Saturday, November 6, 2010

Crocheted Flower Pins

Hi!  I haven't blogged in a while.  At least Cheryl got to post more projects.  Yay!!  I've been busy crocheting trying to get some Xmas presents done.  I made these little crocheted flower pins and followed the pattern found on the Lion Brand Yarn website.  You have to register to see the pattern but it's free.  The pattern number is L0134AD if you're interested.  All the yarn is from Lion Brand as well.

I bought the pins from Ben Franklin a couple years ago but never even opened the package!  So I'm glad I got to use these pins.  I used some leftover PTI kraft paper, punched holes on either side and slipped the pins in. 

I used my hot glue gun to glue the flower onto the pin.  I hope they don't fall off.

Finished packaging.  I tied on a little label, all PTI except the brown baker's twine is Martha Stewart.  The flowers were relatively fast to crochet but there were lots of little mini steps involved.  But still a quick and cute little gift or stocking stuffer.

Thanks for reading!  Hope you're having a great weekend!  

4 comments:

Cheryl said...

Wow, that's a lot of flowers! So pretty! Nice packaging too!

donna mikasa said...

Cute hairpins! Love the colors you chose for the flowers, too! Great stocking stuffers...

Heidi said...

Unni, these are so cuute!!! :)

Sunghee said...

wow, unni! u r amazing! these are amazing! And love the packaging, too!