As promised, I have created a complete kit for my recently published star stitch dishcloth crochet pattern.
Today I have a really sweet little crochet project for you, that’s perfect if you need a break between larger projects and is also a great way to use up some yarn oddments.
This is my Cottage Keychain Crochet Pattern.
Scroll down for the pattern download links.
As well as trying to get through my list of new crochet patterns to publish this year, I’m also working through and updating my older patterns.
The latest one I’ve updated is my popular turnip crochet pattern.
The weather has been warming up in the UK, but there’s still enough of a chill some evenings that I need to make something filling to warm up little tummies, especially after swimming lessons or a hike with the scouts.
I often turn to steamed puddings as they are so easy to make and fit easily into a busy schedule.
This week it has been unusually warm and springlike in my part of the UK, and the sunshine has enabled me to take some more photos of some of my spring designs.
My versatile Christmas Ornament Crochet Pattern has always been popular, but I wanted to make it easier to visualise as a Spring Ornament Crochet Pattern too, so I’ve made some new models.
I’ve been cheerfully darning and repairing lots of items this week. An ex-colleague of Mr Conkers, remembering the visible mending I’d done on one of his jumpers, asked if I could repair some woollens after an attack of clothes moths.