A poet, a blogger and a friend. Oh, and an excuse to by stationary. No pattern, just my imagination and a bit of inspiration produced a notebook cover and matching pencil case. Fabric was fat quarters from Hobbycraft. Awesome.
So, what do you make for someone who has, quite literally, everything? Something to store stuff in. Excellent idea. So, for mum's birthday, I made her 3 woolly baskets. In blue, her favourite colour, with a red trim... because I could. A slight variation on this free love Yarnspirations pattern they are shorter and smaller. They are… Continue reading Basket Case
We should learn from the snail: it devised a home that is both exquisite and functional. - Frank Lloyd Wright. I love this random present. A snail. An easy Amigurumi Crochet pattern. So effective. Favourite colour: green, and some the grey yarn matches really well. A fab stash busting project!
well, ok bracelet. This one was easy. Using 4ply yarn and a 3mm crochet hook, chain 75, turn, skip 5 and then treble (US double) crochet all the way back. You should be left with 70 stitches and a loop. Attach a bead (or make a ball of wool on the end). Done. 🙂
Living in Bumble, means we need bumbles. The Boy, chocolate puppy, mummy bumble, me and then squeaky pup. Originally I made 4 (all except Mummy B) but The Boy felt that she needed one too... An easy amigurumi pattern, free (of course) from Ravelry Bee Breezy from "Adventure Time", I'm pretty sure they were supposed to… Continue reading Bumbles!