#Crochet_Tutorial - "Lovely little pointed triangle edging! Great for sweater and sleeve hems, blankets, bags, etc. This is really easy to do. It would be very effective in a variegated yarn too! #KnittingGuru ** http://www.KnittingGuru.etsy.com
Five Pointed Star Doily - from Free Vintage Crochet - Wouldn't this make a great insertion on a sweatshirt, or on the outside of a pocket? How about several doilies of around the same size applied to the outide of an article of clothing?
Make a magic ring. Ch 5, 3 tr in ring, ch 5, sl st in ring, ch 5, 3tr in ring, ch5, sl st in ring. Cut yarn leaving a tail at least a few inches long. Sew end through the first ch stitch at the very beginning and finish off. You create the center of the bow by wrapping the two ends under and then back over the bow a few times until you are satisfied. You may prefer to create a chain of stitches to wrap around the bow instead. Finish off and weave in ends. I like to leave the ends in…
Border Edging pattern by Little Dove Designs. Blanket of Daisies pattern by Tillie Tulip. Photo tutorial for starting the daisy here http://tillietulip.blogspot.com/2012/06/to-beg-chain-ch-5-and-join-to-form.html Photo tutorial for adding rounds to the daisy here http://tillietulip.blogspot.com/2012/06/adding-rounds-to-daisy.html