A new addition to my Etsy shop this weekend – a set of three gift tags with little crocheted stars.
I think they’d be perfect gift toppers for matching bridesmaid’s gifts or wedding gifts.
With this simple, easy-to-follow nesting bowls crochet pattern, you can rustle up some handy little storage in no time.
I must admit that my favourite projects are the practical ones. There’s a great deal of satisfaction in regularly using something you made yourself that really solves a problem or serves a purpose. But there’s not reason practical can’t also be pretty!
What’s been most viewed in my Etsy store this week?
People are obviously feeling very creative in May as they are all crochet patterns and kits!
|Top of the pops is my robin crochet kit.|
|Closely followed by the digital download of the same robin crochet pattern.|
|Next up is my vintage bag pattern, adapted from an elegant 1930s pattern I inherited from my Great Aunt.|
|My apple and pear crochet kit. I expect lots of people have teacher gifts in mind at this time of year.|
|And also in the top five is my very limited-edition oak leaf brooch crochet kit.|
I made some little crochet amphorae! Yes I did, and now you can too!
I’m so pleased to have finally got this amphora crochet pattern written up. It’s been an itch I’ve needed to scratch for ages, and its the longest and most detailed pattern I’ve written to date.
Here’s a new design I’ve added to my range today: rainbow brooch cards.
I have no idea why it had never occurred to me to add rainbows to my range of brooch cards before, because they’re so cheerful and I think anyone would love to receive a card with one of these brooches.
I’ve just taught myself how to crochet an i-cord! I may be a little late to the party, I know this technique has done the rounds, but as I was looking for help online, I didn’t find exactly the information I wanted, so I thought it might be helpful to set out my version of how to make a crochet i-cord here. Read More
I’m using my crochet wash mitt pattern, which I haven’t used for a while, and it’s rather fun rediscovering it, almost as if it were written by a stranger. Terry toweling washcloths are all very well, but hand-crocheted wash mitts are definitely the business!
A friend of mine has asked me to make her some crocheted bathroom items to complement some new towels she’s getting – great way to quickly ‘refresh’ your bathroom if you can’t afford a new suite! Read More