Saturday, 25 August 2012

Centerpiece


Hi !
I do crochet once or twice a week after dinner while watching TV and I’d like to show y’all a centerpiece which I’ve finished recently.

                                    

                                          
I loved crocheting this piece because it’s a combination of filet and pineapples and this pattern is from an Ondori book.I think I should stop crocheting doilies until I block all the pieces ...
Have a wonderful weekend!
Happy stitching!
Anita.

10 comments:

My Little Corner said...

Wow it's stunning! I don't think I could do that with the TV on , I think I'd really need to concentrate so I didn't lose my place. It definitely is fabulous - an heirloom treasure for sure (even if you keep it for yourself!)

Leelagovind said...

i dont know what to say..im speechless!!!!!how do you have such infinite patience to work on such intricate and elaborate patterns?hmmmmm..SUPERB!thanks for sharing..

l'alternativa said...

Molto bello Anita, fino a qualche anno fa lavoravo solo ad uncinetto ed ho fatto tantissimi lavori, forse col tempo mostrerò qualcosa sul blog. Baci
Emi

deanna7trees said...

love the pineapple stitch. haven't done it in a long time. beautiful job.

ina said...

Your crochet looks like a pattern out of the Ondori book.Mine never turn out this perfect.

isseelan said...

Looking adorable Anita. I too have tried some pineapple patterns. But never turned out good. After seeing this I want to try it again and I have downloaded a pattern that includes pineapple in a doily. Let me see how it comes out. What is blocking in crochet?

Shami Immanuel.
www.shamiatcraft.blogspot.com

Preeti said...

Nice work Anita! I liked especially the corners, having rounded ones for a rectangle or square pattern gives a different look.

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crazyQstitcher said...

Anita you are very talented.
Your paintings are so lovely and the crochet beautiful. It is nice to see a rectangle form.

Cynthia said...

Beautiful work, Anita. I enjoy thread crochet, but I've never attempted something this big and complex.

Anonymous said...

very beautiful work.