This big, bulky, crochet cowl is beautifully warm. Fast to crochet up, this Cowl is a versatile piece to add your winter wardrobe.
A decorative addition to your celebrations! Buntings can be used over and over again, making them a great use of left over yarn scraps. If your a new crocheter and need a visual I have made up a free class on Thinkrific to help.
Stunning yarn needs a simple pattern to displays it’s gorgeousness. This simple ripple stitch is used to highlight the yarn. Use one skein and join the ends to create a cowl or two to make a stunning scarf.
Australian crochet terms used in this pattern. I tend to make up the pattern as I go with these bags. Cotton yarns work well as they don’t stretch out as much as wool or acrylic yarns do. I use various weights of yarn, with an 8ply, I use a 3.5mm hook, with a 10ply a… Continue reading Crochet Market Bag – a recipe
For the last few years I have been seeing Temperature blankets popping up in my social media feeds. Although I have been tempted, I also know I’m not the greatest at sticking to long term projects. As the many UnFinished Objects hidden around the shop in the boxes under the shelves attest too. (and you… Continue reading Temperature Wrap CAL