Back in February 2018, I designed a crochet pennant to house all my pins.
You can read the original blog post, which includes not only the pattern but also what inspired me to design it and why crochet banners are so great for pins (they have the holes!) here. Or you can skip straight to the free pattern below!Keep Reading
This fun colourful crochet project is made by making a number of crochet cords and joining them all together to form a chain.
Firstly we need to look at making crochet cords.Keep Reading
As a last minute christmas gift, I adapted the pattern and used finer yarn to make small tree tree decorations – if that makes any sense.
Here’s one I popped in a Christmas Card to my step mum who lives overseas and who loved it! I thought this was a lovely small way of sharing handmade so wanted to share the pattern with you too.Keep Reading
Check out the free pattern below for the twinkle, twinkle crochet star. This quick and easy crochet star decoration. Perfect to add some sparkle to your home!
My crochet star decorations come out every Christmas without fail (and sometimes stay out throughout the year!).Keep Reading
This post shows you how to crochet a holly sprig with berries to add to your festive crochet makes.
This is a really quick decorative project. These cute sprigs can be made into festive pins for used to embellish items such as hats, scarves or even as table decorations.Keep Reading
This is a super quick fun amigurumi project which is great for a beginner looking to practice their skills! You can read about the inspiration behind this pattern and my love of ideas here (this was my first blog post too!).Keep Reading