Here is what I’ve been working on for my baby boy while waiting for him to make his appearance (he was due last Sunday). I was going to write out the pattern but then I found this one which is practically the same anyway.
I have decided to slowly, slowly start crocheting again. After an hour of trepidation and a few minutes of looking at my crochet hook and feeling a bit nauseous I took the plunge and started a new project. I decided to do something that was extremely quick and easy so that I didn’t overwhelm myself….
So it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. I thought I may have been over the morning sickness but it’s still lingering and unfortunately the thought of picking up a crochet hook makes my stomach churn – I can’t even look at Ravelry without feeling nauseous! I really miss it but at the same…
My newest project: http://lamblovesfox.blogspot.com.au/ ………… As if I didn’t have enough to do.
Hope you have a good one.
The humble granny square is one of the things that first drew me to crochet and made me want to learn, yet in all my years of crocheting I hadn’t actually made anything with granny squares. Part of the reason for this is that blankets (even small ones) scare me, it’s such a huge, time…
I made the dark grey one first by starting with a 56 ch and adding an extra row between R3 and R4. Unfortunately It was a little bit big for my daughter so I made the light grey one which fits her much better. I would recommend this one for a 2 -3 year old….
Before I start with the patterns for boys I want to share a pattern for this crocheted collar I made for my daughter. I’m still putting the finishing touches on it but I should be up within the next few days.