After struggling with generic crochet hooks for months I decided I'd had enough and would buy some new ones. As my KnitPro knitty sticks and circs have been so good, I bought a couple of their crochet hooks. They crochet like a dream, no more fighting with splitty yarn, they just glide through the stitches.… Continue reading New Hooks and Butterflies!
First of all I would like to say an epic thank you to Kim Guzman for featuring my Henrietta's Motif on her website, Make It Crochet. And an equally big thank you to the thousands of hookers crocheters who've downloaded the pattern, and those who just started following our 'umble craft blog 🙂 Now to… Continue reading To Do’s & Thank You’s
Slowly, very slowly, (weather gets hotter...I get slower) I'm working on some more reworking of motifs. The main problem is renaming, both me and Chris are getting old, grey cells a bit faded, and brainstorming new names is a wee bit tougher than it used to be!! When I'd finished re-crocheting 'Dixie's Motif', I could… Continue reading More motif changes!
Back in January 2015 I had a design frenzy, the only problem was, I had no idea what to call the patterns. As they were all generally motifs, I decided to give them girls names, from A to Z. I got to L before my crochet mojo left the building. I now realise that the last… Continue reading The Curious Case of the Disappearing Motifs
I've done some more updating of my older crochet patterns. This time it was Myrtle In The Round, Epic Picot Hexagon, Granny Was Framed, Samosa Purse and Octagonal Flower. And once again, here are the before and afters! All these patterns are FREE 🙂
Back in October 2013 I published my first crochet pattern, Spring Greens Coaster. It's always bothered me that back in the day, I mainly used acrylic, before the allergies kicked in. So I've decided to go back and re-crochet some of my earlier patterns in quality cotton yarn, take some clearer photos, and make any amendments where… Continue reading My First Crochet Pattern