One of my favorite things about having my patterns on Ravelry, is seeing the super cute projects you guys make from my patterns. Today I thought I would show you a few of my favorites. All of the photos below are not my photos, they belong to the people listed in the captions on each… Continue reading Projects Made From My Patterns
For earth day this week I decided to make a reusable alternative to the disposable Swiffer clothes. The crochet part is beginner, but you do need to know how to sew elastic on with a sewing machine This pattern is property of Left-handed Crochet, you may not sell the finished product or pattern online. The yarn… Continue reading Reusable Swiffer Cloth
Four years ago I made a water-bottle holder up as I went along, and it turned out looking terrible. I was still getting the hang of crocheting, even though I had been crocheting for 4 years already. Water-bottle holder 4 years ago, crocheted at age 9. The problem with this holder was that it was… Continue reading Water-bottle Holder Pattern
This past month was finish all of my work-in-progress projects, some of which I have had in progress for 16 months or more. I finally finished my Spiderweb baby blanket after 16 months.I used Bernat Satin Solids in Aqua. The baby I intended to give it to is now to big for it! I completed… Continue reading Finally Finished!
One of my favorite amigurumi crochet books is My Crochet Doll by Isabelle Kessedjian. I discovered it while browsing at Barnes & Noble and immediately fell in love with all the cute designs for the dolls and there clothes. The only thing you have to remember is that the book is written in British terminology, not U.S.… Continue reading My Crochet Doll Book Review & Leotard Pattern
One of my favorite things to crochet are baby booties. And while I was browsing on Ravelry I found this adorable pattern for Rain boots by Repeat Crafter Me. After making them I decided something was missing and decided to make a rain hat to go with it. After a search for "rain hat" on Ravelry turned up nothing,… Continue reading Rain or Bowler Hat For Babies