Lion Brand Crochet Picnic Patterns

Lion Brand Crochet Picnic Patterns

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Crochet Picnic Patterns with Lion Brand

With Summer coming up fast, Picnics are a great way to enjoy the sunshine, life and all its bounty. Diva Dan loves to go up north to the beautiful Bruce Trails in Ontario which is only about an hour from where we used to live. His favourite spot is overlooking the waters on a cliff near Lion Head, Ontario. He would often take a picnic and have a wonderful lunch enjoying the clean air, and watch the birds fly by. Peace at it’s best.

  1. Crochet Evaporative Beverage Cooler
  2. Stunning Fireworks Hexagon Picnic Blanket
  3. Ripple Luncheon Mats
  4. Large Crochet Bowl 
  5. Leaf Napkin Rings

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