Crochet balls are incredibly versatile. I infuse mine with essential oils and use them for a room freshener/stress reliever. What would you use them for?
As the year draws to an end, I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a wonderful, blessed 2016! Thank you for an amazing year.
For the first time in my personal crochet history, I am working with predominantly pastels. I have to say, I love the results! My Instagram feed is perfectly pastel! In this post I share the pastel WIPs that have made me so happy.
Some of you will have seen this Micro Sophie’s Universe by Geneva-Kae Snyder. Made using embroidery thread, it is absolutely stunning!
To celebrate the publication of ‘Big Hook Rag Crochet, I will be doing a blog tour over the next 11 weeks. Follow us for a chance to win your own copy.
This is a free crochet shawl pattern for the Monday Blues Shawl. Made with Scheepjes Noorse Sokkenwol, it can be worn as a scarf too.
This yarn-bombed car was created by Kristine Munson from the Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare Association in Trinidad Colorado. All the colours and motifs make me smile :)
This lazy waves shawlette is worked from the top down. It lends itself perfectly to using a slow colour change yarn.
I have had the most amazing crochet weekend ever! We crocheted, we dyed yarn, we made hooks, we ate lots, and we hunted for fossils.
This continuous crochet baby blanket is perfect for a preemie or for a car seat blanket. It is worked in a spiral.