I am excited to announce that I have decided to start selling pattern PDFs. Starting at the beginning of each month I will be releasing a new pattern PDF. This month’s release is a diaper pattern for the crawling Calico Critter baby figure. Pattern details: Hook size: 10/1.30mm Yarn weight: thread (crochet cotton #10) Sizes:… Continue reading First Paid Crochet Pattern!
Last year one of my New Year’s resolutions was to see if I could make a large, sturdy, durable and reusable shopping bag out of… shopping bags. After several Google and Ravelry searches, I failed to find a pattern that I liked, so I designed my own. I am so excited to share the finished… Continue reading Large, Durable, Reusable Plarn Tote
Today I thought I would share photos of the Virus Shawl that I made for Karina’s birthday a few months ago. I love this pattern! It takes a little bit of paying attention at first (since it’s just a chart), but is fairly easy to memorize once you get the hang of it and… Continue reading I Caught The Virus – Finished Project Friday
Today I’m sharing my Calico Critter V-stitch sundress pattern. I created the pattern a few months ago for my younger sister’s much loved Calico Critter figures as a birthday present. This pattern fits the child and toddler figures. You will need: Mercerized cotton crochet thread 10/1.30mm crochet hook Cord elastic Needle to weave in ends… Continue reading Calico Critter V-stitch Sundress
A selfie of all the dolls I have crocheted. The 3 big dolls are about 14 inches tall and the 2 small ones are 4 inches tall. For the big dolls I used Red Heart Super Saver in Tan for the skin and for the hair I used: Red Heart Super Saver in Lemon (blond… Continue reading Doll Selfie!
Now that it’s September and all of the pumpkin and fall themed items have come out, I thought I’d share this little pumpkin I recently made. This is the final project for a crochet class that I’m teaching in October. You can get the pumpkin pattern for free HERE.
Today I thought I’d show you how to make these super quick and reusable produce bags. One bag took me about 30 minutes from start to finish. To make these bags even more environmentally friendly, I made mine from an old unbleached cotton sheet and used (clean) shoelaces that my sisters had leftover from re-lacing… Continue reading Environmentally Friendly Produce Bags