This blanket has racked up so many memory-points. Simple and graceful, it tells the story of many sea-side visits and personal triumphs.
Gorgeous oceanic colours and a simple stitch repeat followed by a frothy border… allow me to introduce the yarns for my Banksia Blanket.
Granny Square Day 2019 is here! Can it be six years already? I hope you will join in the fun x
The Sue Square is a small, simple square that would make an excellent addition to an existing blanket (or a gorgeous blanket all by itself).
Introducing Henry’s Designer Heirloom Blanket CAL, designed by Jessica Wifall and hosted by the CAL Crochet A Long group on Facebook. I have loved this blanket since I first saw it more than two years ago. I am so excited to announce that the pattern is finally ready to be shared, made (a million times) and loved to distraction.
This week I tell you how to grow Mary’s Memory by adding the Ubuntu Border from the Scheepjes CAL 2018. I also encourage you to grow it even more by designing your own extensions.
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.