April Link Roundup

Crochet flowers - Myosotis sylvatica

Crochet flowers – Myosotis sylvatica:LISUI's

Ok, I lied. I'm not in Ohio yet. I'm up early in an attempt not to be terribly jet-lagged tomorrow morning. I'd thought my flight today was super early, but I was wrong. So I just set my alarm for 6:30 (really, it would have been more effective if I'd set it for 5:30, but I'm not masochistic enough).

So here are some links I've been surfing while trying to be quiet so as not to wake up the very-appropriately sleeping man.

Aren't these crocheted flowers stunning?

And speaking of stunning, check out Helle's post about the Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef plus her own Rubbish Vortex in New York. I wish I could go!

Check out Charm & Whimsy's cottage tea cozy. Such attention to detail!

The Purl Bee is at it again, this time with a crocheted baby blanket in lovely, muted colours. I love baby stuff that isn't pastel.

Danielle Kassner is at it again (she designed the amazing tapestry crochet socks in the current issue of Interweave Crochet), this time with one of the most stunning combinations crochet and knitting I've come across. Rock on, Danielle.

Finally, I adore this rag bag by Boutique Pink Designs. Not only do Iove rag projects, I also love thinking that spring might eventually get here, and the colours of this bag make me smile. (Actually, I believe spring will arrive in Vancouver today, just as my plane takes off.)

Make some yummy crochet this week, eh?

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