Cuteness overload!!! Liam is rockin’ his new booties, just had to show y’all what they look like on a tiny human since you’ve seen them in my previous posts! . . Pattern: Classic Booties from @josiahandco
Hello 😊 I've chosen four pictures which I think probably give a good overview of my account to join in with @lucky_coins_home #lovethefeedsyoufollow ♥️ I love crochet, flowers and stitching 😊💕 and my grid tends to be very colourful! This is a lovely # to discover new accounts 😍 #lovethefeedsyoufollow_crochet
I wrote a blog post at the weekend with all the details of my farmhouse chunky granny blanket. I realised I hadn’t mentioned it here... because that’s apparently how I roll these days 🤪💕 (Blog link is in bio and I’ll add a swipe up story if you’re interested) xx
My Side Split Casual Pullover in the autumn issue of Crochet! magazine. This pullover uses Omega Sinfonia, a cotton dk weight yarn. The striping and shift in patterning will keep things interesting as you work this up.💕💕❤❤ Have you seen the issue yet?? Do you have a must make piece from the issue that you just have to make? Let me know!
Day 19/20 of the #keepingitrealchallenge is The Reality of Frogging. I frog some part of my projects at least once for various reasons. This one here happened in the morning because I got too cocky. After doing so many dolls I went through this new pattern and thought I got the hang of it only to realise 11 rows in that I made a mistake back in row 3. Note to self, cocky leads to frogging. 🐸
Shawl progress! 💃🏻 It’s hard to believe this is the same pattern as my other #bronwynshawl because they’re SO different- color, texture, size, drape, basically everything! But I think I love the pattern even more now (when I don’t mess up a step and have to frog many rows 😅). How is your #tlycshawlalong2019 going? 🌸 . Pattern: Bronwyn Shawl by @tlyarncrafts . Yarn: Milo by @manosdeluruguayyarns
When testers CRUSH their photos it actually brightens my day so much! It truly shows how much they love their makes and it fills my heart with joy seeing this! 💗 📸 @craftingforweeks . . This pattern and all patterns involve a lot of math. I use excel along with pen and paper to go over and over stitch counts, inches of fabric and ease to try and get the fit that I want. I’ve started trying to do this before I ever start making the actual garment. That way when I’m making it I’m essentially following the pattern already so I don’t have to frog too much. Unless I hate the look of it which is a whole other issue 😂 . . I really like math so I enjoy this process. The final result is like solving a weird puzzle and it gives me a lot of joy when this happens! What’s something weird that you do that you get a lot of joy from?! 💗 . . Reminder you can grab copies on both @etsy and hi.ravelry or find it over on @joyofmotion 🤗
I’ve spending today busily working to streamline my processes and plan for winter prep 🤗 I can’t wait to break out the cozy goodies for you guys that I have planned! ••• Since it is still summertime, I just added more size options for these breezy, lightweight Honey Locust Table Runners on my website to fit your specific table ☺️ ••• Finished goods & patterns available in my online shop ✨ ••• Pattern: Honey Locust Table Runner By: @christina.ann.studios
NEW ONE! 🕸🕷🕸 The free chart is up on my blog now (link in profile). I actually love him, more than I expected to, sometimes you can’t tell until you’ve made it. I’ve got another couple of new ones to show you over the next few days. I’ve been so busy as I’m working on a magazine submission and have the @exeteretsyteam Summer Market in a couple of weeks. I’ve also started my winter C2C blanket designs, this weather is so crappy I just want to start it now!