I’ve been re-stocking – reforesting? – my shop with my tabletop Christmas trees over the weekend. Yes, I know it seems terribly early, but I sold three within minutes of posting about them, so people are obviously already on the look out for their Christmas ornaments!
Today I’ve been updating my decorative gourd and pumpkin ornaments range. I have some new combinations and some (hopefully) better photographs to show you.
I’ve been refreshing my range of eco-friendly floral crocheted brooches this week. It’s been a while since I had some of these designs in stock, and now I have some pretty new colours too!
More new additions to my shop this week! These little Christmas trees are now rivalling my pinecones as my favourite things to make. It’s far too early for a real Christmas trees (we’re a week-before-Christmas family) but I’ve had such a lot of fun decorating these tiny treasures.
This year I’m trying to make it a little easier for visitors to visualize my range of handmade Christmas ornaments, by creating separate Etsy listings for as many of the variations as possible.
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.
It’s been a momentous week, that’s left me feeling the need for familiar, cozy things. So I’m leaving my more demanding design work aside this afternoon and settling down to some simple crochet.
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’m delighted to announce the arrival of the Little Conkers crocheted snails! They’ve been a bit slow getting here, but then they are snails… Did you know the collective noun for snails (crocheted or otherwise) can be a walk, rout or escargotoire? The collective noun for slugs is a cornucopia.
I’ve just completed this set of crocheted fruit in a colour palette inspired by the fabrics of Cath Kidston.