In between rows and rows of the blanket I keep doing little projects. One thing I think looks very sweet is crochet food, so I keep pinning patterns on Pinterest to try out for the play kitchen. My aim is to create a few things for my little girl for her birthday, though it is…… Continue reading Good enough to eat!
For me, every project tells a story. In my last post I mentioned the blanket I’m crocheting for my little boy, who loves nothing more than a snuggle when watching TV. Progress is slow but steady at the moment but as I have been working on it I have been reflecting on what I’ve discovered…… Continue reading Not just a blanket-5 things I’ve learned from one of my biggest projects
The butterflies from my previous post have finally become part of a project. A couple of evenings of sewing later I have finally been able to put up the beautiful pastel coloured felt bunting I have been working on. I just adore the colours; they remind me of cupcakes, ice cream and all things girly.…… Continue reading Butterflies and bunting
I have a sewing project in mind, in fact I’ve already begun-it is bunting for my daughter’s second birthday. I really wanted to add some motifs to the end flags using fabric and I had the perfect cutting die-a super simple butterfly. I have had a Cuttlebug die cutter for around 6 years and had…… Continue reading Cutting it-an experiment
When I am not crafting, I am a part time teacher. This week has been half term, meaning lots of family time and plenty of opportunities for creating. I have been rather busy with both crochet and sewing. My crochet project had two purposes: to use up some of my enormous wool collection, and to…… Continue reading Baskets of love