Treasury Tuesday

maRRose - CCC: Treasury Tuesday - Crochet DollsWhen I picked up crochet again in 2010, my first project was a granny square blanket, and the next one a hexagon blanket.
I have no idea why, but for some reason I thought that blanket making was the thing a crocheter did.
That is, until I started exploring the internet: wow! So many amazingly beautiful things that could be done with a hook and some yarn …..

Surely but slowly I’ve begun crocheting things that I never thought of as being a hookable possibility, branching out from blankets (here, here and here) to pillows (here, here and here), shawls, flowers for a teacosy, and I’ve even crocheted some dolls.
I can’t even begin to tell you how much I’ve enjoyed this crochet journey so far and knowing the end of this creative trip is no where near makes me a happy-hooky-camper!
Making these treasuries every week is something I’ve become very fond of doing, although it can make me feel a bit overwhelmed at times too.
So many things to add to the crochet wish list …..

I’ve just finished three dolls as a gift – will blog about them later this week – and they were this week’s Treasury Tuesday inspiration: enjoy!

My two highlights:
maRRose - CCC: Treasury Tuesday - Crochet Dolls maRRose - CCC: Treasury Tuesday - Crochet Dolls

Marianne xx

7 thoughts on “Treasury Tuesday

  1. My comfort zone seems to be blankets, squares, washcloths, scarves and hats! I swear I need to branch out! I must! But I think my branching thus far has gone to knitting, and again simple things. Maybe this year, next…I will change my MOO…..method of operation! Lol!! Sandy

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