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 […]
Dedri’s Rose Garden Square is a modification of the Lydia Square used to “grow” Sophie’s Universe into a rectangle. Design credit goes to Penny Davis.
I love the Cable Stitch! This cute little crochet Cable Stitch Basket is the perfect way to learn this stitch while making something pretty and useful.
Jack and Lydia are two 4″ crochet squares, designed to compliment Sophie’s Universe.
Anette Bak has done it again! Gendry the Giraffe is the seventh Little Zoo Animal in our series. His ears, horns, and legs are joined as you go, making for hardly any sewing. He can also sit, stand, and lie down with ease.
This little crochet sheep is part of the Little Zoo Series by Anette Bak and Dedri Uys. The pattern is free and includes plenty of helpful tips and photos.
Let me show you how to make Betty’s Beautiful Border with this step-by-step photo tutorial. Designed by Betty Byers. Pattern/photo tutorial done with permission.
This Lazy Waves Blanket is simple without being monotonous and you can make it in as many or as few colours as you like. It is an excellent scrap-buster.
The pattern for Sophie’s Garden is now available in French. Thank you very much, Sandra Larvin, for translating it and for allowing me to share it. Sophie’s Garden is a large square (more or less 19″). Each step is clearly explained and both the original English photo tutorial AND the French translation are full to the brim with photos.
Block 37 of the Block a Week CAL 2014 is the never-before-seen Prince Protea Square. This is a collaborative pattern by Virginia Burrow and myself. Virginia is one of the Block a Week CAL participants and I am thrilled about working with her!