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 all the information you need in one place.Read More
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.Read More
I have thoroughly updated my Face Scrubbies and Laundry Bag crochet pattern this week, with new diagrams and photos to make it even easier to work.
If you’re a previous purchaser on Ravelry, you will have been sent a link to download the new version. If you previously bought it on Etsy (before 13th April 2018), please get in touch with your Order Number and e-mail address if you’d like to receive the updated version.
While I’m thinking about this pattern, I wanted to mention that the super-simple mesh bag that serves as a laundry bag for the face scrubbies, can also be used for many other things.
Well, there’s no denying we’re well into August now, and my target date is looming!
I was hoping the summer holidays, and the break from all the kids’ regular clubs would give me more time to crochet. The trouble is, although I’m crocheting more than usual, it’s not all on this blanket!
Without this blanket dashboard for my granny stripe blanket, there is no way I’d have made this much progress. It is totally the visual support I needed to keep me at it. My rate of progress has dropped a bit, but I’m still looking good to meet my September target I think.
The guys over at LoveCrochet are celebrating the talents of small and independent designers like myself throughout the month of June, and I have joined them to offer special discounts on selected patterns.