Pattern: Lazy days of Summer Top by Mari Lynn Patrick I used a 3mm hook to make it to fit a kids size six, though it’s probably ended up more like a size seven. The original pattern is in adult sizes.
Christmas was fast approaching and our budget was tight. I began to panic, thinking there wouldn’t be much under the Christmas tree come Christmas morning. I couldn’t stand the thought of disappointed little faces. That’s when I decided to dust off the old crochet hooks and get crafty. This little Reindeer (who my daughter later… Continue reading Susie the Reindeer
My kidlets in their Halloween costumes ( a bit late, I know ). I found a great free pattern for the monkey hat here.
I just love seeing photos of things other people have made using my patterns, makes all the hard work worth it. Here is a Samira Bonnet sent to me from a lovely reader, Ayinda. Complete with the cutest matching booties! Thanks Ayinda.
We are coming into winter here in Australia so I created these thick puff stitch hats to keep my kiddy’s heads warm during the cooler months ahead. As with all of my patterns, feel free to sell the finished product if you wish. Hook: 5mm (US 8/H) Yarn: 2 strands of 8 ply (I used… Continue reading PomPoms and Puffs
So I’ve almost finished this pattern. I’ve written out the toddler pattern I’ve just got to finish the baby version and take some more pictures. Pattern should be up sometime this week. Gosh I love crochet! NOTE: The finished hat has pompoms on the ends of the ties. Alas, someone was inpatient and didn’t tie… Continue reading Puffy Pixie Pattern
I made these lamb and fox hats for a dress-up party we went to today. I found this great free pattern for the lamb hat here and the fox one I just made up as I went along. I’m really happy with how they turned out. I also made some fox booties that you… Continue reading Dress-ups
Theodore William, born with the rising sun on April 9th. All dressed up in his crocheted outfit and ready to go home the next day.