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New Crochet Pattern! Seashells by the Seashore

For the past week, I have been quite busy! Received some yarn as a gift and decided to play with it right away as it was my favorite color: Blue! Typically, I take quite a bit of time choosing a good stitch for the yarn I've selected because I have to see the finished project in my mind for it to feel like it's going to come out right. Sometimes, even if I've chosen a stitch and can see the finished project, putting it together has to feel smooth as well or I'll give up and begin the search all over again.

There are times when I can see a finished project in my mind AND the stitch process goes together smoothly enough that I can get one done in a week! Which is what has happened here!

Seashells by the Seashore is my first pattern that I'll be charging for. A lot of time was spent in measuring, figuring and writing out this pattern.
It's a combination of shells and flowers in rows.

Crochet Blanket Seashells by the Seashore - Missed Stitches


Crochet Blanket Seashells by the Seashore - Missed Stitches



I have updated the photos from last night's original post. 

This pattern is available as a PDF download so no waiting for snail-mail! 
The price for this pattern is $2.50.
You can pick up your copy in my Etsy shop!


Crochet Blanket Seashells by the Seashore - Missed Stitches



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