This has to be my favourite cardigan I’ve made so far 🙂 Made with yarn that was a Mothers Day present. Pattern: Chevron Lace Cardigan by milobo. Yarn: Knitcraft Cotton Blend Plain in Denim, from Hobbycraft. Here’s some in progress shots:
At this time of year, I’d have to say my favourite place is my corner of the sofa with some crochet. Snuggled up with blankets and cushions, hook in hand, watching a nature documentary on the TV while creating something lovely. On a warmer day in the summer, my favourite place at home would probablyContinue reading “Special Places”
When the weather makes you want to stay indoors, one of my favourite things to is crochet. So if I can’t be going for a walk due to the weather, or my pain is too much for that kind of thing, I snuggle up in a blanket (I made myself) and am soothed by theContinue reading “Inside Weather”
I had a lovely time making this sweet little cardi for my friend’s baby. It’s adorable! Pattern: Ballerina Cardies from The Baby Crochet Book by Sirdar. Yarn: Knitcraft Cotton Blend Plain DK in Lilac, from Hobbycraft.
Saw this pattern in a magazine so whipped up this cute little hoodie for a friend’s baby. Pattern: Baby hoodie by Susan Maria, in Simply Crochet Magazine Issue 67 Yarn: Women’s Institute Soft & Silky in Cream and Lime, from Hobbycraft.
For Christmas I made my family hats, scarves and mittens! 🙂
Cardi for my friend’s baby made from a rather old Patons pattern. Pattern: Crochet Cardigan from Patons #173, Baby Days. Yarn: Women’s Institute Soft & Silky in cream from Hobbycraft.
Pattern: Zora by Dora Ohrenstein, from her book Top-Down Crochet Sweaters Yarn: Scheepjes Secret Garden in shade Secluded Lake
I’ve recently finished a crochet project, so I thought I’d share it here. This is where it all began on 29th December when I started to crochet the Kamila Fitted Cardigan with my lovely new Scheepjes Stardust yarn that my Mum gave me for Christmas. After 17 days I’d finished the body. This patternContinue reading “Stardust Cardigan”
There are many circles in nature and I was looking for them among photos I haven’t posted before. Here’s a tiny one – a circle forming the cap on the end of a moss sporophyte: This one’s rather bigger – a circle of fluffy seeds on a Dandelion seed head: Technically this next one isContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle”