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⭐  Doily Designs Cranberry Pineapple  Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern One of a kind tree skirt is an eye catching take on the classic vintage pineapple design, with an antique, old fashion charm, in a new chunky  modern,  Bohemian  style. To have a tree skirt made especially for you, please visit Doily Designs on  Etsy  or  Amazon .   If you  crochet  and would like to create this tree skirt in your own fashion, please visit one of the following;  Etsy ,  Ravelry ,  Lovecrafts , and  Amazon .  Here you will find Doily Designs, Cranberry Pineapple Christmas Tree Skirt  Pattern  in  original 43 inch ,  large 60 inch , or  two pattern bundle . 43 in tree skirt fits 5 ft - 8 ft trees. New Large Cranberry Pineapple Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern Large 60 in skirt fits 7.5 ft to 9 ft trees. Tree skirts have a slit down the back with drawstring center and tie closures. If you would like to share a tree skirt that you made, we would love to see! Please share on  Ravelry , Etsy, Facebook or
July 2015

In the mood to crochet!!!
We just moved into our new house   :)
It is amazing and gives me so much inspiration for crocheting.
So I am going to start writing here to share what I experience on my journey.

I am up here in my craft room and organizing yarns and it is so fun! 
Here, I have my own studio now, which is so very helpful for organizing.          
As I am unpacking all this yarn, inspiration leaves me itching to crochet!!!

Crochet is a great way to let out a little expression, to focus your concentration & when you are done, a sense of accomplishment. Crochet is just good for the mind, body & soul. As well as others seem to like the outcome.

There seems to be more yarn than I realized, which is always a good thing. So I am off to start a project for our new home.

Since there is so much unpacking to do I’ve started small, I made coasters & covered 3 rocks that the kids and me found on a walk exploring on our land. 



And coasters :)


This is a really cute coaster pattern you can find several versions if you google free crochet coasters. I couldn't find the exact one I wanted so I just improvised. Still haven't unpacked my patterns yet.  And the internet is not great out here in the country. Still getting use to that.

Wimberley is beautiful, though! And I do not miss the traffic and noise of Austin.
Here is a view from our back balcony. We just love our view and our new house :D



Maybe next I’ll do soap holders for the kids, They love scrubbies & are always asking me to crochet them something. This might make us all happy :)

Thank you for stopping by!
Best wishes & Happy crocheting!!




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