If you love the Mosaic patterns and the look of Tessellated Tiles, then this will be a favourite for you. The pattern is available on Ravelry (click here), Etsy (click here) and Love Crochet (click here). Mosaic Filet Lap Blanket. Made from Bendigo Woollen Mill 8 ply Dk Cotton In Parchment. I have been staring … Continue reading Mosaic Filet Crochet Lap Blanket
Following on from my two triangle shawls, Clematis Shawl and Vintage Clematis Shawl (shawl pictures and links at bottom of page), and at the suggestion of one of my testers, I designed this really cute Christening blanket. The pattern is available on Ravelry (click here) and Love Crochet (click here). The blanket is named after … Continue reading Amanda Christening Blanket
Pattern available on Ravelry (Click here for link), Etsy(Click here for link) and Love Crochet. This uses simple stitches and surface slip stitch to create an interesting textured look. Stylecraft Batik is used for best results. This is available on Love Crochet. For me the design process is a journey! Yes, I know. You are … Continue reading Just a Little Bit Batik, Shawl, Capelet, Shrug, Wrap.
This is a little square I designed a while ago. I have had visions of doing something more with it and a modified version of it is in the works (don't hold your breath though as I have a million WIPS on the go). You can get a printable version here on Ravelry and Love … Continue reading Sunburst Crochet Square
Sometimes when I design, I begin with an idea in my head and it tends to morph as it progresses. I may get an idea part way through, suddenly change course and the design changes. This was very much the case with this design. I had already begun to make the Tote when I decided … Continue reading Billy Thunder Crochet Tote
I refuse to count how many designs I have in progress at present. Surely a girl CAN'T have too many! I truly must finish some of them, one day, maybe! Yesterday I saw a post where someone was asking about all things Holly Hobby. I popped up a picture of a little blanket I did … Continue reading How many W.I.Ps are too many?