Thursday, April 30, 2015

Tulip Fields Earrings - Jewelry DIY Review - Fusion Beads

 My mom LOVES Tulips. Every year for Mother's Day, I always buy her some Tulips and get some chocolates. This year, I though maybe I would make her a type of Tulip that won't die. I found these beautiful Tulip Fields Earrings on Fusion Beads. I knew I just had to make some!

Materials I Used:

- 3 pairs 14mm Sterling Silver Ear Wire with 2mm Bead by TierraCast
- 6 (2 each pair) 24 Gauge Sterling Silver 2" Head Pins
- 6 (2 each pair) 4mm Round Light Topaz Swarovski Element Crystal
- 6 (2 each pair) 6x11mm Twirling Tulip Czech Pressed Glass Bead in Rose Opal, Amethyst Opal, Ruby Opal
- 6 (2 each pair) 4mm Bicone Emerald Swarovski Element Crystal
- 6 (2 each pair) 3x15mm Emerald Angel Wing Czech Pressed Glass Bead
- Tulip Fields Earrings Inspiration Project from Fusion Beads
- Jewelry Pliers - I use two pairs, one in each hand  
- Wire Cutters (also called Side Cutters)

Material Notes:
     All materials listed above purchased from Fusion Beads, with the exception of my jewelry pliers and wire cutters. I got those at JoAnn's.
*In the supplies photo you will notice I also have the Citrine colored Twirling Tulip but I didn't like how close in color it was to the Light Topaz bead so I didn't end up using it. 
     Be careful with the glass pieces - Twirling Tulip and Angel Wings. They WILL break if dropped.
     I usually try to order the size pieces that are suggested - ie "24 Gauge Sterling Silver 2" Head Pin" - because I believe it was used for a particular reason, especially since I am still learning about different jewelry pieces. I know with crocheting, I always recommend a particular material that I personally use and recommend for that particular piece. Sometimes though, I do not get as lucky with the jewelry pieces that I receive because they are usually smaller or more petite than I am looking for. This time though, they were perfect. The 2" headpins are long enough for the stringing, and great for wire wrapping, and the earring wires were nice and solid. The glass pieces do carry some weight - not too much but something you notice. I do not wear earrings that are heavy because they really hurt my ears, but these I can wear everyday! Solid but not too heavy to be uncomfortable.
     Not sure what color Tulips to make? I wasn't sure just how many colors of Tulips there were out there so I did a quick Google search. There are so many beautiful colors! It helped in my choice of Twirling Tulip pieces.

Time Spent:
     I had all three pairs done in 15 minutes!

Measurements:
     These earrings drop down about 1.25". I used a wrapped loop so mine came out just a tad bit longer.

Tutorial Notes:
     I made wrapped loops for my pendants - I have a photo tutorial here, Forming a Wrapped Loop.
You could always just use a Basic Loop, but I like the stability and clean finish of the wrapped loop.

Visit the Tulip Fields Earrings Inspiration Project for more information!
Interested in Purchasing a Ready Made Pair of Tulip Fields Earrings?
     I was going to add these to my EyeLoveKnots Etsy shop, but I sold out of all four pairs before I had the chance. I am planning on adding other pairs next Spring as I have now shifted into Summer/Beach mood but feel free to send me a message with your custom request. I am happy to make a pair for you!

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Robin's Egg Slanted Shell Facial Scrubbies - Free Crochet Pattern

Last week, I shared a free crochet pattern for my Robin's Egg Slanted Shell Washcloth with two versions included. Today, I am sharing a free crochet pattern for matching Facial Scrubbies.
I have had this idea on my list of things to do since last Christmas when I worked up the Slanted Shell Coasters for the Mug Cozy Gifts I gave my co-workers. Feels so great to cross things off of your ever-growing list of things to do.

I LOVE using facial scrubbies! I have made quite a few for myself, and don't know why I never used them before. I used to use a paper towel/toilet paper plus rubbing alcohol to clean my face. These scrubbies are definitely MUCH better! They are washable, reusable, eco-friendly, and the texture of the cotton yarn feels great! Especially when you add in fun textures like this Slanted Shell pattern.

The combination of the two stitches together creates a nice cushion, making these ever better than my Sand Dune Square Facial Scrubbies.

Just a note, using certain products on the scrubbies may fade them. Using rubbing alcohol, my cloths are faded, but still work just as great.

The beautiful feminine shell stitch here makes this the perfect gift for her or just for yourself! These would also make a wonderful gift for mom this Mother's Day!

Materials:
     - 80 yards of Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn - I used Lily Sugar n Cream in Robin's Egg, Turquoise and Hot Apple (JoAnns)
     - H8/5mm Crochet Hook
     - #18 or #20 Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends

Material Notes:
     Yarn Alternatives: Bernat Handicrafter Yarn will also work great! Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton will work up a tad bit bigger.
     Depending on the skein you purchase as some as 2 ounces, and some are 4 ounces, you will be able to make at least 6 but much more I am sure!
     Cotton yarn is a little tougher when it comes to weaving in your ends. You will want a tapestry needle with a larger eye, and duller point otherwise, it will take you longer to weave in your ends and hurt your fingers from tugging at the needle and yarn.

Time Spent:
     Each scrubby takes about 10 minutes to work up, so a set of 4 can easily be worked up in less than an hour, including weaving. 

Measurements:
     With border, each scrubby measures 3.5" Wide by 3.75" in Length.

Gauge:
Using an H8/5mm Hook and Lily Sugar n Cream - 4" x 4"
     Chain 17, HDC in the 2nd chain, and each chain across. (16 HDC)
     R2 - 10: Chain 1, turn. HDC in the 1st stitch, and in each stitch.
     Fasten Off.

Abbreviations:
     SC - Single Crochet
     DC - Double Crochet

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Pattern Notes:
     Typically, the slanted shell pattern is worked into the 2nd chain of an even numbered chain. I, however, feel that working into this stitch causes the project to come out uneven and bunched up. 
You will find my pattern is worked into the 3rd chain of an odd numbered chain.

     Border will add 0.25" to each side, 0.5" to total width/height.

     When working the border, make sure after working down the first side that your corner is worked into the first chain that was created when we skipped it in the beginning of the pattern by working into the 3rd chain from the hook. This will keep your coaster from pulling up on the ends, and from the border coming out uneven.

     If your foundation row side starts to bunch after border is work, just tug at sides a little and it will even out. This happens from crocheting over your original tail piece.

*You may choose to work your final join as an invisible join. 
Not sure how? Check out my Slanted Shell Coasters post for a photo tutorial.

Pattern:
Chain 11. SC & DC in the 3rd chain from the hook, [skip next stitch, (SC, DC) in the next stitch] across. (5 clusters)

R2 - R8: Chain 1, turn. (SC, DC) in the 2nd stitch, [skip next stitch, (SC, DC) in the next stitch] across.

Border: Chain 1, turn. 2 SC in the first stitch, SC in the next 8 stitches, 3 SC in the next stitch - corner, evenly work 8 SC down the first side, 3 SC in the next stitch - corner, SC in the next 8 stitches along the opposite side of the foundation chain, 3 SC in the next stitch - corner - evenly work 8 SC up the second side, add one SC in the last/first stitch to form the final corner. *Join to first SC.

Fasten Off, and Weave in Ends (or *work an invisible join).

Please feel free to make and sell these facial scrubbies, but please DO NOT claim this pattern as your own nor should you sell my pattern, and DO NOT re-publish my photos as your own. DO NOT copy and paste my pattern anywhere, link to it instead.

If you have made these facial scrubbies - I would love to see photos! Feel free to post them to the EyeLoveKnots Facebook page, or email me.

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*If you would like a PDF version of this post, you may get one through my Etsy shop for a small fee. This fee is to compensate for the view/s lost once you no longer need to return to the blog for the information, as you will have your own copy. Plus! It helps fund supplies for new projects to share with you!
Shop EyeLoveKnots - Robin's Egg Slanted Shell Facial Scrubbies.

Don't Crochet but Interested in Purchasing Set of Slanted Shell Facial Scrubbies?
   I will be adding similar sets to my Etsy shop. Feel free to send in your custom color requests! Check out options here - Lily Sugar n Cream

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Monday, April 27, 2015

Yarn Fanatic Linky Party #34 - The Philosopher's Wife Giveaways Galore GIVEAWAY

Welcome to the 34th Yarn Fanatic Link Party, and my 17th as co-host, alongside Rachel from The Philosopher's Wife.

This week I shared two yarny posts:
I just made a purchase from the Etsy shop of Petals to Picots
I have been working my way around them, little by little.
Visit this What Did I Buy from Petals to Picots post for the links to these patterns, and my own little blurb about them.
I also shared a free pattern for a solid and striped version of these Robin's Egg Slanted Shell Washcloth. These washcloths use one of my favorite stitches - the slanted shell pattern. Be on the look out for the facial scrubby post coming to you this Wednesday!

Most Clicked:
Left Top, Right Top in Reverse "L":

Rainbow Pillowcase from Lunamon Design. Full of color, and a very unique stitch pattern - this is going to be one awesome pillowcase when done. Pattern link provided.
Sad to hear that Monica was working on this while in pain, but not a bad deal to sit outside, relax and crochet. Feel better soon Monica!!

Minion Blanket from Milena Places. What a cute blanket! What stitch does Milena not recommend using for a blanket? Visit her post to find out!
Regardless, this blanket has a nice, clean look and came out so cute!
As she's made it in a child size, this blanket is great for any minion lover!

Basic Summer Sandals from Ruby Needles. These sweet little summer sandals are sized for newborn, with hopes of creating other sizes soon. Wish they were in adult size! I would make one for myself in every color.

Unisex Sunhat from Sandys Cape Cod Orig. I just love the swirl on this hat! And the adorable shell edge on the brim. Thankfully, this pattern has all sizes from infant to adult so I can make myself one of these! Pattern also includes flowers, leaves and a snail pattern! Using a solid color, reverse single crochet edge and snail - this is a great sunhat for a little boy too!


EyeLoveKnots Yarn Favorites:
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:

Granny Square Earrings from Marmarel. I have had this vision for quiet some time now, but it's standing on my ever growing list of things to do. These came out so nice! And with the Red, White and Blue - these are perfect for the upcoming Memorial Day and 4th of July. Change out the colors, and you can match anything!

Colour Theory in Practice from Plutonium Muffins. This is an interesting read about comparing colour coodination based on a "mono" filter. Corrie provides us with examples, and explanations. Make sure you don't miss this one!

Lacey Skinny Hearts from Sophibelle Collection. The original link shows as an amigurumi complete with face and flower embellishment, but I couldn't find that on the post to share so I am sharing the last photo on the post, which I absolutely love! Especially with the shell edging. Leave it off, and you can have a boy and girl version of these hearts. I think these would be so nice in a basket filled with some fragrance, or with a loop to hang - perhaps mobile like?

Spring Party from Atelier Marie-Lucienne. This setting is awesome!! What a great idea for celebrating the beautiful Spring season. This party is complete with garlands, ornaments, pillows, table cloth, mug cozies and vase decor. The tea set on the table definitely adds to the beauty of this. I am envisioning a fun tea party with my cousin Tiffany and her daughter Madison - with some crochet tea cups, saucers and kettle I have been eyeing for a while.

Riviera Skies from Silk and Wool. While there isn't a pattern attached/available yet, Leyla just did a marvelous job with this top! It would be perfect for the Spring or Summer seasons, and even would look nice over a bathing suit. 
I will be crossing my fingers for the pattern to purchase! How about you? ;)

My Philosopher Favorite:
How adorable?! That giraffe is just melting my heart. I recently visited the zoo - check out my Living the Dream post - but though there were three giraffes there, they weren't as sweet looking as this one! Make sure to visit The Philosopher's Wife to check out this Another Crochet Project: An Elephant & A Giraffe post. Links provided to patterns for you to create your own!


This Week's Giveaway is sponsored by The Philosopher's Wife: Giveaways Galore. This is an awesome branch of The Philosopher's Wife as you can find all the latest crafty giveaways in one place. One winner will receive a $5.00 Amazon.com Gift Card.

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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Robin's Egg Slanted Shell Washcloths - Free Crochet Pattern

Those of you that regularly follow me may remember the Purplicious Afghan that I am working on for my little cousin, Madison. One of the squares I have made for it is of a slanted shell pattern - which is one of my favorite stitches to use! Ever since I began that afghan, I have had a slanted shell washcloth in mind. It's been some time since it went on the list, but I finally have a free pattern to share with you!

The combination of the two stitches together creates a nice cushion, and also a great texture. 

The beautiful feminine shell stitch here makes this the perfect gift for her or just for yourself! These would also make a wonderful gift for mom this Mother's Day!

Materials:
     - 80 yards of Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn - I used Lily Sugar n Cream in Robin's Egg, Turquoise and Hot Apple (JoAnns)
     - H8/5mm Crochet Hook
     - #18 or #20 Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends

Material Notes:
     Yarn Alternatives: Bernat Handicrafter Yarn will also work great! Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton will work up a tad bit bigger.
     I made a washcloth, and a set of matching facial scrubbies all with one skein of yarn (of each color). I overshot the yardage above a bit because I am not 100% if I used half a skein or a little more so I went with the a higher yardage, but one 2.5 ounce skein will definitely make at least one washcloth with yarn leftover. 
     Cotton yarn is a little tougher when it comes to weaving in your ends. You will want a tapestry needle with a larger eye, and duller point otherwise, it will take you longer to weave in your ends and hurt your fingers from tugging at the needle and yarn.

Time Spent:
     Each washcloth can be worked up in about 45 minutes, including weaving. 

Measurements:
     With border, each washcloth measures 8" x 8".

Gauge:
Using an H8/5mm Hook and Lily Sugar n Cream - 4" x 4"
     Chain 17, HDC in the 2nd chain, and each chain across. (16 HDC)
     R2 - 10: Chain 1, turn. HDC in the 1st stitch, and in each stitch.
     Fasten Off.

Abbreviations:
     SC - Single Crochet
     DC - Double Crochet

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Pattern Notes:
     Typically, the slanted shell pattern is worked into the 2nd chain of an even numbered chain. I, however, feel that working into this stitch causes the project to come out uneven and bunched up. 
You will find my pattern is worked into the 3rd chain of an odd numbered chain.

     Border will add 0.25" to each side, 0.5" to total width/height.

     When working the border, make sure after working down the first side that your corner is worked into the first chain that was created when we skipped it in the beginning of the pattern by working into the 3rd chain from the hook. This will keep your coaster from pulling up on the ends, and from the border coming out uneven.

     If your foundation row side starts to bunch after border is worked, just tug at sides a little and it will even out. This happens from crocheting over your original tail piece.

*You may choose to work your final join as an invisible join. 
Not sure how? Check out my Slanted Shell Coasters post for a photo tutorial.

Pattern:

Solid Washcloth:
Chain 27. SC & DC in the 3rd chain from the hook, (skip next stitch, SC & DC in the next stitch) across. (13 clusters)

R2 - R20: Chain 1, turn. SC & DC in the 2nd stitch, (skip next stitch, SC & DC in the next stitch) across.

Border: Chain 1, turn. 2 SC in the first stitch, SC in each remaining stitch across, add two SC in the last stitch to form a corner, evenly SC down the first side, add two SC in the last stitch to form another corner, evenly SC along the opposite side of the foundation chain, add two SC in the last stitch to form another corner, evenly SC up the second side, add one SC in the last stitch to form the final corner. *Join to first SC.

Fasten Off, and Weave in Ends (or *work an invisible join).
Striped Washcloth:
R1-R14: Beginning with your main color, Follow R1-14 from above.
R15-R18: Change colors to accent color. Follow R15-18 from above.
R19-R20: Change back to main color. Follow R19-R20 from above.
Border: Work as above, but change colors respectively to continue color throughout. This is of course, optional. I did, but it also leaves you with more ends to weave in - Note: I did not carry my yarn through the sides because the lighter color was visible through the darker color hence the "more ends to weave in". It would also look great with a solid border, leaving you just one tail to weave in. 

Please feel free to make and sell these washcloths, but please DO NOT claim this pattern as your own nor should you sell my pattern, and DO NOT re-publish my photos as your own. DO NOT copy and paste my pattern anywhere, link to it instead.


If you have made these washcloths - I would love to see photos! Feel free to post them to the EyeLoveKnots Facebook page, or email me.

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*If you would like a PDF version of this post, you may get one through my Etsy shop for a small fee. This fee is to compensate for the view/s lost once you no longer need to return to the blog for the information, as you will have your own copy. Plus! It helps fund supplies for new projects to share with you!
Shop EyeLoveKnots - Robin's Egg Slanted Shell Washcloths.

Don't Crochet but Interested in Purchasing a (or Set of) Slanted Shell Washcloth/s?
   I will be adding similar sets to my Etsy shop. Feel free to send in your custom color requests! Check out options here - Lily Sugar n Cream, Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton, Bernat Handicrafter.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Central Florida Zoo Trip for Birthday - Living the Dream

A few weeks ago, I was gifted a trip to the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens for my birthday. If you get the chance to visit, it is quite lovely! 

I have been a few times to visit, each with enough time between the visits to be able to see and enjoy the new additions that the zoo has. Some features within the zoo include an Air Adventure zip line, the Wharton-Smith Tropical Splash Grounds, the Massey Services Insect Zoo, a Herpetarium,  Barynard Children's Zoo, Botanical Garden and hundreds of animals throughout!

Just a side note... I went with my cousin Tiffany and her children Tyler and Madison, and a very dear friend of mine, Mel.
This is home to typical barnyard animals like the pygmy goats 
and rooster shown here. 
We also saw a llama and zebu in here.
Tyler was ready to go as soon as we stepped into this area as it does smell like a barn. You can see him up there holding his nose! 
He did so practically the whole time!
And down on the bottom, behind us is a barnyard gift shop. 
Such cute little stuffed animals in there!
Here's a collection of some of the birds we saw.
Top Left: Wreathed Hornbill; Top Right: Bald Eagles;
Bottom: Macaws - Tyler didn't like how noisy they were!
I just love monkeys! This Siamang looked so lonely in this huge enclosure. 
Poor Tyler though - he was terrified of this guy! 
We got to see the African Spurred Tortoise make his way over to his food dish.
He is a very messy eater. 
The Sea Otter exhibit is a newer exhibit. The time prior to this one, they were asking for donations to build this exhibit.
Tyler did not want to leave this guy. 
He thought he was coming down to give him a high five.

The photos are in order of the sea otter's routine:
Top Left: Swim across along the top with his little face above water.
Top Right: Come down into the water.
Bottom Left: Turn around on the glass - "high five".
Bottom Right: Push off of the glass.
Repeat.
Also new to the zoo were the Giraffes. I read that all three are males and named Rafiki, Emba and Gage. 
They were pretty calm while we were there, just hanging around but Madison did get to see one of their purple tongues. She was very excited. 
Towards the end is the Botanical Garden. It is a very peaceful place to be.

Top Left: Madison sitting on a bench watching the butterflies fly around.
Top Right: The beautiful Monarch butterflies we got to see flying around.
Middle: Madison and Tyler "playing" chess with pieces almost as big as they are!
Bottom: The frog is "jumping" out of a fountain/pond, and to the left is a bench shaped like a really big butterfly. I would love to sit on that bench and drink my morning coffee. 
The kids had a blast!
In the last photo on the bottom, Mel had befriended a little guy that was just the cutest thing! He was running around with the biggest smile on his face, and just wanted to play with everyone. Poor little guy slipped twice, and both Tiffany and Mel went over to help him up and to his mommy who was resting with a new little one.
On the way home, the weather was still just as gorgeous as when we set out!
And we even stopped for some ice cream cones.

We all had a great day! :)

Please note, some of my images are not pinnable on purpose. Permission is not granted for sharing photos of my family. 

Linked Up To...
Wordless Wednesday: A Scuba Adventure - The Philosopher's Wife

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

What Did I Buy From Petals To Picots? - Crochet Pattern Finds

While I was visiting with Petals to Picots to read her newest post - Basket Weave Knit Dishcloth - the Ladies Booties pattern from her PetalstoPicots Etsy shop caught my eye.
This wasn't the first time that I looked at them, but I decided tonight was the night I was going to purchase them.

In her shop, she has a section for deals and pattern sets which I clicked on to see what kind of packages she had. I took advantage of the 5 Patterns for $18.

So What Did I Buy From Petals to Picots? Well...
I bought the first thing that caught my eye - the Crochet Ladies Booties.
These booties are worked up in worsted weight yarn, 
and available in four sizes - 4/5, 6/7, 8/9, 10/11.
I just love the solid body of these mixed with the cluster stitch cuffs.
A sister pattern to the booties - Ladies Crochet Slippers.
These are also worked up in worsted weight yarn, 
and available in four sizes - 4/5, 6/7, 8/9, 10/11.
These slippers look so sweet and cozy.
I especially like how Kara worked them up as two-tone here.
I think a bow or ribbon that matches the sole would be perfect for these!
Similarly - Ladies Crochet Socks.
These socks are worked up in Sports Weight Yarn,
and available in four sizes - 6, 7, 8, 9.
I have been wanting to try out some crochet socks for a while, and now I have a great pattern to try it with!
I especially like that these have a knit look to them. I have been continuously drooling over the stunning knit items that have been about. I really need to learn to knit - hehe.
I have been considering working on an infinity scarf or two (or ten), 
but haven't started on any lately. 
Since I need another pattern to complete my five, 
I figured why not try out this beautiful Mobius Infinity Scarf pattern?
I love the sweet, feminine shell pattern and the solid gray to balance it out.
Lastly, a pattern I have been dying to try - 
Are these are the most precious looking dolls?!
They are so sweet and innocent, and each with their own features and accessories that establish their own individual personalities.
My cousin, Madison, is going to love these!

That concludes my 'shopping trip' today. What do you think about my selection?
Are there any that caught your eye?

Interested in Purchasing Any of These Items Already Finished?
     I will be working some items up to add to my EyeLoveKnots Etsy shop, but in the meantime - feel free to send me a message with your custom order. Color options are practically endless for all!

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