These ammonite wrist warmers are quick to make and easy to customise. The Bubble stitches yield a thick texture, perfect for winter.
As my eleven year-old told me: Not everything has to be complicated. Sometimes we need a simple project to keep our hands busy while our minds figure things out.
It’s always nice to have a scrap yarn pattern that is not only pretty but useful as well. With its vibrant colours and versatile nature, this Sophie pincushion ticks both boxes. Attach it to your wrist or use it as a scissor keep.
I am very excited to share my Banksia Baby Blanket with you. It is constructed using a simple three-round repeat. The border adds contrast’ both in colour and in texture.
The Whipsiderry Border is lacy with a touch of surface texture.
“A Place for Everything, and Everything in its Place” was the reasoning behind this A Touch of Colour Clutch. I designed this little clutch for Issue 99 of Inside Crochet back in February 2018. I used left-overs from my Sophie Stool project to make it. Not only is it handy, it also uses up small […]
This Rainbow Storage Doorstop is colourful and quick to make, serving not only as a doorstop but also a handy storage depot for small toys.
The Sue Square is a small, simple square that would make an excellent addition to an existing blanket (or a gorgeous blanket all by itself).
Part 3 of Mary’s Memory is a quick one. We will turn the bouquets from the last part into a hexagon again.
Part 2 of Mary’s Memory starts with some leaves and ends with six glorious blooms. I hope you enjoy this part!