My Crochet Dollhouse Part Nine

Crochet Dollhouse Playbook Assembly|Creative Crochet Workshop

Building The Book

SKILL LEVEL:
Easy to Intermediate :
Concentration required for neat finishing.
Hooks & Notions: 
Plastic key rings – approx 15 depending on the size (mine is 4 cm in diameter)
 
 Carefully insert each key ring through a SC starting from the last page and
working towards the first page. Space each key ring about 1cm – 2cm apart.
Note: Another awesome way to assemble your book  if you have made a page for each section
– insert a plastic sheet in-between pages then crochet them together then bind your pages.
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I have been a crochet designer for more than 10 years. I love to think outside the box and to try and do things a bit differently. I love to learn new techniques and to challenge myself. I firmly believe that crochet should fun and evoke joy and pleasure. Creating and designing is one of my life's passions.

“Crochet is an art and crocheters it’s artists. Each crafted item is unique and own to its crafter”

Happy Crocheting Joanita Theron

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17 Comments

  1. I really love this playbook series. I can't wait to have littles to make this for! Thank you for a fantastic pattern. <3

  2. Your doll house is amazing. I don't know yet where I can buy these key rings in my country. But I'll find a solution. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a great day, Margaret

  3. so super cool! you create the most amazing and unique crochet! so thankful you are willing to share with us!

  4. That will be great! I am disabled and can't go shopping in stores without a scooter, so I try to do most of my shopping online. Sometimes it is really hard to find what I need. I am behind on the book, because I am also making gifts for my kids and their kids for Christmas. Right now I am finishing up a DR.Who scarf for my 15yr old granddaughter. It will be over 12 feet long if I EVER get it finished! 🙂

  5. Author

    Evelyn, my husband actually found them for me. They are plastic key rings that get used in promotions when handing out specials or trinkets at a car dealership. So I did a bit of digging and found out that here by me they can be found at plastic warehouses (where they sell Tupperware and things like that). Had a few hobby shops especially those that sell beads supplied them. But I am actually a bit concerned that it seems it might be difficult for some to find them so I have been looking into other methods of binding my playbooks 🙂 I will post all the methods as soon as I have them tested and available!!

  6. Author

    Thank you so much 🙂 I hope your grandchildren will love their playbooks!

  7. I forgot to ask you where you got the rings to bind the book.

  8. I just purchased the full pattern. I had printed the pattern from the blog, but really like the way it is consolidated in the paid pattern, and really wanted the extra patterns too! (Besides, I feel that you deserve compensation for all your hard work!) I am anxiously awaiting the release of the pirate book. I just found out that the grandbaby that will be here in March is a boy, so this book will be great for him when he is older! I am making the dollhouse for my granddaughter that just turned two for Christmas.

  9. I have been making the dollhouse squares but I have decided to connect them in an afghan. I will still make the doll so it can be played with in afghan form. Thank you for a wonderful idea and inspiration.

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