Grape Crochet Pattern and Ravelry

Three blog posts in the space of two weeks! This is a record for Little Conkers!

Firstly I want to let you know that Little Conkers is now on Ravelry! And secondly I have a new pattern to introduce.

I’ve been aware of Ravelry for many years of course, but I avoided joining because I didn’t think I had the time to properly engage on another social media platform. And I don’t like to do anything unless I can do it ‘properly’ – this literally is the story of my life and the reason I have never done many things!

Find me on Ravelry as LittleConkersUK

But the little push I needed was the positive and proactive way they have responded to the EU VAT changes (see my blog post on this) that has made me think that being a seller with them would feel more like a partnership than being a seller with Etsy currently does.

So I’m on Ravelry as LittleConkersUK.

It’s going to take a while for me to get the hang of it all, but do say hi if you’re on there!

You will shortly be able to view and download all my crochet patterns there, but it’s just going to take a little while for Ravelry to index them all.

Meanwhile I have another new pattern to introduce – a real milestone this one, as I think it’s a key design in any fruity decoration. Introducing my group of grapes!

Crocheted Grapes

You can download the grape crochet pattern from my Etsy shop as usual.

And you will shortly be able to purchase the grape pattern via Ravelry (you don’t have to be a Ravelry member to do this).

In addition to offering the pattern, I will also add this to the range of fruit available ready-made from my Etsy shop. These are 100% organic as usual, and available in purple, green or the colour of your choice!

Crochet Grapes Pattern

I really do think grapes make the finishing touch to a fruit bowl arrangement, as in this set inspired by a Cath Kidston retro palette:

Hand-crocheted fruit arrangement in pastel colours

I may not be able to maintain this white hot level of blogging much longer, but I do hope to post more often in 2015. I think every single blogger on the planet says that at the start of every year!

Sharing your finished make

If you go on to make this pattern, I’d love to know how you get on!

Also, if you’d like to give the pattern a mention on your favourite social media, it’s a great help to my little business:

  • On Instagram, use the hashtag #LittleConkers or tag me @LittleConkersUK on a picture
  • Add a picture of your make to my Facebook Page
  • Tweet a picture using #LittleConkers and tag me @LittleConkers
  • Pin this pattern to one of your Pinterest boards using one of the buttons on this page

Thank you!


See all my fruit and vegetable crochet patterns on Ravelry!

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