Happy Saturday! I have crocheted some new dress up dolls – one jumbo (17″) and one mini (10″). Both dolls come with a simple dress and mary jane shoes. The jumbo doll is crocheted using Bernat Handicrafter Cotton (my new go-to yarn) and the mini doll is made with Knit Picks Cotlin DK. Check out…… Continue reading Dolls: dress up, puppets, and paper!
It’s finally spring in Ottawa! And to celebrate I have just finished making a set of spring coloured dishcloths. These are crocheted using a technique I learned over Easter weekend called “Corner to Corner Crochet” (C2C) . It’s the most addicting and relaxing kind of crochet I’ve tried. I followed an excellent tutorial on Repeat…… Continue reading Corner to Corner Dishcloths
I am slowly but steadily adding my revamped patterns to my shop. The third addition is my 10.5″ tall cotton turtle! I like the combination of bright green, yellow, and dark brown. But for my next turtle, I might try a less traditional colour scheme and crochet a purple shell or use a striped yarn…… Continue reading Slow and Steady
Hello, crocheters! Long time no write! I know I always start off every blog post by promising to post more often and informing you that I’m in the middle of revamping my patterns – AGAIN. But both things really are true this time! And the first of my re-re-re-revamped patterns is for sale in my…… Continue reading Prairie Bunny