Bright colours for bright days!
Lately I've been toying with the idea of crocheting a scarf for myself. I've been looking for patterns but I've found so many and they are all so pretty that I don't know which one to make.
These are some of my favorites and they are all free patterns!!!
Click on the photos to get the patterns!!! =D
Hello crafty friends!!!
Owls are very present here where I live, we can see them in the telephone poles and wires when the sun starts to set and we can hear them through the night! Recently they have been very active and we can hear them vocalizing a lot and on several occasions it seams to be more than one!
Inspired by this rise in owl activity I though I would share with you some of my favorite amigurumi owls! =)
Hello crafty friends! =D
Lately I've been working a lot with t-shirt yarn and loving it! =)
Here are some of my favorite projects made with t-shirt yarn.
The tutorials for these cute cup bases are available at Yumicha. These were made in knitting but they can easily be made in crochet too!
The pattern for this cute little bag is available at Hooked Zpagetti.
Have a great weekend! =D
Currently I'm working on two orders that use mainly dark colors, so I felt the need to see some brightly colored work =)
Crochet Flower Motifs - Crochet Garden Series by Annie Design
These past weeks I've been searching for granny squares, hexagons, all and any shape that can make up a blanket. =)
My mother is finishing her current blanket and asked me to look around for more cool designs.
So check out what I found! Oh, and all patterns are available for free!!! =D
Super cute amigurumi houses!
The pattern for this fairy house is available for free on Ravelry.
Visit Isabelle's blog for more super cute projects!
The pattern for this cute mushroom house is available for free on Ravelry.
The ceiling opens up to reveal the recipes! This cute amigurumi is available at Amanda's Etsy store.
Amigurumi have mothers too! These are some of my favorite amigurumi moms with their babies!
The pattern for Daphne and Delilah is available at dangercrafts' Etsy store.
The pattern for Kira is available at lalylala's Etsy store.
The pattern for the Tortoise Mom, Baby and Birdy is available at TheTrendyYarnStudio's Etsy store.
The pattern for Mum and Baby Ducks is available at Denizmum's Etsy store.
And don't forget, Mother's Day is coming up!
This week I've been missing having the company of cats. When I lived with my parents we always had cats, but my hubby doesn't enjoy them as much and so I don't have any little kitty to cuddle with and play...
So I thought I would share some little amigurumi kitties this week =)
Today being International Women's Day I thought a good way to mark it was to share these beautiful amigurumi ladies and girls!
Suzette doll by Carolyn Christmas
The pattern for Suzette is available here!
Marias by Maria HandmadeCute Amigurumi Girl by Jeannie Zhong
Happy International Women's Day!
Hi all! I'm back!
Still not at 100% but getting there =) Well enough to pop on here and share some beauties!=)
How to Insert a Zipper and Lining into a Crochet Purse by Carrie WolfNeed to apply a zipper and lining on your crochet bag and don't know how? Check out Carrie Wolf's tutorial, it's detailed and full of pictures and easy to follow.
Couch monster by debivanzyl
I really love this guy! Seems like at any moment he is going to turn his head and begin a conversation with me! =) I really want him in my couch!
The couch monster is a creation of debivanzyl on Etsy.
A quick peek into works in other crafts and arts.
One of the art forms I really love, besides crochet, is stopmotion animation. It intrigues me and makes me feel in wonder. All the patience and work it takes to make an object move just a little and in a way that it feels life like makes me admire it even more!
Stopmotion animation is really one thing I'd really like to do and I still think of doing!
Until then I leave you with Rogier Wielands' The Modern Dance.