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Spring is in the air

... At least, it was in the air, yesterday,
when I crocheted these tulips.

ByHaafner, crochet, tulips, pastel and white





















But now, with today's grey weather,
it would be more suitable for me
to be crocheting cats & dogs.

But I'm not moaning. :-)
Whatever the weather might be:
Have a wonderful, loving weekend.



PS. The pattern is from Redheart, click here for the link.
Happy crocheting!

35 comments:

  1. What lovely flowers all in a row, beautifully crocheted :)

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  2. I saw this pattern the other day, and I wanted to try it too! The colors you chose are simpley beautiful!

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  3. Beautiful spring flowers, what are you making?

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  4. Wow, that's really beatiful!

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  5. Really nice. I have used these stitches before but not changing colors, this way it really looks like tulips ! Well done !

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  6. I love your pictures and colors, I'm you follower 100 !
    Unfortunately my pictures are taken with my Nokia mobile as I don't have a proper camera.
    Lovely blog !

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    1. Welcome, it's so lovely to have you here!

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  7. I love spring and love your tulips

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  8. I love your version of the tulips in a row. Very pretty! :)

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  9. Really nice !
    Now, we are wainting for spring !!

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  10. I love this!! I need to whip up some tulips of my own! Were did you find such a lovely pattern?

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  11. This is a lovely project,beautiful....well done.Love it.Good job!

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  12. I love this design! Very sweet and simple -- lovely.

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  13. So adorable and such a sweet pattern! xo Heather

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  14. This is so lovely... Can you please tell me were i can find the pattern??

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  15. nou ja zeg... Ik zie dat je Nederlands bent :). Is het mogelijk dat je me wilt vertellen waar je dat prachtige tulppatroontje vandaan hebt? Ik krijg er helemaal zin in met de lente in aantocht..;).
    Alvast bedankt! carool36@gmail.com

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    1. ;-) Welkom!
      Het patroon kun je hier vinden: http://redheart.com/free-patterns/flowers-row en ik heb het ook toegevoegd aan mijn oorspronkelijke berichtje.
      Veel plezier met het maken!

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  16. i love it ,so simple ,so fresh .where could i find the pattern,so lovely,xo,zohreh

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  17. Hello everyone,

    It's lovely to read your sweet comments. Thanks for taking the time to comment! I'm happy you enjoy the tulips. :-)

    You can find the pattern here: http://redheart.com/free-patterns/flowers-row
    I also added this link to the blogpost.

    Since some of you were wondering: I'm not completely sure what I'm making, yet. ;-) Probably some kind of doily, but maybe I make something bigger with this pattern too, because it is rather cheerful.

    Anyways: happy crocheting!
    (And I'd love to see your tulips!)

    xHaafner

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  18. very cute model, thanks for sharing....

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  19. Wow! What a pretty design, thanks for sharing the link :)

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  20. So nice! Lovely spring idea! :) Jolana

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  21. Your post has inspired me on creating the scarf http://bashmachoksworld.blogspot.ru/2013/02/scarf-tulips.html
    Thanks a lot!!

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  22. This is so sweet. I've got a friend ready to pop in a couple of months. A wonderful springtime blanket for the little girl on her way!

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    1. That's so cool! Happy crocheting!

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  23. What kind of yarn did you use for the tulip crochet? It looks like a smaller gauge than what Red Heart suggests and I think it's much prettier.

    Susan (SSteinick@aol.com)

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    1. Thank you Susan! It's Rio Cotton, but I don't know the exact colour numbers. I will look it up & post them here this weekend.
      Haafner

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  24. What colors did you use -- I like them alot better than the ones on the redheart pattern. Really pretty

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    1. Hi Rebecca,

      Thanks, I'm glad you like the colours! It's Rio Cotton, I don't have the numbers available right now, but I will look it up for you and post them here this weekend.

      All best,

      Haafner

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  25. Did you ever post what colors you used? They are so much prettier than the ones Red Heart used in the picture on their pattern.

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