As predicted, I couldn’t resist a bit of joining for the Kaleidoscope blanket, but I haven’t actually made a single triangle this week! Here are my joined pieces – only 2 as I don’t have enough triangles to do any more: What I’ve done instead of triangles is finish off my Luna sweater (pattern byContinue reading “On the Hook, 7/3/20”
I thought I’d try and do a regular crochet update, and a Saturday morning seems like a good time. So what have I been up to recently? While I was visiting family for Christmas, I picked up some Caron Simply Soft from Hobbycraft at half price. I was very pleased with this bargain! I’ve startedContinue reading “On the Hook 4/1/20”
Finished this today. I’m mostly happy with it although it’s not as nice as the one that inspired it. It’s a little shorter than I’d usually like and being as it’s bottom up I would have needed to add rows at the beginning but I didn’t so I shall just have to get used toContinue reading “Ombre Jumper finished”
Despite all the things I could (should) be finishing I have just started a new jumper. I came to it in a roundabout way as I first saw it on Kick Arse Crochet (love the blog title!) and seeing it there made me go get a copy of Simply Crochet where this pattern could beContinue reading “Ombre Jumper”
I haven’t updated this blog for a while so there are some things to catch up on. I saw this pattern in Crochet Now (issue 40) and we decided I’d make it for Abi. Hobbycraft were super-fast and the yarn I chose to use arrived the very next day! It was Knitcraft Hey Baby, chosenContinue reading “Kitty jumper for Abi”
Today I finished my Jade Jumper! Pattern: Jade by Dora Ohrenstein, from her book Top-Down Crochet Sweaters Yarn: Women’s Institute Premium Acrylic Yarn (Teal), from Hobbycraft Here are a couple of in progress photos:
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.
Pattern: Zora by Dora Ohrenstein, from her book Top-Down Crochet Sweaters Yarn: Scheepjes Secret Garden in shade Secluded Lake