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Flowery scarf………………………….D O N E :)

Good morning sweeties,

How are you today? Here the sun is shining, birds singing and I am in a very happy mood 😀

I finished yesterday my scarf and I must admit it is a very easy process making and the result is wonderful…

Let’s have a peek, shall we?The scarf , as you see here, is long enough to wrap it two times  around my neck… It makes a 208cm long and 23cm large…I think it is the perfect dimensions for a neck warmer 😉

I crocheted it using the leftovers of my Stylecraft special DK yarns I bought online from here

… with a 3mm crochet hook.

Now, I have to concentrate on my fairy tale blanket (the one and only project in my hands for the moment 🙂 ) and try to finish it before beginning anything else (that’s what I always say and never do 😉 )

Our “move” (to a new home) is in one week (on the 28th)…the count down has begin…I am feeling so excited and a little stressed about the coming weeks…cross your fingers that everything will go well…

And now I must leave you and go back to my fairy tale which I’ll show you the progress done so far next time 🙂

Until then, I wish you a wonderful weekend wherever you are around the globe…



By | February 19th, 2011|colors and yarns, flowers, scarf, Uncategorized|37 Comments

A flower for a scarf

Good morning my friend,

How are you today?

I was so inspired two days ago after seeing the lovely post of Lucy about her new shawl project…so inspired that I took my hook right away and tried the pattern she used…

The pattern is lovely but I wanted to make a long scarf , something like a long neck warmer you know what I mean? and this pattern was kind of “bold” for a scarf…I wanted something “lighter” (Is that a word?)

So, I took an old crochet magazine and transformed my way a pattern made originally for a doily…and I loved it so much……so much…that I crocheted a flower and after another flower etc…with leftover yarns….

…so much that I made right away a graphic pattern for the modified version of the original pattern…


…so much that I want to continue making a long series of flowers to make a very long scarf I can wrap it two or three times  around my neck…

so? what do you think? Do you want to join in? You can make a “light” shawl with this pattern too or some coasters maybe 🙂 I have to leave you now and return to my new project 🙂 (so excited about it!!!!!!!!!)

Have a beautiful week end!


By | February 11th, 2011|free patterns, scarf, Uncategorized|58 Comments

Sucrette’s Square

Helloooo sweet people,

I’m very honored and proud to announce that Sucrette’s square pattern is ready 🙂

sucrette's-square2This simple-to-crochet block afghan with a 3D granny flower can be used to crochet a variety of beautiful projects. It can be made into blankets, scarfs, cushions, table runners, potholders…etc etc…


Its flower will make beautiful colorful coasters….

or to embellish different objects like lampshades, boxes…

The pattern is a graphic and written one with step by step pictures. The symbols used in the graphic are explained in U.S, U.K and French terms.

You can buy it here for a very special and symbolic price for my dear readers:

Once the payment is done, you’ll receive within 24 hours an e-mail with the link to download the PDF file. Please do e-mail me at: if you have any question!

Thank you so much for your support, your kindness, your sweet words and for everything you’re doing to make Le monde de Sucrette such a happy place 🙂

Happy crocheting!


P.S: Many are asking about the yarn I used to make the granny flowers on the lampshade. It is called: Camilla from the brand: Madame Tricote Paris. And it is a 100% cotton yarn crocheted with a 3mm crochet hook.

By | January 13th, 2012|patterns for sale, Uncategorized|27 Comments

Back on the wheels: Sucrette’s square: two finished projects!!

Goooood morniiiing !

Yes, I’m back on the wheels… After a couple of gray days, light came back again in my life and mostly because of you and your supporting sweet words… Thank you so much my friend for your presence and for being so caring and loving…You’ll never know how much I needed every single word you left in the comments 🙂

During the holidays, I worked on something I want to share with you today…In fact, the two new wips I talked about in this previous post were somehow linked in one new square I created during Christmas time.

Enough talking… let’s see something …I hear you say … ok ok 🙂

With some thin cotton yarn, I’ve made some little colorful granny flowers…

and with these granny flowers I transformed a white lampshade…The same kind of lampshade I transformed back in 2010…Do you remember it?

But this time I used small granny flowers with hot glue…

and I prefer this one:

mmmh 🙂 Isn’t it lovely?

And after I fall totally in love with this colorful granny flower …I decided to continue with the pattern and make it a square, yes, a little square with a 3D granny flower in it…

A little afghan block that can be used to make blankets, scarfs, potholders, coasters, cushions, table runners…etc…A variety of cute crocheted projects from this little square of mine…

 I’m gonna call it : Sucrette’s square 🙂 because it is granny and because it is colorful and because I created it and I’m madly in love with it 🙂

 So, with Sucrette’s square I’ve made these two:

 A white lampshade decorated with little colorful granny flowers…


A rectangle cushion with a green background like a field of flowers to welcome spring 😉 (It is not too far anymore:) )

Sucrette’s square PDF pattern ( a graphic pattern with step by step pictures) will be available very soon in my etsy shop 🙂 Yes, yes, yes, I’m gonna open an etsy shop and I’m totally excited about it!

And also available, very soon, here, to purchase for a very special symbolic price for you my dear friends…

Have to go now…back on the wheels…back to my ripple…and my painting…and and and… so many projects on my head… I wish I had 4 hands and days of 48 hours 🙂

Love you all…and wish you a super day!