I attended Fiber East on the weekend and it was so much fun. I got to meet some amazing fiber artists (and feed my soul in the process).
I have chosen 6 Scheepjes Stonewashed XL colours for my next (manly) design. I will be sharing a few work-in-progress photos next week.
This is my favourite method for working away tails of yarn in crochet. I have included links to other methods so that you can choose the one that suits you.
During my ‘design holiday’, I am entertaining myself by following along with the Circles of the Sun Mystery CAL by LillaBjorn’s World of Crochet.
I am sure you all have plenty of scrap yarn lying around. I certainly do! So today I want to talk about using your scrap yarn (and, let’s face it, making space so you can buy more yarn)! I am also sharing a quick scrap-buster project in the shape of a crochet organza bag (or […]
Deramores have put together colour packs for Jack and Lydia. Each colour pack includes enough yarn for 18 squares and Betty’s Beautiful Border.
Join me on this hand dyed yarn adventure as Geertje de Groot shares the process of creating two cakes of hand dyed yarn, one of which I was blessed to receive.
How To Make a Little Zoo Mobile By Anette Vestergaard Bak – a manic hoarder of crocheted Little Zoo Animals. (Notes in Italics by Dedri) I have had success with gifting Little Zoo Animals as mobiles or at least ready to be turned into a mobile. So here are the instructions for making a 5-animal mobile […]
I am now 34 years old. I am already going VERY grey, and for my birthday my website decided to break. The good news? The website is semi fixed and hair dye is amazing. To celebrate I’d like to share a pretty crochet afghan with you.
Meeting great people and playing with yarn…what more can you want from a trip? The Scheepjes Bloggers Weekend 2015 was an amazing experience.