My great-granny crocheted some beautiful doilies, I took the central flower motif (something old) and turned it into a delicate petal garter (something new) in a beautiful soft blue to make ‘Something Blue’.
Eve’s Leaves is a fun little pattern…Not so much practical underwear as a way to encourage your significant other’s appreciation of your knitting (and look the other way as you bring even more yarn home).
---The perfect outfit for the North Pole this Christmas. A cosy festive themed Shawl Collar Jacket with tiny sheep (Ramdeer) motif’s worked around the body and sleeves. To complete the outfit, a wobbly red nose and a handsome pair of antlers.
This little pouch with a zipper closure makes a secure wallet or a change purse. It can also hold treasures and be a cheerful little friend when you need one. This pattern was adapted from the Rascally Raccoon Pocket Pal. It is a great way to use mini skeins or to use up leftover sock yarns.
When I was a girl, my mother had a small stuffed animal that was used to hold ice whenever we got a scrape. Modeled after that pattern, this cat is worked in Tunisian Crochet Knit Stitch, and is a perfect project for beginners!
Tart and sweet, oranges are a versatile fruit. Eaten plain, they make a great snack. Squeezed, they are the perfect start to the morning. Dotted with cloves, they fill a room with delicious scent. Make your own, and allow them to delight your eye with their color.
Diamond Forever is a quick knit that uses little yarn and is ideal as a last minute gift. With a single skein of glitzy yarn, you can make plenty of bracelets for all of your friends. This bracelet can be worked in any yarn, in any gauge, to fit any wrist size. You can work as many strands as you wish.
Sweet and succulent, strawberries signal the start of summer. With small white blooms and bright red fruit, strawberries make their way into pies, desserts and drinks. Enjoy these crochet strawberries any way you want!