This lovely seagull is worked on a bright Royal background. All these squares are worked using the mini C2C technique using 4mm hook and Dk yarn. For further information on how to work the mini Corner to Corner technique please see the other post (coming soon!) R – Royal C – Charcoal (dark grey) W – … More The Seagull
Last year I knitted a lovely bag in Drops Eskimo and then felted it. The bag was so popular and I sold lots of the yarn and the pattern. This year I’ve decided to crochet a bag. I love this yarn. When you felt it you need to stick it in your washing machine at … More Felted Nose Bag
A customer asked me earlier in the year if I could show her how to work the V-Stitch. I’d never heard of it! So I quickly Googled it and discovered a wonderful stitch to use for making blankets. Since then I’ve had a customer ask if they could use it for a scarf, of course … More I just love the V-Stitch!
One of the main reasons I don’t charge for my patterns is that I don’t believe anything I do is actually 100% original. Despite doing a fashion course 15 years ago where we were told that just changing a pocket on a blouse adding or subtracting it, placing it in a different position etc created … More Nothing New Under the Sun
I’ve done it. I can’t tell you how many mistakes I made and how many times I had to rip back the odd row or two. I just got so carried away with chatting, or watching tv that I wasn’t concentrating. It is now finished. It is warm. It is snuggly. My son thinks it’s … More Feather & Fan Neckwarmer