I have now completed enough of the coat to feel it is worth sharing. Here is a photograph of the main body of the coat. As you can see, i have joined the side seams as much as is needed and inserted the first of the panels. I haven’t sewn in any ends and will… Read More The Tunisian crochet coat
Due to the British Grand Prix being on this weekend I am putting this post together on Monday instead of over the weekend so some of the photographs especially those at the end were created rather quickly (not tutorial standard) but I think they give the idea. Thank you for putting up with my rant… Read More Getting There!
I told you a few weeks ago that I had agreed to make my daughter a coat. Now I really like Regina’s patterns and this one was in Tunisian simple stitch that I thought I could manage. As I showed you I managed to get into the groove with DK yarn. Now I had had… Read More Why did I agree to this?
Just a quick post this week. Still working on blanket but I had a daughter with a birthday and decided a cactus in a pot would be a good idea to send. Decided a plastic pot with a crochet cover would be best to put in the post. I looked on the internet for a… Read More Another Potted Plant
I often make some things as presents and this year was no different. I showed you two of them, before I had bought the posts. But here are all three presents in the pots I bought. All come from this book. and here are some closer views. The Notocactus. The Devil’s Tongue and a combination… Read More Presents I can now show you
First a little story of times past The first toy I ever bought for one of my children was a set of small coloured wooden blocks in a cardboard box. One inch each edge. Years later when my eldest was twelve and no longer played with the blocks and even my youngest was eight and… Read More You Win Some, You Lose Some!
No! I am not going to talk about those creatures you find in your home and garden but the top I was making for my daughter from this pattern – https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spiderdream I started it last December and showed you the beginnings. But the difficulty of meeting and so having her try it on meant that… Read More Turquoise Spiderdream
Or if you want to call it “Mother’s Day” If you include social distancing. and leave gifts on the doorstep while mother is safely inside at a distance. I arranged and photographed these later. I was bought fruit and wine! and chocolate and when I said how low I was on vegetables and had no… Read More Maybe you can visit your mother on Mothering Sunday
Having been home for almost two weeks with a cold that I didn’t want to pass on to anyone else at this tricky time, I am beginning to feel a bit lonely, so I may be writing posts on my blog more often, since talking to my blog seems a bit better than talking to… Read More I used to have Real Indoor Plants!
I wanted to make something to give my son-in-law as part of his birthday present. He belongs to CAMRA the real ale organisation, it’s one of his main hobbies, and I found a beer themed card, so I decided to make a crochet beermat. I didn’t have any beer coloured cotton yarn but I went… Read More A little present and some new socks