Saturday, October 25, 2014

Jewelry Rain Drop - Украшение Капелька :)

Here it is gift-order for my aunt. White 100% cotton, Hook 6/1.65mm.
as the sky opens up
to let the rain drops fall
look up and smile...
taste the cold rain
a gift like magic
water just falling out of the sky
like a miracle.
as the sky opens up
and melts...
letting all its rain drops
just fall away
like velvet.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Keychains :)

Here it is first order: 2 black cats, one keychain and one 3ins tall.

All keychains made from 100% cotton Aunt Lydia's Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10.
Hook 6/1.65mm
 Fun Dolphin Facts.Check out these fun dolphin facts. Learn about different types of dolphins, how they communicate with each other and much more.
Read on and enjoy these interesting facts about dolphins.
Compared to other animals, dolphins are believed to be very intelligent.
  •  Dolphins are carnivores (meat eaters).
  •  The Killer Whale (also known as Orca) is actually a type of dolphin.
  •  Bottlenose dolphins are the most common and well known type of dolphin.
  •  Female dolphins are called cows, males are called bulls and young dolphins are called calves.
  •  Dolphins live in schools or pods of up to 12 individuals.
  • Dolphins often display a playful attitude which makes them popular in human culture. They can be seen jumping out of the water, riding waves, play fighting and occasionally interacting with humans swimming in the water.
  •  Dolphins use a blowhole on top of their heads to breathe.
  •  Dolphins have excellent eyesight and hearing as well as the ability to use echolocation for finding the exact location of objects.
  •  Dolphins communicate with each other by clicking, whistling and other sounds.
  •  Some dolphin species face the threat of extinction, often directly as a result of human behavior. The Yangtze River Dolphin is an example of a dolphin species which may have recently become extinct.
  •  Some fishing methods, such as the use of nets, kill a large number of dolphins every year.

  • Friday, August 1, 2014

    Crochet Blue Bear

    How did toy bears come to be named after President Theodore Roosevelt?

    Crochet Tiger Lilies :)

    What the Tiger Lily Means: 

    The tiger lily is a type of lily that represents wealth.  It’s probably because of the spots on its petals that can be taken to look like coins or money. But simply by its looks, not a few find the tiger lily pretty special. Giving a tiger lily to someone you love (especially in the past) means that you have much money to spend that you can buy something so special.

    The tiger lily also symbolizes pride because of its vivacious color. Although many flowers have vibrant colors like the tiger lily. Indeed, compared with many other blossoms, tiger lily can be more stunning and dazzling. Keep in mind that the meaning of “pride” in the tiger lily has a positive connotation which is confidence – and not vanity or arrogance.

    Nobility is also often associated with tiger lily and this is the reason why this flower is also a symbol of wealth

    Crochet Deer :0

     Fun Deer Facts:
    Check out our range of fun deer facts. Learn about deer antlers, what a young deer is called and much more.
    Read on and enjoy a variety of interesting information about deer.

    Deer are part of the Cervidae family that include moose, reindeer, elk and other species.
  • Male deer grow new antlers each year.
  • Animals such as antelope resemble deer in a number of ways but have horns instead of antlers, the difference being that horns are not grown and replaced like antlers are.
  • During the mating season male deer will often use their antlers to fight for the attention of female deer.
  • Many species of deer have been hunted over the years for their antlers.
  • A male deer is usually called a ‘buck’.
  • A large male deer is often called ‘stag’.
  • A female deer is usually called a ‘doe’.
  • A young deer is usually called a ‘fawn’.
  • A group of deer is known as a ‘herd’.
  • Crochet Golf Keychain :)

    Did You Know? 25 Golf Fun Facts

    As one of the world’s oldest sports, golf’s history is rich and varied. Although its origins are widely disagreed upon, the game has undoubtedly left an indelible imprint on society.
    In celebration of golf’s past and present, The Daily Tee has compiled a list of 25 of the game’s most unusual, awe-inspiring, and just plain weird facts. Enjoy!
    1) Breaking Barriers – Long before Annika Sorenstam competed in the 2003 Bank of America Colonial, Babe Zaharias became the first – and only – female golfer to make the cut at a PGA TOUR event, shooting 76 and 81 during the first two rounds of the 1945 Los Angeles Open.
    2) Break Needed – One of the world’s most popular actors, Samuel L. Jackson, is also an avid golfer. In fact, the star of flicks like “Pulp Fiction” and “Django Unchained,” has a contract clause to play golf twice a week whenever he films movies.
    3) Fortune Teller? – Prior to the 1957 Masters, Doug Ford not only predicted his victory, but his winning score of 283 as well. Sure enough, Ford’s projections came true, as he was fitted for his only green jacket. Perhaps Ford is a distant cousin of Nostradamus?
    4) Nearly Impossible – Is there anything that matches the feeling one has when they make a hole-in-one? How about two in one round? Recently, Oakland University’s Kassandra Komma did just that, recording two ones on her scorecard in nine holes. But, the odds are incredibly low, at one in 64 million!
    5) Splash! – Every year, roughly 125,000 balls are hit into the water surrounding TPC Sawgrass’ world-renowned island green 17th hole. During the 2013 Players Championship, 44 balls were lost. But two errant shots received more media coverage than any other. Attempting to capture his second Players Championship, Sergio Garcia carded an untimely quadruple bogey seven at the 17th on Sunday, losing two balls – and the tournament – in the process.
    More here:

    Crochet Fruit Bucket :)


    • Two pounds of apples make on 9 – inch pie.
    • 2,500 varieties of apples are grown in the United States.
    • 7,500 varieties of apples are grown throughout the world.
    • Apples are fat, sodium and cholesterol free.
    • A medium apple is about 80 calories.
    • Apples ripen 6 to 10 times faster at room temperature than if they were refrigerated.
    • Don’t peel your apple. Two-thirds of the fiber and lots of antioxidants are found in the peel. Antioxidants help to reduce damage to cells, which can trigger some diseases.
    • National Apple Month is the only national, generic apple promotion conducted in the United States. Originally founded in 1904 as National Apple Week, it was expanded in 1996 to a three-month promotional window from September-November
    • 25% of an apple is air, which is why they float.
    • The largest apple ever picked weighed three pounds, two ounces.
    • The apple tree originated in an area between the Caspian and the Black Sea.

    Crochet Elmo :)

    Elmo is a Muppet character on the children's television show Sesame Street. He is a furry red monster with a falsetto voice, who hosts the last full fifteen-minute segment on Sesame Street, "Elmo's World", which is aimed at toddlers. He was most often puppeteered by Kevin Clash. Following Clash's resignation in late 2012, he has been puppeteered by Ryan Dillon.
    Elmo is self-described as three-and-a-half years old and his birthday is on February 3. Elmo characteristically avoids pronouns, referring to himself in the third person (e.g. "Elmo wants this" instead of, "I want this"). Sesame Street staff writer Nancy Sans once described Elmo's origins: "There was this extra red puppet lying around and the cast would pick him up sometimes and try to create a personality, but nothing seemed to materialize."
    The puppet, originally known as "Baby Monster", was performed by Caroll Spinney and Jerry Nelson in the background of episodes from the early 1970s, Brian Muehl from 1979 to 1981, and Richard Hunt from 1981 to 1984. Sans continues that " day [in 1984], Kevin Clash, a talented puppeteer, raised him up and brought energy and life into Elmo and from that day forward we would all write for Elmo. Kevin's performance inspired the writers to develop Elmo's character". John Tartaglia, Matt Vogel, and Jim Martin have all been secondary performers for the character, providing movement for Elmo's arms and legs, particularly in green-screen shots.
    Alongside Cookie Monster, Elmo has appeared in The Furchester Hotel, where he is taking an extended stay because of his fascination with the Furchester Hotel. His father Louie is the brother of Funella Furchester.

    Crochet mouse

    15 Fun and Interesting Facts about Cheese
    By PositiveMed-Team
    Edited By: Stephanie Dawson
    Cheese is one of the most loved and consumed foods around the world. Its a general term used to describe various milk-based products. Here are some facts that you may not know about cheese.
    Fact 1
    There is no exact information regarding the origin of cheese, archaeological studies have shown the origin of cheese dates as far back as 6000 BC. Studies also show that during that era cheese was made from cow’s milk and goats in Mesopotamia.
    Fact 2
    There are more than 2000 varieties of cheese available worldwide, mozzarella is the favorite around the globe, and the most consumed.
    Fact 3
    People of Greece are the largest consumers of cheese worldwide. An average person from Greece consumes around 27.3 kg of cheese every year, about ¾ of which is feta cheese.
    Fact 4
    Pizza Hut is the largest cheese-using fast food giant, it uses approximately 300 million pounds of cheese annually, mostly on pizza.
    Fact 5
    Cheese production around the globe is more than the combined worldwide production of coffee, tobacco, tea, and cocoa beans.
    More here:

    Crochet chocolate cake & apple cake

    41 Delicious Facts About Chocolate That You Probably Didn’t Know

    1. There is a correlation between the amount of chocolate a country consumes on average and the number of Nobel Laureates that country has produced.
    2. A jewel thief made off with $28 million dollars of gems in 2007 because he was able to gain the trust of the guards working the bank in Antwerp, Belgium, by repeatedly offering them chocolate.
    3. The blood in Psycho’s famous shower scene was actually chocolate syrup.
    4. At one point the Nazis plotted to assassinate Winston Churchill with an exploding bar of chocolate.
    More here:

    Snowman & German Shepherd :)

    How to Make a Snowman
    1. Select a suitable place. ...
    2. Make a small snowball. ...
    3. Pack more snow onto the snowball until it is big enough. ...
    4. Build another ball on top of the body. ...
    5. Use the side of a shovel or a smaller implement to smooth the sides of the snowman.
    6. Decorate the packed snowman.

    Crochet Tasmanian Devil :)

    Hi everyone :)
    Looked through my old work & saw this Tasmanian devil
    which I made few years ago.
    A guess forgot to show here on my blog.
    Size approximately 12in tall.
    Yarn chocolate brown, beige, white, red & black.
    Made by picture above :)

    Saturday, July 5, 2014

    Crochet Keychain Cat

    The domestic cat (Latin: Felis catus) or the feral cat (Latin: Felis silvestris catus) is a small, typically furry, carnivorous mammal. They are often called house cats when kept as indoor pets or simply cats when there is no need to distinguish them from other felids and felines. Cats are often valued by humans for companionship and for their ability to hunt vermin. There are more than 70 cat breeds; different associations proclaim different numbers according to their standards.
    Made by my friend sketch.

    Crochet Keychain Cow

    Random and interesting facts about cows

    At first glance, cows might seem to be simple animals, but they’re not! Cows are fascinating animals. For instance did you know that cows can smell something up to 6 miles away, or that cows can produce 125 lbs. of saliva in one day. Here’s a list of interesting facts:
    1. Cows are social animals, and they naturally form large herds. And like people, they will make friends and bond to some herd members, while avoiding others
    2. Cows are red-green colorblind. In a bullfight, its the waving of the cape that attracts the bull not the red color
    3. A cow’s heart beats between 60 and 70 beats per minute
    4. Cows can hear lower and higher frequencies better than humans.

    Crochet doll from knitting version.

     I made this doll long ago. I saw knitting doll and wanted to make, although, I am good at crochet than knitting. I still tried and done it. It was made as gift. Size approximately 6in.      
    A doll is a model of a human being, often used as a toy for children. Dolls have traditionally been used in magic and religious rituals throughout the world, and traditional dolls made of materials such as clay and wood are found in the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe. The earliest documented dolls go back to the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome.