Saturday, 22 October 2016

The French Connection Square


























South Africa is a fascinating country. Our food and ethnic cultures, so incredibly diverse. It’s almost impossible to round up all these influences into one “South African Identity”. Many of us know that here is where it all began, well the roots of man/womankind and that through the millennia many of us gradually migrated ever northwards and eventually into Europe. Now, some of us are back, and boy do we have some stories to tell! There's a little more to this tale in my new pattern



I hope you enjoy this new pattern as much as I enjoyed designing and making it! :D Oh I do love frilly, flowery, lacy things! 

Much love, always and may the crochet bug never stop biting you!

DOWNLOAD FREE PATTERN HERE



9 comments:

  1. This is really pretty, thank you for your sharing the pattern

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  2. You're welcome, Robbie! Thank you. :-)

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  3. Oh my, this one is so very beautiful too... I need more hours in my day (and less destractions) to make all these wonderful squares. And to think I never made any squares, LOL!

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    1. Hahaa...time! I always say if I had 200 years more it's still not enough time to crochet everything I want to! It's why I make Squares, at least there is a possibility of finishing something! :D

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  4. Ohhhh... You put it in the trash? I'm sorry and so sad! A truly beautiful square.

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    1. Hi again, Maschelle! :D I'm sorry, I'm confused? Put it in the trash? I've tested the Link and it seems to be working normally. Let me know if you have a problem still with the link? I can always email it to you. :) xx

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    1. Hi there! I have checked this Link several times now, and it is connecting. Please check which app you are using to open files? If you're still having a ptoblem let me know?

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  6. Thank you so much for this beautiful pattern. I have found so many beautiful patterns on your site, and I do so enjoy the little stories you tell about your homeland. You are a very talented & gracious young lady. Thank you, again. for sharing with us.
    Lisa in Alabama, USA

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