This is my pattern for a little crocheted flower with five petals. This cute flower design can be used as an applique or you could even make a flower garland and string lots together in different colours. This flower can be made in any colour you wish! This is a small and simple project and I have a Youtube video which shows you how to make it step-by-step.
This year I collaborated with the yarn company ULA+LIA to make a crocheted hat design with their Mongolian Baby Yak Wool! This unisex hat is made in a classic shape and style which will look good in any colour.
This pattern is for a cute mug rug which has room for two cups! Or a cup and a snack! I like the colours because they remind of the 1970s. I think the colour palette is reminiscent of the decor in that decade. Also it looks like a traditional stripy rug but mini!
This is a cute little pattern for a basic Log Cabin square. Log Cabin squares have a long tradition in quilting, knitting, and crochet. They make really cute and colourful blankets. This pattern is really easy to make and a great way to destash your yarn too!
This is my free pattern for how to make an amigurumi Coffee Cup! It’s the same size as a regular coffee cup and there’s lots of scope for you to decorate it however you want. This pattern is a great introduction to amigurumi techniques and it is suitable for a beginner crocheter.
This is my pattern for a crochet Daisy Pen Topper. This is a really cute little flower that will brighten up your stationery in no time. It can be made in any colours you wish! This is a small and simple project that is great to give as gifts.
The Geometric Headband is a simple, pretty headband. This is a free crochet pattern on my blog. The pattern uses simple crochet stitches in a unique way to make a comfortable headband that isn’t constricting on your head. Perfect for hot, summer days when you want your hair out of your face!
2020 was an interesting year! I actually didn’t write any blog posts in 2020 so before I move forward into 2021 I thought I would look back at 2020 through the lens of my Instagram.