I apologize in advance for any spelling error you may find: English it's not my primary language as I come from Italy! :) and I live in the States (legally!) from a year. I'm a 28 yo busy mom of 2 ...
I apologize in advance for any spelling error you may find: English it's not my primary language as I come from Italy! :) and I live in the States (legally!) from a year. I'm a 28 yo busy mom of 2 wonderful kids and I have this big passion for crochet that I'm trying to use to raise some money selling my "crocheted little things" as I like to call my works. I do not consider this like a job simply because I really enjoy crochet each and every piece!
I learned how to crochet when I was 9-10 from my mom who is a "doily maker". It was something I liked to do during summer breaks, but never thought I could use it like I'm doing now! I started crocheting during my second pregnancy, I got sick and I had to rest a lot for my little girl's sake so I needed something to keep my hand and mind busy while resting. Most of the works I did during that time are now for sale in my shop. But so far never thought about selling anything, I was just having a lot of fun! Last year my hubby was out of job and we needed to buy clothes for my children...somehow I had a couple of skeins of yarn and I created warm sweaters for them (I think I have a pic of my daughter wearing it). When we went out everybody was asking me where I found those sweater....and orders came to me. I used to crochet gifts for family and friends and other orders arrived....then I tried to crochet some jewelry pieces and decided to try a craft show....it went pretty good and that's why I finally decided to seriously sell my works, even on line.
My inspiration comes from little daily things....the necessity of a warm garment, the willing of embellish my house...and so on. Sometime I use pattern from magazine or from the web, thought I never literally follow them. I just used them like an inspiration, elaborating my own personalization. Some other times, the personalization come along while I'm working :) Or again, like my crocheted jewelry I just created by my self. I just enjoy doing every and each piece and I hope you too can enjoy have it.
Crochet lighthouse PDF pattern
3 pages of instructions to make a 3D real looking lighthouse with a crochet technique.
*You're purchasing just the instructions in PDF format, not the finished item.
You'll need to know:
Single crochet stitch
How to work in back loops
Change colors in single crochet
Finished dimensions are approx 4"(10.2cm) plus ruffle in diameter, 12"(30.4cm) tall.
(c)Crocheted Little Things holds and retains the copyright of this pattern/tutorial. It's against the law to copy, share or resell any info in this file. You can, however, sell the finished products JUST AFTER asking and obtaining my written permission and PROOF that my name and link to my shop (http://Crochetedlittlethings.artfire.com) are provided with it as the designer.