Fingerless gloves — done! Wrist warmers — One pair done! Bunny hat — done! Other stuff — in progress! Now to find the time to write all the patterns down, post them, and write some proper blogposts for them. As you can see from… Continue Reading “Lots of Finished Objects – just no time for blogging”
May passed in a flurry of writing and crochet projects and, before I knew it, the winter solstice is less than three weeks away!
This past long weekend I at last got around to making the first two gloves — Hawkeye and Black Widow.
Around the world people are making crocheted octopuses for babies – specifically those in the NICU – you can read more about it over here. One of my friends asked me to make one for her (she is pregnant at the moment) and I… Continue Reading “Baby Crochet – Squishy the Octopus and Beanies”
here are oodles of patterns — both free and paid — available, but I have decided to make one of my own as I was specifically asked for Marvel-themed gloves.
After some time when I was struggling with a scarf — not so much the pattern as just getting the time to work on it and not being entirely happy with the yarn that I was using — I’m finally back to my normal… Continue Reading “WIPs – Baby Crochet for Charity”
One of the awesome things about Pinterest and Ravelry is that there is always new patterns to discover and there’s a pattern for everyone. So, when I came across this Jack Skellington baby beanie, I knew the perfect person to make it for… The… Continue Reading “Jack Skellington and Crocheting for Babies”
After a few weeks of electricians, plumbers, no hot water in the house, and lots and lots of stress crocheting, I do have some finished pieces to show and the Eilian/peacock shawl is definitely coming along very well with about 500m of the yarn… Continue Reading “The Peacock Shawl and Lots of Beanies”
Although 2017 is only a few days old, I am pleased to already have a FO and a new WIP. The wrist warmers which I made as a Christmas present were also finished in time and the receiver loved them (yay!). The pattern for… Continue Reading “A Green Shawl, Wrist Warmers, and 2017’s First WIP”
I’ve already stated my writing goals, so I thought that I would take this time to look at what I want to achieve next year with regard to my crafting.