Crocheted Flower Numbers, Conker with Shell; Flower Bunch

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At Wednesday Link Party 387 we featured these pretty Crocheted Flower Numbers from @mayakuzman (Little Treasures), a Conker with Shell from @ginxcraft (knitting pattern) and a Flower Bunch from @wildfirestitches (*free embroidery pattern available to download from D.M.C.).

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This Week at Party 387 we feature projects from Little Treasures, Ginx Craft and Wildfire Stitches

  1. Crocheted Flower Numbers | Little Treasures
  2. Conker with Shell | Ginx Craft
  3. Flower Bunch | Wildfire Stitches

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At Wednesday Link Party 387 we featured Crocheted Flower Numbers from @mayakuzman (Little Treasures), a Conker with Shell from @ginxcraft (knitting pattern) and a Flower Bunch from @wildfirestitches

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Crochet Flower Numbers - Link Party 387

Crocheted Flower Numbers

To celebrate Eva's 20th, Maya has created these beautiful crocheted flower numbers. Pop by her blog to take a look and to get the free Vintage Crochet Heart Bunting pattern.

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Conker with Shell - Link Party 387

Conker with Shell

Ginx Craft has knit this Conker with Shell for a customer. She has a pattern available for you to make your own, visit her blog for the pattern link.

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Flower Bunch - Link Party 387

Flower Bunch

This pretty Flower Bunch Embroidery project was completed by Wildfire Stitches. I love all the different flowers in this pattern. Pop by her blog for all the details.

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  1. Thanks for featuring my conker and shell. I’ve posted the feature on my facebook page and linked back to you.