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The Shawl Collection

22 Nov

I decided to sell 4 of my shawl patterns as a set, The Shawl Collection. It is composed of the Ederra Shawlette, the Sunkissed Shawl, Twirly Wrap and the Agate Capelet.

The set costs $10.00


Quite Proud…

2 Jul

For two reasons, first it’s crochet and it’s a new craft to me and, second, I sewed the lining inside the bag and that is quite a challenge for me! I really like the finished product, a cute little bag! It was a test for the designer.

Finished a Birth Present Set

21 Jun

And, to keep working on my crochet skill, I crocheted it all, in Bernat Baby Jacquards, “I’m a Big Boy” colourway.

I made a hat, a pair of booties, a blanket and a little kitty. All of it going to my friend Lisa for her baby boy who should be born in about two weeks.

Working on a Baby Blanket

16 Jun

I’m crocheting a baby blanket for a birth present. One of my friends is expecting a baby boy very soon. The pattern is Bright Baby Blanket, a free pattern from Lion Brand Yarn.

I’m using Bernat Baby Jacquards, “I’m a big boy” colourway.

It’s a pretty simple pattern, basically a giant granny square!

Crocheted Market Bag

14 Jun

I’m working on improving my crochet skill. I taught myself to crochet a few years ago but haven’t had so many opportunities to improve since. So, in order to do just that, I’m trying to take on increasingly challenging patterns.

My latest project is a market bag, made out of a 100% cotton yarn. Pattern is free and is here.

Knit Picks Socks Finished and Renamed

3 Jun

I have just finished the socks for my Knit Picks submission. Now that they are knit in this bright yarn, they really remind me of candies rather than a tortoise shell, so I decided to rename them Candy Toes instead of Tortoise Toes.

Thanks to my friend Julia who modeled them, I have some very nice pictures…

Pattern is available here.

A Quick In-Between Project

1 Jun

Yesterday, I made a little cap in crochet as a test for the designer, it’s a really quick project, it took me about 2 1/2 hours to make. The pattern can be found here. I made it in a 100% cotton yarn.

Here it is, modeled by my 4-year old – he enjoyed the photo shoot 😉

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