Delicate, simple, and understated, these beautiful wing bookmarks are the perfect gift for book loving icons everywhere. If you vary the length of the ribbon accordingly, you can also make wonderful key chains, ribbons, napkin rings or table garlands, e.g. for weddings, baptisms, communions
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Book Rat Bookmark
To begin with, here is a classic rat-themed animal bookmark. Without a doubt, these are perennial favorites that will be loved by all.
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on Supergurumi.com:
More info about Adente’s project you can find on Ravelry.
Crochet Book Rat Bookmark
However, if classic and toned down is not your style, or you want to encourage the kids to ready, why not try this amazing bookmark? Yes, indeed, the squashed book rat is a funny and adorable critter that kids will love picking up.
The full article about this pattern is on supergurumi.comblog:
More info about YarnyThingies’ project on Ravelry.
Although unusual, this animal bookmark is an almost obvious choice. After all, the giraffe’s long, thin neck is a no-brainer for transforming into the bookmark’s ribbon.
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on Heart Hook Home blog:
Granny Chevron Table Runner: Quick and Easy Stitch Pattern
If you love the classic look of chevrons, and the granny stitch in crochet, you'll love this piece! The Granny Chevron Table Runner is made with simple repeats of chain and double crochet stitches, using the classic look of a granny stitch to create a chevron design! This table runner has three distinct chevron points, created by skipping over stitches (decreasing) and adding multiple stitches (increasing). The classic granny stitch is used here to add even more depth and texture to this table runner - making this a true statement piece for the center of your dining table. Once you get started with this piece, and memorize the one repeating row of stitches, it is very quick and easy to work up with very little focus needed! Because this is a piece of decoration, you can use yarn colors, fibers, and weights that you like best. Follow the pattern exactly to make a 44” long runner, or you can easily adjust the pattern length by adding rows until you have a length you love. While this pattern is written to create a table runner, you can use the stitch repeat multiple to work this design into other projects: washcloth, scarf, blanket, rug, and so much more!
Alternatively, how about an amazing bookmark in a totally non-standard shape? Undoubtedly, this sunflower will be a perfect ray of sunshine to enjoy with your book.
The full tutorial about this pattern is on YT :
More info about projects photographed on Ravelry.
The first amazing bookmark is consequently a great place to start your reading prep. Overall, it's a simply a beautiful, lacy page setter that will definitely match a classic decor.
The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry: