The first month of the new year has just flown by, and we are quickly approaching Valentines day. This year for valentines day I have compiled top 12 favourite ever-lasting flower patterns to gift to your valentine. I have also added in some cacti patterns for those who love cacti.
Recently with wedding announcements and engagements within my family circle I have been experimenting with Chunky balnkets. A while back ALDI had a sepcial buy on some super chunky 3 Ply yarn and I stocked up on quite a few balls. This was really usedul for organising these gifts. Two of these have no spevific pattern and are just plain crochet stitches, while the chunky chevron blanket has a pattern that I have written up.
As one of the many wedding gifts I have been making recently, I chose to make a super chunky chevron queen bed sized blanket. This blanket works up quite quickly and in incredibly warm! The look I was going for here was geometrical, yet random at the same time. Due to this the stripes of blue are all variable thickness and spacing. The pattern is written out below in both US and UK terminology.
I am pleased to announce my Harry Potter inspired wizard ear saver range! There are 4 scarf variants, a golden snitch and a broom.
Have you ever had a pattern that is written in just one colour, but you would love to add an additional splash of colour? Learn how to add this to your crochet projects with this blog post.
Learn how to make a In this post I have provided a free pattern to make your own crochet rose necklace!
My little niece is absolutely obsessed with dinosaurs. With the theme of dinosaurs, I set out to find any clothing patterns for a 2-3 year old that were adaptable for tailoring. This was when I came across this beautiful pattern by heart hook home. I loved the two tone pattern and I loved the simplicity. In this post I detail the process of adapting this pattern to create a Dinosaur themed Jacket.
DIY tutorial to up-cycle your own jumper into a sprinkles themed fairy bread or douchnut jumper. This quick project adds an extra flair to your little ones wardrobe!
2020, the year that was. After a month or so of finishing up some well-overdue projects I am back from my Christmas break. I have a few projects planned in the works. I can't wait to share them with you.
This pattern is a the perfect stash busting Christmas decoration to use up those ball ends from your year of crafting. There are two options for the pattern, a stuffed (rag-doll) version or a flat piece. This pattern is aimed at a beginners and is written in US and UK terminology. This pattern is designed to work with DK weight yarn, but can be made with any yarn with a matching hook.