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Bubbles, puffs, flowers, all the things that stand out and charm the viewer with a simple glimpsecrochet flower

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#ColorKeeper pillow

A wonderful crocheted pillow case, both to make, have or give, made with fresh looking colors.

My #ColorKeeper pillow pattern & step-by-step tutorial is finally available.

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The pattern is very detailed. It has 18 pages, more than 40 photos, detailed instructions on how to make flower square, how to join the squares and how to make a back with envelope opening. The pattern is written using U.S. crochet terms, and it’s available only in English.

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If you like the pillow case, the pattern is available here. If you have any questions or difficulties with the pattern, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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Oh, Scraps!

There is nothing worse than wasted material! Do your scraps just piling up? Well, it’s time to use all of those little bits of yarn and bring them into play.

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I decided to make a warm, cozy, colorful blanket with all my leftover yarn. This is an official announcement (in case I change my mind). Follow my progress. I would love to follow yours. #crochetyarnyoga

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Pattern testers needed!

#ColorKeeper granny square pattern is almost ready. I’ve now got the draft crochet pattern finished and I’d love you to test the pattern for me. It’s nice to have a second set of eyes to look over my work.

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Making the #ColorKeeper square is neither hard nor time consuming, requires a small amount of cotton yarn and 3mm crochet hook.

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I’m looking for a wide range of skill levels, so please feel free to submit, no matter what your skill level is.

Please have in mind that you should be comfortable with reading patterns, isn’t afraid to point out mistakes to me, you can take great photos of finished work. I mean not super professional or anything, just nice photos.


Of course you can keep pattern to yourself and has no problems with confidentiality. You are getting the pattern for free; please be respectful.

If you’d like to test the pattern please apply by leaving a comment below or send an email to with the following info:

– your name and way to contact you (preferably e-mail)

– your skill level

– examples of your work, or a link where I can see it.


In return for your feedback (I’d love to hear the good and the bad) on the pattern I’ll send you the finished pattern and any updates.

Would you like to help me out? I’d love to hear from you.

With love,


Update: Thank to all – I have my crochet companions. It was fast!