white pearl button and is made of separate elements unit together. The jewellery made of 100% mercerized cotton yarn and can embellish any look.
When I crocheted this collar, I wasn’t quite sure I’d chosen the right colour thread. But when I finished it and framed it with a darker ribbon, I was pleased with my choice. The collar looks very stylish and elegant. It can adorn any outfit, especially if a pale blue is your colour.
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.
New crochet black choker with claret colour satin ribbon at LaceCrochetFinds this evening.
Etsy was way to much slow down last time. This is not only my opinion, however, sellers from different countries around the world are also debating on this problem. There is no reason to panic, claim well-selling shops owners, people just missed real shopping, have to pay their taxes, summer came at least etc. So I was surprised when 3 orders jumped into my cart what means that I am very busy this weekend. One of them is almost ready and this is a dark red or burgundy colour Victorian-style crochet choker – the hardest for taking photo listing.
Some new “old” collars at LaceCrochetFinds from an old Etsy shop StitchesandQuills.