Free crochet pattern for a Pokeball Continue reading Pokéball Crochet Pattern
My second attempt has gone much more smoothly. I think it’s just a touch too big and will remove maybe 4 rows from the final pattern but my little Lottie loves it. I’ve used 8ply acrylic yarn and a 4mm hook which has produced a much better result. I also played around with colour change techniques. I just have to work on the button now. … Continue reading Crochet Pokéball; Take #2
Usually I find a cute pattern, crochet it, hand it to Lottie then never see it again. I found these when organising her toy chest and was hit with the instant urge to make all of the things! The macaroon is my own pattern, strawberry and cupcake from HappyBerryCrochet and the star was a mix of a Pinterest pattern and my own improvising. Amigurumi is … Continue reading Amigurumi 💕
I wanted something special and not made out of chocolate for Lottie’s Easter present. Thanks to the wonderful Laura at HappyBerry Crochet I was able to make this sweet little bunny. Lottie loved her bunny and I loved the sweet amigurumi pattern that worked up in a few nights. Here is the link to the video tutorial and also HappyBerry Crochet‘s wonderful website if you … Continue reading Cute Crochet Bunny for Easter
I’m considering making a bunch of these as favours for Lottie’s birthday party next month so I combined some of the bits I’ve picked up from amigurumi and cupcake patterns and came up with a pattern of my own. I have come across crochet macarons before but they always turned out so small and not very macaron-looking. So here’s my own attempt at a pattern. … Continue reading Crochet Macarons Pattern
It’s spring in Sydney and that means fresh strawberries, flowers and ice cold lemonade feature heavily in our weekends. Lottie is almost 3 and really into tea parties and role playing with food. I have to check the grill for plastic donuts before putting on dinner! I used HappyBerry Crochet’s wonderful pattern to create this strawberry – – which was such a hit I’m going … Continue reading Bumblebees for Spring!