Part 3 of Mary’s Memory is a quick one. We will turn the bouquets from the last part into a hexagon again.
Part 2 of Mary’s Memory starts with some leaves and ends with six glorious blooms. I hope you enjoy this part!
This is Part 1 of the Mary’s Memory Hexagon I designed for my crochet cruise with Crafty Adventures. It is full of gorgeous surface detail.
Mary’s Memory is a large hexagonal crochet motif, designed for the February 2019 crochet cruise with Crafty Adventures. I will be sharing the instructions in three parts over the coming week.
Made with two strands of Scheepjes Whirl and one strand of Scheepjes Stonewashed, this blanket is a rainbow celebration of colour.
Jeanette is a lacy square with a bit of surface texture in the form of Popcorns and Bubble stitches. It looks great both in a single colour or multiple colours.
The My Voyage Shawl was specifically designed for my 2019 Crochet Cruise with Crafty Adventures. Think of it as a vehicle for cataloguing your own personal voyage by using simple repeats, colours that make your heart sing, and beads for a spot of glamour.
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).