I made this bonnet for a very good friend of mine who’s little girl was born 2 days ago on the 4th of July. I couldn’t find a pattern that was quite right so I made one up. NEWBORN: Hook: 3.5mm Yarn: DK / 8 ply 6 MONTHS: Hook: 4.5mm Yarn: Worsted / 10 ply… Continue reading Samira – Apricot Baby Bonnet – Free pattern
My daughter wearing one of the MANY crochet collars I’ve made using this free pattern.
#2 – Free Crochet Patterns: Accessories For Kiddies (I promise I will do one for us bigger kids soon) Crocheted Collar by Emma from Lulu Loves – I cannot express how much I LOVE this pattern. I made one of these for my daughter less than a month ago, it was so addictive I’ve made… Continue reading Top Ten Accessories
Top ten free crocheted toy patterns for babies and kiddies. I’ve decided to do a top ten series, there soooo many kind, talented designers out there offering their patterns for free. The web is a veritable treasure trove such things, there’s no need to go out and spend lots of money on fancy books (although… Continue reading Top Ten Toys
Age: 0 – 3 months Hook: 3.5mm Yarn: Worsted / 10 ply (for the chunky look) ABBREVIATIONS Ch: Chain St: Stitch Sc: Single Crochet Dc: Double Crochet Ch 50 R1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, * skip 2 ch, 5 dc in next ch, skip 2 ch, 1 sc in next ch **,… Continue reading Simple Shell Stitch Pixie Bonnet
So I’ve decided to do this ‘granny a day’ thing. I’m not sure how it will go as I get bored with doing the same thing very, very easily (which is why I’ve never managed to make a blanket before). But I’m willing to give it a go. Wish me luck.
As my daughter becomes more and more mobile it has become near impossible to get a good photo of her. I tell her to sit on her chair and stay still for 10 seconds while mummy takes a photo for her blog. But telling Amelie to sit still is like telling the earth to stop… Continue reading Granny Square Bonnet
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
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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.