The Fishing Boat

Here is the second of the individual squares for the Cornwall CAL. The Fishing Boat is working in red, white and light grey (Silver Cloud) on a pale turquoise background. Using 4mm hook and mini-c2c.  Follow this link for instructions.   When you are on the increase rows the row number will indicate how many blocks … More The Fishing Boat

Evening Evelyn

Oh I have NO idea where Drops get the names from for their patterns but ignoring the name, this shawl is quick and easy to work up. I was given a skein of the delightfully soft Juniper Moon Farm “Herriot” dk.  It’s 100% baby alpaca and it is wonderful to work with.  I used a … More Evening Evelyn

Is this winter?

I’m either busy or tired.  Or just plain sleepy. The problem of short days is that once it begins to get dark I just want to curl up and go to sleep.  This has the awful result of there just not being enough hours in the days for me to do all the things I … More Is this winter?

The Seagull

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

Cornwall C2C CAL

Here it is, in all it’s glory! This is now the FINAL, final image of the Cornwall CAL. I’ll be working the blanket in mini-c2c to get it done quickly but there is no reason why it can’t be worked in the usual c2c. Isn’t it lovely?  I’m really pleased with it and my son, … More Cornwall C2C CAL

Felted Nose Bag

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