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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

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Meet Llommy, sweet little llama mommy plushie 😍.


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Llommy was inspired by these
 crochet Llama appliquΓ©s designed by Jen of Nella's Cottage. You can purchase the pattern here at Nella's Cottage on Etsy. They are so adorable!
(Pictured below.) 


When I finished my first one, I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to put it on. A bag for my tablet, kept coming to mind, or perhaps a pillow. Although any of those would be great, the llama was so cute, I couldn’t bare sewing it to something, so, it ended up a plushie.  

And Llommy was born.  


🌺❤️🌿Llommy, out enjoying the Spring flowers πŸŒΊ❤️πŸŒΏπŸ¦™


To make the llama plushie, you will first need llama appliquΓ© pattern by
Nella's CottageI made two of the body and neck. Just a circle for the head without the shells. Then sewed them together on the row before the shells around the body first and filled with fiberfill as I went up the neck to the head and back down to the body. For the legs, my daughter and I decided the "floppy" legs were good. So they are one layer for the brown and 2 layers for the black. Two layers for the black for added weight and cuteness. For the blanket, I made an oval instead of a half circle, to drape over Llommy's back. The blanket is only tacked down because I want to be able to change colors with the mood.  Same with the bridle, which is tied in a bow in the back. A really fun project. More notes at the bottom....

This little llama sure makes me smile! :)


Now back to making one for my tablet case. ;)
Happy crocheting!


🌺❤️🌿Thank you for stopping by! 🌺❤️πŸŒΏπŸ¦™



Notes on Llommy;
Llommy has a tail on mine, which you can kind of see in the first picture, but after adding it, I can see why Jen of Nella's Cottage did not add a tail to her pattern. The tail is not necessary, it is adorable without it!









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