This week I am honoured to bring you Part 14 of the Wonder CAL 2016, hosted by American Crochet and the Crochet With Us Facebook Group. My mom and I can’t agree on whether this stitch looks more like quiver trees or Egyptian fans. What do you think?
I am very excited to bring you my latest 12″ square: Wishing Well. Designed for the Moogly CAL 2016, it was inspired by a flight of fancy.
Today I am sharing the pattern for the ‘Joy’s Journey Crochet Blanket’ with you. It is an extremely simple, meditative pattern, enhanced by the colour-change yarn and rounded off with a fun pompom edging.
Week 9 of the Last Dance on the Beach CAL 2016 is a simple cable stitch square that reminds me of the little prints scurrying crabs leave in the sand. I hope you enjoy it!
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!
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.
Birthday in Malmö is a more tranquil version of my Summer in Swanage blanket. I just LOVE the nostalgia of this blanket!
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.