2022 is going to be a year where I’m going to try to crochet more for myself and my family. As a crochet designer, I love the design process: solving problems, working out the best way to achieve something. But it’s also very satisfying sometimes to enjoy some mindless, rhythmical crochet, long stretches of repetitiveRead more ⟶
My customers are so clever and often come up with suggestions for kits and ways to use my patterns that I haven’t thought of. This week one customer asked me for a different set of colours in my Eggs Crochet Kit, and I like the result so much, I’m offering it now as an optionRead more ⟶
A few weeks ago I shared some tips on how to regain your motivation with a knitting or crochet project when you’re struggling. I’m currently making a ballet wrap for my youngest which I am not loving…
Here are my current recommended last ordering dates for delivery by Christmas 2021. If you order by the date given below for your country/region, I will guarantee to have your item(s) in the post by the Royal Mail’s last recommended posting date for Christmas. Delivery time is not guaranteed, however, even for tracked services –Read more ⟶
These make a great change from eating yoghurts, although they are no more complicated. They are ideal for packed lunches and picnics – no spoons required! You don’t need to have special bottles, just make the yoghurt in a large Pyrex or plastic tub and pour it into glasses to serve, or into sealable beakersRead more ⟶
I’m currently working on a knitting project that I am not in love with, and trying hard to keep that all-important motivation so I thought I’d share some ideas on how you can power-up your knitting and crochet enthusiasm when you’re struggling.
I thought it might help to summarise on one page the range of skill levels that apply to my crochet kits. I indicate how easy each kit is in the product descriptions, but if you are browsing and want a shortlist of kits at the right crochet level for you or a friend, here’s allRead more ⟶
I’m so pleased to have finally been able to source organic cotton in the perfect colours for the details in my duckling crochet kits.
Following my decision to move away from the Whitecroft Bamboo crochet hooks I have been using for several years, I have been through many trials and tribulations trying to secure a reliable supply of sustainable crochet hooks for my kits.
These thick, creamy yoghurts are so delicious you’d be forgiven for thinking they contained much more luxurious ingredients. Peach and raspberry are my family’s favourite variations, but you can make them in a wide range of flavours. They are perfect for serving to people who ‘don’t like yoghurt’ or visiting children who are used toRead more ⟶