In preparation for sharing the pattern with you next week, I am sharing some photos of how the Banksia Blanket turned out. I love it!
The Midnight Garden Lapghan I designed for Yarn 2 is a celebration of moonlit walks and simple crochet pleasures. The pattern is easy to memorise and the motifs are small, making it the perfect choice for an on-the-go project. Although the colours aren’t traditional baby colours, this blanket would be great as a gift for a new baby.
The Namaqualand Blanket is very special to me for many (mostly sentimental) reasons. It is meant to reflect the colours of the beautiful flowers that grace the Namaqualand ‘veld’ every Spring. I am delighted to share the pattern with you.
The Namaqualand blanket is very dear to my heart. I designed it for my South African crochet tour with Be Inspired last year and the colours and pattern are meant to reflect the beautiful flower-strewn fields that grace Namaqualand every spring.
Jenny and I are very excited to bring you the pattern for Charlotte’s Dream, a crochet blanket consisting of 12 Charlotte Squares with a simple Popcorn edging.
Today is another ‘Look At What I Made’ moment. I finished this little baby blanket more than six months ago and I love it dearly. It is made using Shelley Husband’s Flowers Abound squares and my Banksia Border.
I am very excited to share my latest ‘make’ with you. Joy’s Journey is a continuous crochet blanket with a fun, tactile pompom border. It has been designed for (and dedicated to) people who suffer from Alzheimer’s or Dementia.
This continuous crochet baby blanket is perfect for a preemie or for a car seat blanket. It is worked in a spiral.
This is the pattern for my ‘Summer in Swanage’ crochet blanket. It contains plenty of photos and helpful tips. Enjoy!
My beach hut blanket is done and I have decided to call it Summer in Swanage. I have loved every minute of this project!