These are links that I have not been able to decide how to group yet. But they are definitely projects I really like.
Guitar Strap- this would be cool to make for my nephew
Fish Bowl- little fish and coral to decorate a fish tank or bowl
Water Bottle Carrier- nice shells around the top
Shell Stitched Matt- reminds me of a potholder I make for a friend
Crocheted Hand- signing I Love You in ASL
Aluminum Can Crochet- my aunt used to make this kind of crochet for hats.
Official/Unofficial Blog of the Crochet Liberation Front- I love the idea behind the CLF, namely that crochet is an art form in its own right, unashamedly, unapologetically, and totally unique
Owl Eye Mask- for covering your eyes while you sleep
Kitten Crochet-Hook Holder- This is so cute.
Crochet Organizer- designed to hang on a rod like a towel rack
Sewing Needle Case- this could also be simply altered to make a coin purse
Scissors Case- this would make a nice matching case to go with the needle case above.
Yarn Pincushion- pretty flower pattern
Purse Tissue Holder- pretty and old fashioned
Lacy Tissue Holder- very pretty with little flowers and beads
Ice Cream Cone and Chocolate Pie- some people love the idea of crocheted food. At least there are no calories in it.
Masquerade Mask- done in HPL
Sweet Dreams Sampler- I think I would make this some day for a child's room or for a guest room and hang it with my favorite poem "Sleep Sweet".
Saving Crochet Work in Resin- I love this idea. My first thought was to make coasters like this, but I did some research and learned that hot mugs would damage the resin epoxy. So this is purely decorational.
CD and DVD Gift Bag- could be made in any color for any occasion, not just holidays
Cobweb Buster- funny little object for sweeping down cobwebs
Chic Bath Set- neat for a guest bath or gift basket
Spring Wreath- pretty flowers
Bag Lady- a cute way to hold all your plastic bags
Keepers- crocheted containers
Lace Jewelry Frame- very neat way to show off jewelry and your crochet
Flowerpot Cover- could also be flipped upside down to fit a lamp shade
Granny Square Head Board- cool idea
Watermelon Fridgie- looks good enough to eat
Natural Stripes Rug- done in earth tones
Country Rug- done with granny style squares and could be made in any colors at all to match your own home
Sunshine Coaster- ok, this looks more like a snowflake to me, but it is pretty.
Big Cup Coaster- simple but usefull
8 Points Coaster- octagon shaped
Rosy Cozy- this is a rose themed tea cosy for a tea pot. Very cute.
Simple teapot cozy- These teapot cozies are becoming popular. What I like about this design is that it makes a good jumping off point for any embellishments that you would like to add to make it your own
Teapot Cozy- flowers sewed on a nice background
Cat Tea Cozy- this is so original. The spout of the teapot becomes the cat's tail. Love it!
Marquetry Coasters- coasters are part way down the page
Feel the Wuv Heart Shaped Coasters- these are pretty and lacy
Place mat- I think I might make a set of these one day
Momma and Chick Potholders- cute little potholders
Starburst Potholder- it does not seem thick enough to protect, I would add another layer
Cathedral Window Potholder- bright and pretty
Wrought Iron Rooster Set- makes a rooster rack to hang two potholders on
Antique Rose Potholder- very Victorian looking
Rose Ripple Pot Holder- very pretty pattern. Not sure if the flower would get in the way.
Textured Heart Kitchen Set- potholder, dishcloth, and hotpad- very pretty heart design
Maggie Weldon Rose Granny Potholder- very pretty, but not sure if that flower would be in the way
Kaleidoscope Hot Pads- very pretty pattern
Flower Dishcloths- A friend of mine has a potholder in this same pattern and I hope to make her some of these to match.
Center of My Heart-heart in the center of a lacy circle- very pretty
On the Edge- interesting diagonal center
Pebbly Pink- looks like it would be a good scrubber
Sea Waves- I don't know why this one is called sea waves, it looks more like mitered corners to me
Rapid Blue- blue and white stripes
Grandmother's Flower Garden- like the quilt design
Circle and Shells- I think I would smooth out the joins more
Holey Dishcloth- creates diagonal holes
Snowflake Dishcloth- I love the snowflake. I would use this for a square in an afghan
Ocean Waves Dishcloth- I love this stitch pattern. I would use it in many projects.
Little Star Dishcloth- love the star pattern
Evergreens in the Round- reminds me of looking down on a pine tree from above, with snow on some boughs
Sweetheart Dishcloth- lacy little heart
Sunflower Dishcloth- love sunflowers
Autumn Leaves Dishcloth- very pretty, I think it would even make a pretty scarf it it were made longer
Dahlia Dishcloth- pretty flower at center
Five textured dishcloths- five different stiches
Washboard Dishcloth- nice texture for scrubbing.
Circular Washcloth- looks like a bull's eye
Cypress Washcloth- love the name
Spring Meadows- lots of color, almost a doily
Ocean Grove Round Washcloth- lots of ridges
Tunisian Short Row Dishcloth- this has a video tutorial with it
Quick Crochet Baskets- these work up with six strands of yarn and would make neat decorations.
Tapestry Baskets- very southwestern in flavor
Ripple Basket- done in the same stitch pattern as a ripple ghan
Cornucopia- pretty cone-shaped basket for hanging on the wall
Nursery Caddy- cute moused shaped caddy to hold everything near a changing station in the nursery
Spiral Coil Baskets- I think these would look great in earth tones
These were rolls that I made to hold fish hooks for
my nephewsto put in their pockets when they went
fishing. The outside is done in Tunisian stitch, and
the lining is a fake suede.