Cutest Little Drawstring Tote. A perfect accessory for any outfit.
Flap Hat and matching mittens.
Donated to The Shoebox Charity for Needy children.
|Hemp Peacesign Necklace.|
One of my most requested items!
|Gothic Hemp Cross with Glass Beads.|
Custom order for a friend.
Custom school logo afghan. Donated to Sycamore Creek Elementary for 2010 fundraiser
|Rasta Hat and Cabled Scarf. Beautiful design in a bulky yarn.|
Angels Abound. Custom designed in 2009. Made in natural hemp.
Faux Suede fringed Bag. Designed in 2002 Fully lined in an animal print.
|Flap Hat and matching mittens|
Donated to the Shoebox Charity for needy children.
|Totebags with black and white tapestry. Designed in 2008. ||Child's Poncho with matching doll or bear poncho. Designed for my daughter back in 2002.||Black Nylon Purse with Silver Rings and Flap closure. Designed in 2006 for personal use.|
Sun visor, fully adjustable, made of 100% cotton. I designed this last month, Jan. 2010 for the hopefully warm weather to come.
|Small lampshade cover. Designed in 1999 on a whim. I love the one I made for my master bedroom.|
NC State Fair Blue Ribbon winner. I designed my personalized baby blanket for a client and loved it so much I made another and entered it into the Fair.
This is Howard. He is wearing the Leaf Peeper hat featured in the Fall 2009 issue of Interweave Crochet magazine.
1994, when I was playing with alot of color combinations
|Dani trying to learn how to crochet in 2002. Having a good time even though she didn't catch on.|
|Old Glory. I designed this afghan back in 2004, when my son was interested in my military memorabilia. I made it for him.||Multi-colored hemp makes this peace sign necklace rock!|
Blue Ribbon Winner. I entered this design in the NC State Fair 2009. My mom has custody of it now!
Sporty Baseball Hat. Made in a cotton blend, durable and gorgeous.
Cotton Brimmed Beret. The lovely multi-colored cotton make this a wonderful accessory.
|Over 100 donated. This is the brimmed beret donated to womans shelters in the Raleigh area.|
|Scarf for all seasons. A beautiful alpaca mohair blend in a steamy magenta create luxury.||A menagerie of scarves I designed, displayed at a craft show in 2009.|
One of my favorite designs. I had a muse when the creative juices were flowing. 1993.
|Another version of my personalized afghan design. This one for a baby girl.||Giant Dreamcatcher.|
This is not crocheted; but it is one of my creations . It is 4 feet in diameter.
|Skull caps are all the rage for the teens. This is a variation of my flap hat pattern.|
|Baseball Anyone? This comfy cotton hat hits a home run, available in any color combo.||Cowboys fan I am not, I do not judge too harshly those that are. I made this beanie and scarf set for a friend who is a true blue (and silver) fan.||Days of Yore. This candy cane hat was inspired by the hat I wore as a child in the 70's.|
|Special order. You will be seeing these hats again come the Fall.||Aran afghan. Donated to Hilburn Elementary for Fund raiser in 2005.||Warm and fuzzy. This afghan was designed for a dear friend. Her cats love it too!|
|Summer is almost here. This lovely tank can go anywhere. ||Wire and crochet do go together. I made this necklace for a very dear friend.||Poncho with some class. I designed this one back in 2006. |
|A small sampling of my jewelry. I've been playing with wire to create pendants to go on my hand-crocheted chains.||Tam and scarf. Always a hit with the ladies. I made quite a few sets for friends and family.||Stocking Cap anyone?Just when I said earlier this month, "These hats will be in this Fall," I got an order for six.|
|Newborn stocking cap, how cute can you get?||I love you! Copper wire and crochet, along with some sculpting make a beautiful piece of jewelry.||Wine sleeve! Made for an "Old Fart" it also happens to be the name of the wine.|
|Wire and natural stone, the recipient loves it!||1991, this was designed with a painting I own as the inspiration. "Touchstone"||Stocking cap! What else is there to say?|
|1993, loved the squares and used as many color combo's as I could find.||Bowtie Bill, a true Chevy Man. The afghan was designed especially for him.||A project in artistry and crochet. 1989.|