At the start of December, I shared my first post celebrating your lookatwhatimade moments. I was delighted with the response to that post and thought it was about time I did another one! So, my second LAWIM Feature is this lovely Sophie Cocoon Cardigan made by Stephanie Best. There isn’t an official pattern for this cardigan (which […]
It is with great joy that I present you with the pattern for Sophie’s Dream. Everything about this project makes me so very happy! I hope you’ve got your hooks at the ready!!
I designed this simple hexagonal coaster to reflect the look and feel of the Ubuntu CAL 2018. It is perfect for using small scraps of yarn, and I think it would make a wonderful motif for a blanket (if you don’t mind all the ends)! I have decided to call it ‘Six Degrees of Separation’, based on the scientific theory that we are all separated by six or fewer degrees (or ‘friend-of-friend’s).
Sophie’s Dream has a very bohemian feel – brights combined with brights to create a riot of colour, all without any of the colour-changing work. This blanket is much more Mrs. Maisel than Charlotte Brontë!
So many pretty colours have gone into making Sophie’s Dream a reality. Come and have a little look at our sneak peek :)
In this tutorial, I will show you how to make a friendship pendant using ladder stitch, brick stitch, and decreasing brick stitch.
I cannot wait for you to see what these gorgeous Scheepjes Whirls will turn into!! Sophie’s Dream is going to be a riot of colour!
I would love for you to join me in a beading adventure with this Bonus pattern for the Scheepjes Ubuntu CAL 2018. Esther (on video) and I (photo tutorial) will walk you through making this gorgeous Friendship Bracelet.
I am pleased to feature my very first ‘Look at what I made!’ moment – the gorgeous Emma blanket Hazel Raven made using my Emma Square pattern.
This week is the last week of the Scheepjes Ubuntu CAL 2018. It has been the most wonderful journey. Thank you for joining me!