Eleonora over at Coastal Crochet has created a cute Ammonite Pattern.

Of course, I couldn’t just make one. Once I had the pattern in my head I started making bigger and smaller ones.


I thought they might combine well with my seahorses, or make some beachy greetings cards.

Ideas are swimming around …..

Thank you Eleonora for the inspiration.

Linking in with Ginny’s Yarn Along 

Ginny suggests we add a book to the post. I haven’t got a book on the go but whilst I am crocheting I’m also watching/listening to a DVD: River Cottage: Edible Seashore

Yes, I’ve been eating seaweed – yum!



27 responses to “Ammonites

  1. These look wonderful Daffy, and perfect for using with your seahorses!

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  2. Great book. I adore Hugh. And very pretty crocheting, reminds me a bit of avant-garde doilies. Your painted shells are sweet as well. Xx

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing my pattern! I love seeing all your ammonites and yes they do go well with the gorgeous seahorses! Love it! 🙂 🙂

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  4. wifemummynurse


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  5. Laurie Graves

    Looking forward to seeing what you do with those little lovelies.

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  6. These are lovely, thanks for sharing x

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  7. I’ve seen Eleanor’s ammonites and these are the perfect partner for them!

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  8. Oh, that is indeed a most inspirational collection of goodies! Can’t wait to see what you create!

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  9. How pretty they are.

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  10. Very pretty; I have mounted in a picture frame one of the seahorses. The other one will be in use later in the Spring. Seaweed, not keen on given the grot in the sea.

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    • Framed a seahorse! That makes me smile so much! What a cute idea.
      I know what you mean about the sea, but well washed and cooked, maybe no more gunk than anything grown in our polluted atmosphere, sadly.


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