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June 24, 2008

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Patricia

Who wouldn't want to wear one of these delicate acorn necklaces?

Thanks for another great tutorial.

Please don't enter me in the giveway! I am still so thankful for all of the fabric and trims I received and am very late in sending you your swap. I'm working on it!

Steff

Aw... Love the photos you taken!
THanks for the tutorial! I will give it a try once I find some acorns around my area!! heehee

Dawn

These are so great! I love your love of nature. Always makes me smile. Thank you! :)

Annie

Thanks for the tute! This is cute. I think they'd be a great way to decorate a fall/winter tree :)

Tugba

I am checking your blog everyday and I love it. I am from Turkey and looking around the seasides to find strange stones for u. I will send u if i find some.

Clara

Ohhhh...I love acorns!!!! And yours look so BIG! I have a oak in my garden and I have millions of acorns here in autumn :)
Your posts always make me smile and I feel sooooo inspired to make things when I have visit your blog...thanks for sharing all your ideas with us...LOVE IT!!!!!
Hmmm, maybe I should make myself a necklace with many acorns...and maybe my next birthday I feel like 20 :)
Have a great day !!!!!
Big hugs from Clara

filambulle

I just discovered your blog through whipup. I guess I will take the hook tonigt!... :) Thank you for the inspiration.
xo from Switzerland

Judi

These are soooo cute! I just love them. Thank you for the tutorial I am going to try it too. :o)

Judi

Hi there
I hope you don't mind I've added you as a link because I've enjoyed coming to visit your blog.
I'm from Canada also - from Ontario. Where are you?

Kris

Hello!
I stumbled upon your flickr photos and blog very early this month and I'm so glad I did. My daughter and I are lovin' the snails' stories and your appreciation of nature.

Brandy

Thanks for posting the tutorial! This is the perfect autumn craft. We are very sentimental about acorns at our house and save our favorites for enjoying the rest of the year. I'd love to be entered into your contest. :-)

Molly

Oh how adorable!! I just love them with the birdies! Our acorns are tiny, tiny. It would take some skill to make a bowl small enough for them. Actually, the squirrels have eaten most of them so there probably aren't any that are whole.

Your blog is so fun!

Jess in MA

Thanks for posting this! I saw that necklace in the picture and I thought I would have to try and figure out how to do that- but you shared the tutorial! Thanks so much. I am keeping an eye out for stones, and now acorns!

Jean

This is my first visit to this blog. I love nature-inspired art and these are great tutorials! Thanks for sharing; I may try my hand at crocheting now ;)

Cindy

I love your blog! I found you through hullahtallulah! I want to win!

Christina J.

This makes me wish I could crochet! They are so cute!

Kimberlee

My friends and I made your rock babies at our annual Midsummer's Eve Party. I will be collecting acorns this fall so I can make acorns for the event next year!

sarah

i have enjoyed your blog the few times i have visited. your crocheted rock dolls are wonderful. i have a very large collection of rocks from the hudson river. i guess it's time to teach myself to crochet. thanks for the inspiration.

Andrea (noricum)

Neat! (I came here from Flickr.)

Heather W

What a great idea! I love the acorns. I'm going to need to learn how to crochet! Ever crochet driftwood?

Katie Runnels

so sweet Margie!!! I can't believe how tiny you work! I could never do that! wish I could take lessons from you! I'm going to keep my fingers crossed! xoxo, kt

Katie Runnels

so sweet Margie!!! I can't believe how tiny you work! I could never do that! wish I could take lessons from you! I'm going to keep my fingers crossed! xoxo, kt

Emily

dear margie. just a note to say that although i don't always have time to comment i read your blog almost every day. mostly while drinking coffee in the morning.. it is truly a most excellent way to start the day. you are always giving me ideas for projects of my own.. the acorn necklaces are too adorable
have a lovely day.
your niece in winnipeg.
emily
p.s. do you have any good suggestions for learn to crochet websites or books?

Cassandra Brown

This is excellent! I already have two people I want to make them for!

Rose

Hi Margie,
I love the simplicity and beauty of these necklaces. Lovely!

Karen Chartier

How very sweet! This is beautiful and simple in its elegance!

Sarah

Beautiful! We love acorns.

Elsita :)

Wow Margie!!
What a wonderful idea!
So simple and creative and cute and perfect!
Thank you sooo much for this tutorial!
It is very appreciated!
I think that Bill needs one because he is worry about turning 50 next year :o
Elsita :)

Beth

Aww...so cute. It makes me want to run out and find some acorns right now...even though it is 10 at night and I would never find them in the dark. Now I need to go to the thrift store to get the proper cotton yarn. Yeah!! New Project!! Thanks for sharing.

marianne

so adorable! plus it would make a lovely gift for a totoro!

Stephanie

These are SO cute. I highly doubt i could make it on my own though :/

Elizabeth

found you via whip up - this is fantastic!

Anne Gailhbaud

wonderful idea; in France also, we think that accorn prevents from age.
i lke crochet, doing something with hand is resting..thanks for your blog!It's in my favorites
Anne
http://quilt007.free.fr

gardienne

Very pretty! I don't have any acorns on hand but this fall! Maybe I'll have to go get a wooden one...

Anita

These are just adorable. What delightful little gifts they will make!

Anna A.

Oh I love these! Now I know just what to do with some of the acorns I found on campus this spring! Sweet! Thankfully I can crochet too! THANKS!

Zaz

it's beautiful :)
the display with the bird is magically delicate...
OX

Ginger Leigh

Thank you for this tutorial! Acorns are one of my favorite things. I will have to try crocheting this with beads. (I'm a bead nut) Would it be okay if I post a link to your tutorial on my blog? I'd love to share this. Please let me know if you don't mind. Right now, I'm going to run out in the yard and find an acorn to try this with-I'll post pics and let you know when I finish. hugs - Ginger Leigh

Ginger Leigh

Thank you for this tutorial! Acorns are one of my favorite things. I will have to try crocheting this with beads. (I'm a bead nut) Would it be okay if I post a link to your tutorial on my blog? I'd love to share this. Please let me know if you don't mind. Right now, I'm going to run out in the yard and find an acorn to try this with-I'll post pics and let you know when I finish. hugs - Ginger Leigh

Natch

These are adorable! I don't know how to crochet... but I want to go to the park now and start rummaging around for acorns ;) Though I don't know if I've had an acorn in hand since I was 5 or so... haha

Christina Conway

This is such a sweet project. I'm always looking for unique crochet projects and your blog is wonderful! Not sure I can find acorns where I live but I'm inspired to find something I can apply this technique to. :) Many Thanks!

Anna

These are so adorable.

Thank you for sharing the pattern.

kate

such a sweet project. this may be the thing that pushes me to put down the knitting needles and learn to crochet...

Katy

how darling! thanks for the tutorial! i am loving your blog as well... :)

dawn

Thanks so much for the tutorial!! These are wonderful and remind me of my dear sister who sent it to me. Your blog is awesome, and I am looking forward to reading through it! such cute acorns!!
Dawn

Angela

These are so beautiful, what a sweet idea.

Sharon

so dang cute those necklaces!

Ana Lilia

how nice of you to share the tutorial! these acorn necklaces look adorable! can't wait to try making my own! thank you!

Mokihana

That is just fabulous! I have a friend who loves acorns, and I think I'll make one for her! Great tutorial! Thank you.

Elise of Argyle Whale

these are delightful! I'm sure I'll never get to making my own so I hope I win one :). I would wear it all the time.

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