Handmade Bundle Boxes Available Now

Do you love getting packages in the mail? Especially those filled with stylish and warm accessories? Take a look at these hand selected boxes filled with handmade items; you just might find your new favorite wardrobe piece!

*More details at the bottom of this post

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Simply Sparkles Box

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Purple Fun Box

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Winter Bundle of Joy Box

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Bright Happy Box

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Forest & Flowers Box

These five boxes are available now with more coming if they a success.

All of the boxes are filled with unique items that I have handmade. Each box costs $35 and comes with free shipping.  Click on a picture or link to see details and purchase a box. Actual colors may value due to different screens. If you would like a custom box handpicked for you or a loved one, please request a custom order from my shop and I can make a box just for you!

Which box is your favorite? Leave a comment below to let me know!

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Crochet Grappling Hook & Free Pattern

Christmas present #3

Completed August 29, 2016

I looked all over for a pattern for a crochet grappling hook but I could not find one, so I made up my own pattern. I based my design off of this picture.

Materials:

Size H hook (5mm)

Gray or black yarn

Yarn needle

For the middle part:

Round 1: make a magic ring and sc 6 in it (6)

Round 2: *sc inc, sc* repeat 3 times (9)

Round 3: sc in each st (9)

Repeat round 9 until piece measures 5.5 inches, stuff firmly

Round 4: sc dec until you have 4 remaining stitches then sl st the hole closed and continue to tail

Tail (Rope): ch 6 feet (or however long you want)

Prongs (arms):

Round 1: make a magic ring and sc 7 in it (7)

Round 2: sc in each st (7)

Round 3: repeat round 2 until piece measures 2.5 inches, sl st in next sc and cut yarn, leaving a tail to sew to middle piece

Stuff firmly and shape to desired angle, sew on

Congratulations! You’ve crocheted a grappling hook!

Original pattern created by Anna Steely. I would appreciate it if you gave credit to me by including a link to my blog (www.stitchesbyanna.wordpress.com) when selling items you make from any of my patterns. Thanks!