Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Round Crochet Cushion


For the past couple of weeks I've been crocheting again.  I made the Christmas doily and then I made another Christmas doily (photo to come later), and now I've made a round crochet cushion.  I've been seeing these in blogland and I think they are so vintage looking.  This is my first one and I was trying to decide whether to put leaves on it or not.  I may still do that, but for now, this is what it looks like.

4 comments:

Aldora said...

Heckle enjoyed meeting her is a gorgeous cat. Your blog is very interesting.
I'm like a little taste of things to make several cakes pachtwork crochet.
A hug
Aldora

Robin said...

Hi Sharon,

I love your crochet cushion. I think leaves would add to it even more, but it's also pretty just the way it is. You did a great job! Thanks for sharing it.

blazebratcher said...

Hi Sharon! I hope you are well! I don't know if I answered your question on my blog so long ago, so I thought I would write you just in case! For my fabric pieces, I used regular old glue sticks. :) I tried some fancy fabric adhesives, but they ended up ruining some of my more delicate laces and linens. I've had to do the slightest touch ups, but it has been worth it to get the perfect amount of glue on such tiny pieces! Thank you for your question, and apologies for not getting back to you sooner!

xo,
Blaze

Paula said...

Oh, Sharon- that is so pretty! I think the vintage ones are wonderful too- it reminds me of the ones my Grandomother used to make.