elisabeth andrée

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the favorite patterns on my blog



after i had finished the list of my favorite patterns, i thought that maybe just maybe you like to know what tutorials are the most viewed on my blog. i have made an overview.

at the top:

the apricot bag

it is super convenient bag, i used mine for already the second summer.

see here for the tutorial 



the next five favorite tutorials are:


just click on the name to see the tutorial


the candy color scarf 



the doily-into-bag 



the festive blanket



how to make a mesh bag



the winter woolly white bag (scroll down the page for the tutorial) 


three rising stars 😉


the orange spider bag



the scarf-buttons-sleeves


the gerry flower


these patterns i like best

(may i actually say that about my own patterns?)



in this tutorial (divided in two parts) you can find how to crochet in circles and make a round and flat object, but also how to change colors and how to make a floor cushion or a pouf. 

see part 1

see part 2

happy sleeves


also in two parts a tutorial for a garmant that i like to wear.

  1. see part 1
  2. see part 2

this is the end of the list:)


13 thoughts on “the favorite patterns on my blog

  1. Each piece more gorgeous than the other.. But I simply love the last bright green??? awesome!!Thank you for joining the Weekly Story @ Colours Dekor 🙂 Hope you have a fabulous week ahead..

  2. Love the rounds!

  3. Thanks everyone! I always try to revisit your blog and write a comment, but sometimes I can’t manage that. Thank you for visiting my blog and for your nice message.

  4. Hello Kitblu, How wonderful that you are going to learn how to crochet, I hope you will enjoy it. If you have questions when making the sleeves, you can always write a comment, I will respond. Thanks for following my site and for your very nice words. Best wishes to you!

  5. I love the bags, especially the market bags.:)

  6. Wat maak je toch prachtige dingen !!!Veel liefsMarjo

  7. I’m so glad I found your site! A friend is willing to help me learn to crochet. I want an afghan in a pattern I have. I thought that might be too big to start. So I will make the sleeves. They will get much use and they are so pretty.I signed up to follow you by email and pinterest. I went through only 1 of your boards; liked and repinned several.Happy day!

  8. They are all interesting patterns, but the orange spider bag is my favourite.You are so generous in writing down the tutorials and making them available for free.

  9. These are all so awesome!! Love your projects, Elisabeth!

  10. All of your projects are so pretty – I especially like the ‘candy color scarf’. 🙂

  11. @Natalie: Thank you:) I love to crochet and it helps me to stay mentally healthy. The things I make are for friends/family or for myself and the rest I store in a closet. I would like to sell… maybe soon via the Dutch Marketplace….. maybe.

  12. Love, love, love your stuff. Do you sell it or do you just create these things for yourself? Although I am a crochet novice, I will be trying your happy sleeves 😀 Thanks so much for the tutorial.xo

  13. I love the apricot bag and the orange spider bag. I found somewhere on the web a chart for something similar to the spider stitching but it was not as tall a spider. Once I got to doing it, it was a simple repetitive nice stitch to do. And I loved the fabric it produced.