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🌟 Cranberry & Pineapple  Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt   Pattern This eye catching take on classic vintage Pineapple crochet design is a one of a kind tree skirt, that has both an antique feel with a modern, chunky style.  I am excited to share the Pineapple Christmas tree skirt with You!  This pattern is now available in my  Etsy  shop. Or, you can visit  Ravelry  and add your project! :) Tree skirts are also available for purchase, custom made, in my  Etsy  shop.  Now you can create your own heirloom tree skirt using the Cranberry & Pineapple Christmas tree skirt pattern.  If you would like to purchase a tree skirt already made in my  Etsy  shop, there are many colors you can choose from to fit your style. If you do not find your color, convo me for options. I am always happy to fill custom orders and thrilled to hear other peoples ideas. Whether you make your own or purchase one from me, I hope that you enjoy this t



Blarf Shoncho.... my Stashbuster Blarf as a Shirt Poncho.

  The Stashbuster Blarf, pictured below, is absolutely beautiful!  

Ever since I first saw the picture of the Stashbuster Blarf, I wanted to make one! For my idea, I did not use this pattern exactly, but it was a great inspiration and perfect for what I wanted to make.
The pattern is to make a "Blarf", a scarf but bigger, like a shawl. Which is great, but I am more a poncho girl. So I made 2 rectangles with various stitches, added a border, and joined it on the sides. Voila, you have a poncho, or is it a shirt? or a "Shoncho" 😆 My Blarf Shoncho!

With my yarn stash in hand, I started working up this "Shoncho".  I absolutely love the different yarns and yarn textures together! Mine uses mostly Caron Simply Soft and Yarn Bee Soft Secret, with some "I Love This Yarn".  

This join was before I found the beautiful Celtic Lace Join. I guess that I did something similar back then. The Celtic Lace Join has a very good tutorial for something similar to what you see here. This gives it an interesting touch on the shoulders.


I have been seeing many Shoncho type creations lately on Pinterest and I am liking this Shoncho name! 😉
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