Sunday, November 28, 2010

Crochet Apple

I really enjoyed making this lovely apple. Once found the pattern, I knew I could not wait. With a cup of coffee and a hook, I started right away. It turned out lovely, isn't it?
How nice it looks to be on a tree! I just love to give it to you all!
Oh, I nearly forgot, you can get the pattern here if you're interested in.

It's time I have to back to my knitting, I have just started and really love to learn.

Enjoy your Sunday, my lovelies!

See you soon, xxx

25 comments:

Raine and Sage said...

SOL you could sell this stuff! It's all so good!!

Clara said...

This is lovely and it is perfect for Christmas too!

Beansieleigh said...

This is so CUTE! I have a friend who collects apples, and I think this would be an adorable pincushion, you think?! I also like that this particular apple LOOKS like an apple and not just a ball!.. Hope you and yours are enjoying this holiday weekend! ~tina

lovestitch said...

Raine and Sage: Thanks for your lovely words, Sonia! I will think about that :)

lovestitch said...

Clara: Thank you so much for leaving me lovely comments! Yes it's perfect for Xmas too! :)

lovestitch said...

Beansieleigh: Yes I think so, it's perfect for a pincushion! Thank you! Hope you have a great weekend, too! ;)

Mopo said...

Ehi this apple is lovely!!! The smell of apples is just for Christmas! :)
And the lining of your punch is perfect! I'm not so good with the linings and with the zipper :) I love the buttons, so simple!
Hug you!
Mopo

susie said...

What a BEAUTY !!!
So lovely done ;)

Have a nice sunday , Susie

glor said...

The apple is beautifully done, and thank you for sharing the pattern. Your last post of the pouch, is wonderful. Your work is perfect. How lucky for your friend, you are very thoughtful.

Anita said...

Oh how sweet! Your stitches are absolutely perfect too! Thank you for sharing the link to the pattern my sweet friend.

♥Anita
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Josie said...

Very nice apple and lovely purse! You produce so many wonderful things. Good luck with your knitting. It's a challenge like anything new, but I know once you get it, you'll love it. I'm happy to help if you need it. xxx Josie

home made gorgeous said...

This apple is fabulous I love it! You've chosen a really gorgeous shade of red..:) Sarah

Cinzia said...

This apple is very very nice.
Bye Bye

PaisleyJade said...

It looks fab! Thanks for sharing the link - I've been wanting to make one!!!

carla66 said...

Hello!! your blog is very beautiful...bye bye from Italy...^-^

Penelope said...

Oh what a beautiful ruby red apple, it almost looks edible. Such perfect neat stitches, thanks so much forsharing your lovely crochet, have a fabulous week ahead xox Penelope x

Ames and Tash said...

What a cute project. I can imagine a bowl of these apples sitting on my kitchen table. Adorable! Well done!

Luna said...

This apple looks perfect! Even more than those that you find in supermarket XD

I've just discoverded your fabulous crochet blog and...you just have one more new fan!
Have a nice day!!

Annemarie's Blog said...

Love your apple! It's so perfect!

Casey said...

I want to make one! and then make a cozy for it lol

Denise said...

Very cute. That would make a nice present for a teacher and she could keep it forever.

Teje said...

How lovely apple! It's so sweet and perfect also for this season! Thank's for giving the link! I love also your purse! Best wishes Teje

Terrie said...

It's so cute!

lovestitch said...

Thank you all ladies for your lovely words! I do appreciate!
Hope you all have a great weekend!
LoL, xxx

Fra said...

GNAM GNAM YOUR BEAUTIFUL APPLE!!!

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