The Chakra Shawl was designed to keep me warm at the end of my yoga class through the transition from active movement to rest (savaasana). It is A simple elegant triangle shawl designed to reflect the chakra system with colour coded tapestry and surface crochet elements.Keep Reading
Infinity scarves are awesome. For one thing, they don’t fall off like traditional scarves do sometimes. You can wear them as a single loop, or wrap them double to keep your neck and ears super cosy.Keep Reading
It’s not surprising that the French have many versions of the word kiss. Bisou is one of them and is typically used to signify affection between close friends or romantic partners.
In my old day job, one of my colleagues had a t-shirt which said Bisou Bisou. I always loved that t-shirt and it randomly popped into my head a week or so back, along with the idea of using tapestry crochet to put it on a cushion!Keep Reading
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.
Inspired by the Adult’s Rainbow Smiles Sweater, Cheeky Rainbows is a child’s version of the top down raglan pullover. With a gentle v-neck and rainbow chevron, this is a close fitting pullover aimed at bringing a splash of colour and a smile to the wearer!Keep Reading
Rainbow smiles is a top down raglan sweater with a gentle v-neck. Made with simple stitches, it is close fitting with a chevron burst of rainbow colour.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 is a super fun quick project, great for using up left over yarn and brightening any room.
This project was originally designed as part of my Christmas Free Festive Friday range, butI think it makes a great fun addition to any living space whatever the time of year!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.Keep Reading