I found this little guy on my op-shopping trip today. He was stuffed in a pile of old linen, unfinished and unloved. I decided at once to adopt him. When I asked the lady how much he was she took one look at him, turned up her nose and said ’10 cents?’. I couldn’t let… Continue reading Lost Dog
I made this cushion for my daughter out of a vintage doily I found at our local op-shop. It was really easy to make – I just crocheted around the edge until it was the size I wanted. But it wasn’t as easy to find a circular cushion insert. Has any one else come across… Continue reading Vintage Doily Cushion
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I made this bunting for my daughter’s first birthday. It was one of my first projects and I think its a good one for a beginner. Every crocheter has to make a bunting at least once. You can find the pattern here.
For the man in your life.
A little bit (but not too much) about me: I’m a busy photographer and mother to one very energetic, very spolit 2 year old girl. When I’m not taking or editing photos I’m can be found sipping tea and cursing while I unravel rows and rows of crochet. All because I couldn’t be bothered to… Continue reading Hello!
I adapted this pattern from one I found in a vintage book. I considered selling it on ETSY but I’ve been crocheting for 2 years now and everything I’ve learnt I’ve done so through free tutorials and patterns. So I thought I’d give something back. Excuse the colours in some of these photographs, I used… Continue reading Vintage Baby Flower Bonnet