HodgePodge Crochet is proud to be included in this month’s issue of Too Yarn Cute Crochet Magazine! For $4.99, you will find 23 Patterns worth over $90! The fall issue is packed with amazing patterns for Back To School, Thanksgiving, Fall … Continue reading
Peacock Baby has made its debut!! I’m so pleased with how this photo-shoot turned out and how ADORABLE this little one is all dressed up in beautiful peacock duds! I want to thank London’s Lens SO MUCH for her tireless dedication to … Continue reading
I’ve had a few new releases that need a home here at the blog! Let’s start with TURKEY! Tiny Turkey was born out of my absolute love of Thanksgiving (turkey with gravy and all the trimmings is my favorite when … Continue reading
My good friend Jessica over at EatPrayYarn has just posted the CUTEST freebie on her blog. Isn’t it sweet! I’m happy to say that it’s a pattern I actually saw being born over in our HodgePodge group–there is a really big … Continue reading
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Parrot Baby An Original Pattern by Tanya Naser. Copyright © Tanya Naser 2013. All Rights Reserved. Photos taken by and used with permission from Five16photography, LLC About a month ago, a good friend of mine unintentionally brought over some inspiration! Her husband … Continue reading
Lil‘ Red Cape An Original Pattern by Tanya Naser Copyright © Tanya Naser 2012. All Rights Reserved. Photo taken by and used with permission from Kimberly V Photography This pattern is something I’m absolutely in LOVE with! I have huge plans … Continue reading
Baby Butterfly Photo Prop Pattern An Original Pattern by Tanya Naser Copyright © Tanya Naser 2012. All Rights Reserved. Purple Butterfly Wings crocheted by Christy: http://www.facebook.com/christyscountrycreations Photo taken by and used with permission from Clare Impressions Photography: http://www.facebook.com/ClareImpressionsPhotography I’ve finally … Continue reading
Brave Knight and Lovely Princess An Original Pattern by Tanya Naser Copyright © Tanya Naser 2012. All Rights Reserved. Photo used with permission by Maryellen Lally-Godinez Multiple Blessings Photography I’m absolutely in LOVE with this prop! I think it’s the … Continue reading
Sweet Lace Bonnet An Original Pattern by Tanya Naser Copyright © Tanya Naser 2012. All Rights Reserved. Photos used with permission by Maryellen Lally-Godinez Multiple Blessings Photography I am in love with anything vintage–especially when it comes to crochet, so … Continue reading
Diamond Mermaid Cocoon Photo Prop An Original Pattern by Tanya Naser Copyright © Tanya Naser 2012. All Rights Reserved. Photos used with permission by A piece of Lisa photography This one has been a real labor of love and … Continue reading
You know it’s springtime when you start seeing bees everywhere! This pattern is yet one more in a line of cute photo props using the same exact pentagon motif! Buzzy Bee Photo Prop Materials required: Hook sizes G and H … Continue reading
How amazing is it when you can take a single motif and transform it into a bunch of different animals!! I’ve taken the same motif and turned it into a turtle, a ladybug, a bee, and now a giraffe! Materials … Continue reading
This little cutie really was inspired by my recent fun with the Turtle Shell Photo Prop. I promised that I would remove my pattern for the turtle shell prop–but I never said I wouldn’t make anything else using the pentagons! Btw, … Continue reading
**DISCLAIMER** Before I begin this tutorial, let me tell you that the basic pentagon, granny, hexagon etc. shapes are not copyrighted by anyone to my knowledge. This tutorial is copyrighted by me–but that doesn’t mean that somebody else can’t have ever … Continue reading