The Lyme Regis Tea Cosy is a simple, textured cosy made with less than 100g of worsted weight yarn. It is my second tea cosy design and I love it as much as the first.
This crochet thimble and scissor keeper has been affectionately dubbed ‘Aunty Mary’s Thing’. This is a relatively straightforward pattern and doesn’t take long to make.
This ammonite crochet hook roll is my nod to the beautiful ammonites and sparkly iron pyrite that grace the shores of the Jurrasic Coast.
When I started this yarn/crochet peregrination, I had no idea just exactly how many exciting twists and turns this journey would take me on. Our Tribe is a celebration of my crochet journey and the friends I have made along the way.
I am very excited to share the pattern for the Memory Lane Blanket with you. The pattern consists of a simple six-row repeat. The border is simple but elegant, rounding the blanket off nicely.
The Memory Lane Blanket has been growing in my heart since I first designed the Namaqualand Blanket. Now I can finally show it to you!
The Memory Lane Blanket uses colours reminiscent of summer twilight in an English garden. The stitches are simple, floral, and meditative!
I have embarked on a new adventure… or rather, an old adventure with a new twist. This time, I am basking in dusky pastels, reminiscent of period dramas and sultry summer evenings in the British countryside.
Join me as I look (and make) my way through Snuggle and Play, Little Happy Circus, and Beatles Bugs and Butterflies.
This post covers everything from the cute new Catona colour packs to colourblindness. Along the way, I tell you a little bit about The Secrets of Colour by Kassia St Clair. Grab a cup of tea before you start!