It really has been a long time since I posted my crochet projects. Now I am back and ready to display my latest creation which is a crochet square bed throw. I have adapted a pattern from Dottie Angel’s blog, it is a great pattern and the blanket grows quickly (always a relief). As you can see I have not added the crocheted doilies but there’s still time so watch this space.
Taking advantage of a well earned day off, I have spent a blissful afternoon with Esmeralda.
She has been so forgiving of my stopping and starting, huffing and puffing.
Finally after a few false starts..let me present.. vintage skirts for my grand daughters…
I have followed the Www.danamadeit.com you tube video with just a few alterations e.g seams were made using a mock French seam.
The material used was Cath Kidston Rosali from the IKEA Wednesbury store.
- Atlast I have finished my Spring blanket. Hip, hip hooray. I have already started my next project and will share that with you next time. Time for a celebration with a Summer Paella.
An unexpected day to my self….and a day to reflect on the last few weeks. Last Bank holiday my husband and I visited a most beautiful garden in Nottinghamshire Pure Land. It is an amazing place oozing peace, tranquility and mindfulness. Of course I took my hook and yarn and as you can see my blanket is progressing. The day was rounded off nicely with a chickpea tagine.
It’s the last day of my Easter Holiday, a time for reflection, meeting friends, last minute shopping and tidying, ready to embrace work again. The garden is bursting into life and my spring blanket is taking shape. I have used Stylecraft Special Dk wool and I hope you enjoy the colours.
I have recently finished two Spring projects just in time for my garden to bloom. I adore this time of year, the colours available in yarn and emerging in the garden fill me with gratitude. When the world around me is busy, busy, busy, Colour helps me to stay in the moment. X
I am so over joyed that my great grandmother’s 1917 Singer sewing machine is back in working order thanks to my youngest son Tom. Thank you Tom. Last night armed with my Cath Kidston Sewing Book, I started work on my first project a pillow case for my grand daughter’s room. It did not turn out as planned but I am pleased with my first attempt. I am really interested in combining sewing with crochet so watch this space for future projects.
Hip, hip hooray at last the colour has come back into my life. I have spent the last six weeks under the weather with various ailments. But today, the colour has returned..yeah!
I am currently working on a cushion cover for my lounge. The colours I think you will agree are so cheerful and are certainly filling me with joy and gratitude.
At last, I have finished my granddaughter’s blanket for her new big girl’s bed. I am very proud! The granny squares have been joined together using the ‘join as you go’ method. There are lots of great You Tube clips that illustrate this method. I love the different shades of pink that all compliment each other. I am now feeling inspired…pass my hook quick!