Since overhauling our toy disaster collection a year ago, I've opted for quality, open ended toys that stimulate imaginative play. Our play room is full of wooden food, musical instruments, baby dolls and clothes and a gorgeous doll house full of little wire dolls and hand me down furniture from at least three generations. The … Continue reading Home Made crochet Steiner/Waldorf Gnomes and Nins
My husband did well this year. Not only did he totally surprise me but he got me something I absolutely love! This sampler of RichMore Percent 1/100 is one of my favourite gifts ever. It's so soft and the colours are just gorgeous. I cannot wait to make something special out of these little beauties. … Continue reading Beautiful birthday wool
More about the project, details on where to post your hearts to and how to donate can be found on the Little Hearts for Grace CAL page at Lottie & Albert -> http://lottieandalbert.blogspot.com.au/
I thought it would take a few tries to find a colour combination I was happy with but I actually love how my first attempt turned out. I used Sewrella's Parker baby hat pattern and the colours fit perfectly.
The start of my journey to crochet 100 poppies to donate to the Australian War Memorial's installation of 60 000
These gorgeous crochet hooks are just begging to make something beautiful. My work in progress is a scarf to match Lottie's winter beanie. But I'll like to tackle something new. Maybe something more decorative and delicate or maybe a big project like Sophie's Universe. Has anyone made one?
Free crochet pattern for a Pokeball