Crochet Frames for my Little Drawings

Sometimes I like to do some drawing. Not as much as I used to do in my younger years, but sometimes it's nice to pick up a pencil again. Mostly when my daughters are drawing and there is paper and pencils all around me. Today I made this. And crocheted some nice frames around them.


My Chameleon was featured this week by Oombawka Design.

Thank you very much, Rhondda!


  1. Such a great way to use little crocheted frames! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

  2. These are so sweet! I haven't picked up my crochet hooks in ages, thankyou for the inspiration!

  3. Cute frame! I can crochet, but I don't draw very well. I admire your drawing ability!

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  4. Super cute idea! Ingenious. Thanks for linking it up to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  5. So cute! I love the oval one! Thanks for linking up with us at the Merry Monday link party. Hope you'll join us again next week! Sharing your post on Twitter!

  6. Such a cute idea, I love the little frames! One of my favourite quick projects is to crochet around an old bangle and add a bunch of random frilly bits - it helped me when I was learning last year, although yours look much better! :)

  7. What a neat idea! I envy your drawing skills, but it occurs to me that for those of us who are clumsy artists there are plenty of little pictures on notecards, greeting cards, and Christmas cards that could be recycled to a similar purpose...

  8. liz@bowdabrablog.comJune 27, 2015 at 2:54 AM

    Thank you very much for joining in and making our Bowdabra Crafty Saturday Showcase, we will look forward to seeing your post next Saturday.

    Warm Regards,
    The Bowdabra Team

  9. Liz, some things get better with age... You are. Love this. I have a bunch of designs for frames like this on my website already, but they are all different and yours is really great. Love the edging you designed. Pinned! Thank you so much for linking up at SHARE IT, at last week. A new party will open tomorrow and I sure hope to seeing you there again!

  10. Ah, I wish I could crochet, but it's always a pleasure to admire the work of those who do! Thanks for linking up to Talented Tuesday!


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