I realised I never posted an update on finishing my scrappy Zig-Zag Crochet Blanket, which I completed some time ago, so here it is!
Update: This raffle has now been drawn and the winners have been contacted.
I have just thoroughly overhauled my banana crochet pattern and am publishing the shiny new version today!
T-shirt fabric seems to be getting thinner and thinner. My eldest has only had this t-shirt a couple of months, and already it has those small holes developing where the fabric rubs on a trouser waistband or belt. Time for some more mending.
Pretty pastel snails have been proliferating at Conker Corner recently as I’ve given my popular snail crochet pattern a refresh. The crochet pattern itself hasn’t changed, but I’ve brought the pattern documents up to date with my current layout and style for maximum readability and clarity.
Waaaaaay back in autumn 2020, I designed a crochet pattern for a cheval set. This is a set of pretty mats or doilies – traditionally a larger oval mat and two or more smaller round mats – that were used on a dressing table to protect it from jars, perfume bottles, brushes, etc, and toRead more ⟶
If you’re looking for a bit of instant crochet gratification, you can’t beat my textured washcloth pattern! These are quick to make up and feature a pretty stitch that’s fun to work.
Here’s a brand new crochet pattern for a heart square or block that you can use to build a blanket or in many other projects. I was designing this in February, taking inspiration from all the hearts floating about around Valentine’s Day, but it’s perfect for a baby blanket, or a wedding gift too. YouRead more ⟶
I’ve been working on patterns for crochet blocks recently, so I thought I’d share my preferred method for joining crochet squares, which is a slip stitch method.
As I’ve mentioned, I’m trying to make sure I crochet more for my family this year. Someone reminded me recently of the old saying “the cobbler’s children have no shoes” (more familiar to me in the French “les cordonniers sont les plus mal chaussés“) and it’s so true! So next off my hook have beenRead more ⟶