A few weeks ago I took a trip to the Kraft Kabin in Pontypridd. They have a wondrous selection of yarn, I think I could live there forever and never get bored! Like most crafters, I bought things I didn’t need, didn’t have plans for and couldn’t really afford! I couldn’t help it when I… Continue reading The Skull Shawl
So, it would seem the Virus Shawl is pretty hot right now. Absolutely loads of people were attempting it on the Bella Coco facebook group I’m a member of and I really loved that way it looked. Despite the fact I still have a C2C blanket on the go, I really couldn’t wait to try it.… Continue reading The Virus Shawl
So, after several visits from the frog, it’s finally done! I continued the decreasing rounds until there were only 4 shells remaining, which I sewed together as instructed. The back wasn’t joined as much as I thought it would be, so once the whole thing was done, I sewed it up another 18 inches or… Continue reading What an achievement!
Technically, its not a couple, it’s 3 which I believe would be classed as ‘a few’, but that didn’t sound as good. Anyway, let’s not get into semantics…….. I really wanted to take a little break from the mermaid tail. Don’t get me wrong, I’m enjoying it, but the repetitiveness was getting to me slightly… Continue reading A Couple of Cup Cosies
Yet another hobbycraft purchase! At £8 it really is a bargain. (I was lucky enough to get it in the Black Friday deals for £6.40!). Included in the box is an assortment of coloured yarns, 2 buttons (for the eyes), toy stuffing, a 3mm crochet hook, tapestry needle, a ‘how to crochet’ instruction booklet and full… Continue reading Owl really enjoy doing this project…. (badoom tsh!)
After completing the giraffe a week or so ago, I was left with a ball of brown yarn. I wondered what I could do with it and thought I’d try my hand at crocheting a little robin redbreast. I put my trust in Google to find me a simple pattern and it gave me an easy looking pattern… Continue reading A Cheeky Robin Redbreast