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.
I've been reading the Ruby Red Shoes books to little Lottie and we absolutely love the beautiful description of Ruby's cost caravan. Cups of tea, books to read and cozy blankets to cuddle up in. It really reminds me of the atmosphere I try to create in our home with lots of cushions, books, handmade … Continue reading Lovely lavender
Free crochet pattern for a Pokeball
Halloween is only just starting to get big here in Australia. Our Oct 31st tradition of closing the blinds and ignoring the one neighborhood kid who watches too much American TV is changing slowly but Christmas is still the focus. I get very excited when the tinsel and plum puddings start appearing mid-October and have … Continue reading It’s Beginning to Look A Lot like Christmas
I've been wanting to try this pattern for a while and now that I've gotten into it I don't know what intimidated me so much about it! I followed The Crochet Crowd's fantastic pattern and it's coming together quick. Little Lottie thinks I'm making her a snowflake so I'll keep going in alternate blues in … Continue reading Star Baby Afghan
It took 2 weeks longer than expected but I've finally finished this beautifully thick and warm scarf for my sister. Considering it's already snowing in parts of Canberra, I'm keen to send it to her this week (after I've weaved in the ends of course). It was super easy. Just chain the width you want … Continue reading Thick SC Winter Scarf
I've been crocheting since I was 7 but have only recently moved onto more complicated projects like cupcakes and dolls. The best place to start for tutorials in beanies, blankets, little toys and baby booties is HappyBerry Crochet UK. Her name is Laura and she runs my favourite YouTube channel packed full of easy to … Continue reading My Favourite Crochet site