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…
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’ve just added something completely new to my new online shop – sets of the cutest little mini skeins for your delight and inspiration.
I’ve had such fun creating these knitting gift sets, thinking of just what I’d like to receive, and how to make it eco-friendly. They really are the perfect gift for knitters, both beginners and the more experienced.
Introducing my updated range of personalised notepads for crafters! These 100% recycled notepads feature my original drawings on the front, plus your personalised text.
I’ve been creating some new personalised notepad designs and I need your help! I’ve got some new notepads in stock, and I’ve created some great new designs for them, but before I can list them on Etsy, I need to create some finished examples for photographs. So I’m looking for volunteers to have a notepadRead more ⟶
Here’s another new addition to my range – personalised notepads for knitting and crochet. We all know how important it is to have a notepad handy when knitting or crocheting! These 100% recycled notepads feature my original drawings on the front, plus your personalised text. Update: I have updated these notepads with more designs andRead more ⟶
I do occasionally swap my crochet hook for knitting needles, and this week I’ve made a winter set for my youngest child. 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,Read more ⟶
It’s finished! I’ve really finished my jumper, and I’m wearing it as I type! Thus ends the tale of my prototype DROPS Design Ginny Jumper which is long enough to be a Scandinavian saga.
Well, the sleeves are now set in! It almost looks like a jumper now, there’s just the collar to tackle, but I’m waiting for a quiet, childless moment when I don’t have anything else to do (!) to pick up the large number of stitches required around the neck opening without loosing count.