Knitting projects need to be quick and easy for me, or they are a non-starter, plus I have to pick yarns to match the hooks I have, rather than the other way around, so I chose a chunky yarn and found a colourway that spoke to me of the recipient.
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The natural mushroom, and these new pastel versions in purple, yellow and green are all made in 100% organic cotton.
My Christmas Ornament crochet pattern is easy to work, but can be made with multiple variations for the central contrasting design, so it can be customised to create exactly the look you want.
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I’ve been re-stocking – reforesting? – my shop with tiny Christmas trees over the weekend. Yes, I know it seems terribly early, but I sold three within minutes of posting about them, so people are obviously already on the look out for their Christmas ornaments.
Well, there’s no denying we’re well into August now, and my target date is looming!
I was hoping the summer holidays, and the break from all the kids’ regular clubs would give me more time to crochet. The trouble is, although I’m crocheting more than usual, it’s not all on this blanket!