The Bobble Pop blanket is a colourful crochet blanket pattern, designed to use up lots of leftover yarn in a fun and practical way.
This year I have been working through my yarn stash looking for ways to use up leftover yarn which creates something attractive and useful. I hate waste, so this project really worked for me.
Yes you read that right – I’m giving this crochet sweater pattern away free, it’s all in the page below from women’s sizes XS to 3X.Keep Reading
Diamonds, Leaves or Circles? What do you see?
Perceptions is a deceptively simple crochet shawl / triangle scarf pattern which can be worked with almost any yarn and hook. I use the term scarf and shawl interchangeably here as it can be worn both ways!Keep Reading
Recently I was gifted some vintage crochet threads by someone who had inherited them from their late great aunt’s haberdashery. I don’t normally work with crochet thread as the tiny hooks are a little too much of a challenge for my clumsy hands!Keep Reading
In my continued effort to bust my way through my stash, I have put together a super quick cotton crochet face cloth pattern using some left over yarn from my Pencil Pencil Case Pattern.Keep Reading
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
What’s in a name? Snood v Cowl
Over Christmas I was commissioned to make some snoods for a friend’s children. After doing some research into what size a child’s snood might be, I got to wondering where a snood turned into a cowl. The words are often used interchangeably, but they are actually different items.Keep Reading
I’ve been seeing lots of really cute pixie / bonnet style hats popping up on kids all over social and actual real life of late… it got me wondering why kids get all the fun stuff…Keep Reading
I have childhood memories of watching catchphrase on early saturday evening TV. There’s something weirdly refreshing about taking things literally (instead of navigating your way through context, subtext and metaphors).
“Say what you see”. That was the… well, the catchphrase of the show. It was also the inspiration for this pattern. A pencil pencil case.Keep Reading
This brightly colour cotton shawl is perfect for those spring and summer days where you just never quite know what the weather is going to do! Though the version pictured is made from brightly coloured cotton aran yarns, this pattern also lends itself well to any yarn and hook. You start at the point and keep going until you reach the size you want or run out of yarn!Keep Reading
This pattern uses a simple stitch repeat to create a highly textured, 3d, chunky cowl. This makes the Connected Cowl incredibly warm. The stitches work together to create a beautiful net like pattern, each stitch reaching out to connect with the others.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
You know that moment when you or your little one are due to go to a Christmas party and you suddenly need a festive accessory quick sharp?
Or your colleagues decide to have a last minute Christmas themed day at work…
This is what the Speedy Santa Hat Pattern was made for!Keep REading
Forget the Christmas jumper, it’s all about the Crochet Christmas Hat! And who can resist this cute Christmas Pudding Beanie, complete with holly sprig and berries? With 8 sizes from newborn to adult available, you can make one for all the family! (I want to see those family pictures please!)
To share the festive love, I am offering the Toddler size pattern Free below!Keep Reading
Introducing the Pin me Sunshine Pin cushion. Bring some sunshine into your crafty life!
The name was meant to be a play on the song “Bring me sunshine” (I’ve had the Morcambe and Wise version in my head ever since) but I think that may be a bit tenuous, I never was good very good at puns! You can read more about this project on the blog.Keep Reading
I loved making the Studio scoodie and have a bit of a thing for it’s texture. I felt like I wasn’t finished with that stitch pattern so I decided to add some colour work (I’m a sucker for a stripy scarf) and create a whole range!
Also in the range is the Studio Bun Hat Free Pattern or the downloadable set of 3 beanie patterns for the price of 1.
But today I bring you the studio stripe scarf!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