1. behindbobsburgers:

    Happy Easter! Make your own Bob’s Burgers egg holders.

    Hold your eggs as you watch a new episode, Sunday at 7!

    Easter bunnied to you by Hector Reynoso, Anthony Aguinaldo & Paige Garrison.

  2. podkins:

Nice little tutorial from Plus3Crochet re how to attach a zipper to your work.  Great tips!

    podkins:

    Nice little tutorial from Plus3Crochet re how to attach a zipper to your work.  Great tips!

    (via cajunmama)

  3. josettacay:

An easy pattern, but look how pretty.

    josettacay:

    An easy pattern, but look how pretty.

    granny square

  4. josettacay:

Gorgeous, yes?

Stashbuster much?  I love this!

    josettacay:

    Gorgeous, yes?

    Stashbuster much?  I love this!

  5. craftyallo:

podkins:

This is LOVELY work.Crochet Ripple Afghan with little flower edging by riavandermeulen on Flickr.

This is so pretty!

    craftyallo:

    podkins:

    This is LOVELY work.
    Crochet Ripple Afghan with little flower edging by riavandermeulen on Flickr.

    This is so pretty!

    (via allogurumi)

  6. rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Dolls’ Cardboard Bed Tutorial from hellobee here. Really easy DIY with  detailed pattern pieces at the link. First seen at Studio DIY here.

    rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

    DIY Dolls’ Cardboard Bed Tutorial from hellobee here. Really easy DIY with  detailed pattern pieces at the link. First seen at Studio DIY here.

  7. heartknit:

    Granny Square blankets = <3

    They’re a classic for a reason!

    …..stay tuned for other uses of granny squares!

    (via cajunmama)

  8. podkins:

Ooo.  So pretty.
Crochet loveliness by Jenny from The Writing Tree - which is now a closed blog.  Jenny now has a new active blog called NittyBits.
Jenny says that she was inspired by this picture on Flickr, and used this pattern of the Sunburst Granny Square (which I’ve blogged about before - a few times in fact!)
 

    podkins:

    Ooo.  So pretty.

    Crochet loveliness by Jenny from The Writing Tree - which is now a closed blog.  Jenny now has a new active blog called NittyBits.

    Jenny says that she was inspired by this picture on Flickr, and used this pattern of the Sunburst Granny Square (which I’ve blogged about before - a few times in fact!)

     

    (via cajunmama)