I made this Little Flower Garden Dishcloth almost two years ago and I have finally gotten around to writing a pattern for it. Whoohoo! I will be attending the Chelsea Flower Show tomorrow (first time visit) and I am SO excited. Sharing this crochet pattern is my way of spreading some of the floral joy!
Hands up if you have already started working on the Scheepjes CAL 2016, ‘Dance on the Beach’. I haven’t started yet, but I cannot wait!!
Flowers for Lydia is a larger version of the Lydia square. In fact, it is a marriage of Lydia and the Rose Border.
As part of the Crochetville Blog Tour 2016, I am sharing this simple free Railway Mandala pattern. All Aboard!
Welcome to Part 3 of Charlotte. This is the final part and will yield a large crochet square with a delicate, vintage feel.
Crochet Shells are some of the easiest stitches to make and master. Here’s a quick guide how to make your own Simple Crochet Shells Dishcloth.
In Part 2 of Charlotte, I will show you how to make the 4 triangles that frame the central square. They are worked back and forth in rows, using a single colour.
This is the photo tutorial for part 1 (of 3) of Charlotte. Charlotte is a large crochet square with a delicate vintage feel. In this part, the large central overlay flower is framed by a delicate lacy border.
After a whole month of teasing, I am finally going to tell you how to make the Lydia Blanket…
As most of you know, the roses were my favourite part of Sophie’s Universe and I plan on using them in all sorts of projects over the next year, starting with this dainty Rose Border. The tutorial contains lots of photos to help you crochet your own Rose Border.