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You Made This! – Edition #5

You Made This! – Edition #5

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Here we are with another edition of You Made This! It's hard to believe I have so many amazing pictures to show you that I can't fit them all into one post. Remember to use the Submit Your Picture page – to send in your pics so I can show them off for you! All images being shared are images that will show off what you made with patterns. So, let's begin with that latest!

Our first entry today is from Barbara McCandless that she sent in over the summer. Barbara made Coraline's Summer Crush Scarf and says, “Even though it's a summer scarf, I am in Christmas gift making mode. I used Caron Simply Soft in a wonderful country blue and a 5mm hook. I also did a row of sc after the final HDC row to finish. I look for and love simple, easy patterns to follow. It is my relaxing time and I like to just repeat rows over and over without having to refer to each row in the pattern.” Great job, Barbara! Thanks for much for your entry. Here's the link for Coraline's Summer Crush Scarf –


Before the summer break, this adorable pic was sent in by Cazzy. She made my Baby Bunny Amigurumi with a white tail. How cute is that?! “I love the long ears, my grandson did too!” Cazzy, please comment below where you got the adorable little chick friend. They make a precious pair. Thanks for your entry! You can find the Baby Bunny Amigurumi pattern here –


You know the Shawl Toggles are one of my favorites! This image was sent in by Jenny from Jenny says, “I couldn't find oblong buttons at first, so I made one with large round buttons. It works, but slips out once in a while. When I finally found oblong buttons, I lost my needle (lol), so I had to run the yarn through with a small crochet hook. I love these shawl toggles because they let me wear my creations with confidence. Shawls and wraps always fall off and leave me awkwardly holding them. Plus, these are super-easy to make! After a little confusion creating the first one (I started from the wrong side of the button), I can now sit down and make two of these in five minutes. They can be made to match with scrap yarn from the project, or made in neutrals to match any accessory you have.” Thank you so much for your input and feedback, Jenny! What an adventure getting started. ha! They turned out just beautifully. I can't do without my toggles now. Everyone can find the tutorial How to make a Crochet Shawl Toggle –


Here is an anonymous entry along with the yarn supply list for Penelope’s Skipping Stones 12 inch Square.  Anonymous says, “It was quick and easy.” Thanks for your entry! Here are the supplies for Penelope’s Skipping Stones 12 inch Square –

  • Hook size I/9-5.50MM
  • Caron one pound
  • 1 Pale green
  • Red heart super savor
  • 2 Jade
  • 3 Real teal
  • 4 Medium purple
  • 5 Pale plum


Here is a precious entry from Pat who made this lovely sun hat from my Coraline’s Sun Hat free crochet pattern. Pat says, “I did use an I hook to make it a little smaller. It was so easy to make & soooo adorable!” Thank you so much for your entry, Pat! I love her precious smile. Looks like she loves that you made it for her. Click the link to get Coraline’s Sun Hat free crochet pattern –


Last but not least, I want to share what my friend Angie Hall Haviland made with my Desert Hope Slouch Beanie. She says, “Happy Accident … well not really an accident. Was working on a soft pink slouch with a leftover skein from a scarf I made a while back. Well….. it was almost enough to finish the hat… but just short of finishing. So I improvised 😉 The pink and black is Caron Simply Soft …” She's made SO many of these and just seeing them in different colors is very refreshing. Thank you so much, Angie! You can read on to see which yarns she used and find this pattern here – Desert Hope Slouch Beanie –


This is the I Love This Yarn black hat with a different pin…


“[this] is yarn that Wynna ordered and had sent to me cause she wanted it so badly… Red Heart Boutique in Abstract….”



I hope you love You Made This! as much as I do. I look forward to seeing more of your works from my patterns!


Tuesday 6th of December 2016

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Tuesday 13th of December 2016

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