If you have any questions about freeform crochet feel free to email
me. I would enjoy chatting with you about the love of this
View my online exhibitions at If
the Hat Fits Current Exhibit
View my free form bags at the A
Girl Can Never Have to Many Handbags Exhibit
Latest Free Form Bag made for an online exhibition located here
Free form crochet and knit shawl, made from 100% wool. Most of the
yarn I spun and dyed.
The newspaper was taped together to form a very basic pattern for me
to lay out my individual pieces.
A whimsical little God's Eye doll inspired by a Brownie meeting.
Garden Madness Front of Bag.
Garden Madness Back of Bag.
have finished my free form practice piece. Here is the link to
freeform piece. Below is a picture of what
you will create. This is a very small taste of what freeform is all
One color yarn free form scrumble challenge!! A challenge was proposed in a
group I belong to to make a scrumble from one color of yarn. It was a
challenge and I loved it. The mustard color I worked with is one of my
favorites. Does this look like a fish to you??
Free form Hat ..... Each row is a different colored yarn and
The above hat was made using wool needlepoint yarn that I bought at
a thrift store. It was already cut into 2 foot pieces. I tied the
pieces together randomly and then free form crocheted this hat.
Ugly yarns were exchanged in a group I belong too and this is
what I came up with, Isnt it amazing? Ugly can become beautiful!
This Pillow below is made in colors that I don't like. Red pink and
all the colors in between! I enjoyed making this but cant wait
to get back to my earth tones :)
This is one side of the pillow.
The other side of the pillow. It measures about 12 inches long by 9
An amulet bag made for my mom for Mother's Day.
An Amulet bag that I made from yarn that I received from a very
gracious overseas friend. There are small beads crocheted into the
This necklace and pin are made with size 4 DMC thread, I also used
wire and beads in this piece. The pin has straight bullions and the
necklace has bent bullions.
Below is a pattern that I designed, The bag is very easy to make and there are only
three different scrumbles ( small free form pieces) used on the outside
of the bag. The reason why the scrumbles look so different is because
I used all different weights of yarn but the same size hook. The
green vines are made on an I-cord knitter or a knitting knobby. Here
is some info how you use this item. http://www.caron-net.com/mar00files/mar00kid.html
Close up of the blue scrumbled flowers and vines on my bag.