Friday, August 20, 2010

Crochet keeper notebook for patterns

This will be used to keep patterns I learn and obtain from either the internet or the Wed Crochet group.

The cover is actually pieces of chipboard that I cut from a Wheat Thin box. Perfect size. I took notebook paper and trimmed it to size and placed inside the covers.
I punched the binder ring holes with my Crop-A-Dile
I added a border using Martha Stewart punch.
Tied various yarn and ribbon to the binder rings.
Added a couple inked Tim Holtz Adage Tickets
Created my own hat pin and weaved it through a couple crochet flowers I made.
Added some pearls to the border strip. Attached the flowers to a Tim Holtz swivel clip.

Used my Cuttlebug to die cut the swirls and added mini pearls as accents.
Entering this in the Cuttlebug Challenge called "Be Inspired #97 Book it" and One stop Craft Challenge - not a card.


BettyBee said...

Sheryl, Lovely project!! So happy you have created a book that you will be using and enjoying! I love the gorgeous pin that you made. Perfect with the crocheted flower! Thsnks for being with us at Cuttlebug Challenge!

Michele said...

Such a pretty way to organize!

ladyjanet_56 said...

Such a pretty book, lovely colour combo, DP & embellishments, thanks for joining in at OSCC, Janet

Sandee said...

What a smart idea! Love your book, I think it's cool that you used a Wheat Thin box!!!! Thanks for playing in Cuttlebug challenge!

Helen Dooley said...

This is an amazing project. I could use one. Thanks for playing along on PCC this week.

Audrey Frelx said...

Very nice and what a great idea!

Ladybug said...

Absolutely stunning. Love the hat pin and everything else! TFS! :-)

Court said...

Fantastic project! Thank you so much for participating in the Cuttlebug Challenge this week! I'm a novice knitter and really want to learn to crochet!

HappyExpressions said...

Beautiful! Great idea for the patterns.