Now spring is almost here, it's time to put away the winter wollies and bring out the casual wraps... or at least, I think so. The turquoise wrap is aptly named Tess D'Urberville (free from Ravelry) a simple knit pattern with a crochet edge to give it some contrasting colour. My pink ballet wrap is for… Continue reading It’s a wrap!
Ever heard of a Narwhal? No, I hadn't either until I read this. So I made one. Cute isn't he. I used this free pattern, and some yarn I had in stock. It never ceases to amaze me what patterns you can find!
I have wanted a pinafore dress for.... years! I could never find one in the shop, and then I discovered this. Tilly and the Buttons Cleo pinafore and dungaree dress. I find that Tilly's pattern's are incredibly easy to follow, and this didn't take long to make. I love the finished article too - you… Continue reading Pinafore for Perfection
As mentioned previously, I love the Herdy brand. I had absolutely no reason to buy this pattern, other than the fact that it is soooo cute! It's £1 from their online shop. So easy to create, and so much fun! Hello Herdy!
These 2 little neat travel sets are based on ideas that I've seen on Pintrest, Etsy, and other brilliant sites great for ideas. The bumble bee fabric is from Stuart Hillard's collection (from the Great British Sewing Bee, series 1) - Sewing Bumble Bee buttons and Sewing Bumble Bee Honeycomb Yellow, matched with a plain dark… Continue reading Travel and tidy