My 2016 crochet projects


Hello crafters!

I’ve been inspired by a few of you to go over all the projects I’ve finished in 2016. I’ll divide it in two parts, today for crochet and Friday for cross stitch.

In total, last year, I have finished 29 crochet projects, including 7 amigurumi, 5 blankets, 3 shawls, 2 baskets, 2 pairs of earrings, 2 doilies, 2 dice bags, 1 tea cosy, 1 beanie, 1 pair of slippers, 1 jumper, 1 cowl and 1 crochet case.


Even though some of these projects are quite small, I’m actually pretty impressed with how much stuff I’ve made this year 🙂 Here is to another year filled with craft and keep tuned for the cross stitch finishes on Friday!




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12 responses to “My 2016 crochet projects

  1. Wow, that’s a lot of completed projects! Great work!

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  2. All gorgeous! Loving that cowl up front , looking forward to seeing your stitching ones

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  3. That’s a lot of amazing work 😀
    Making me wish I could finally get off my butt and make something too.

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  4. Fantastic work, Emma! That’s quite a lot of finished things! Wishing you a lot more yarny goodness this year 🙂

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  5. Nice job! I am so jealous, all of your completed projects is about the same as the number of work in progress projects I have LOL. Every flat surface in my house seems to have a half done sweater, blanket, scarf or hat on it.

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    • Thanks! And don’t worry, I have so many wips hiding in my house as well! I’m trying to tackle all my unfinished projects this year and I’ll be blogging about them later this week 🙂 you are definitely not alone!


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