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A fun nautical theme for baby. Set sail with the ocean inspired baby blanket, rattle toy boat and little sailor’s hat. Skill Level: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for neat finishing. Size: Sailor Hat: 0-3 months/ 3-6 months/ 6-12 months Blanket: 90 cm x 90 cm Toy Boat: Approx 15 cm in length and 10 cm in width Only $5.50 A 13 page user Friendly Pdf with clear instructions to help you hook this pattern. US Version & UK Version Available Pdf Includes: Helpful Notes and Tips conversion Chart Crochet Abbreviations & Terms Stitch Guide Learn more about my yarn andRead More →

Get baby ready for Spring with this easy to crochet bodysuit and matching beanie. Comfort baby with the Hexagon Flower Square blanket and little Granny Square blanky. Skill Level: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for neat finishing. Size: To fit dolls, 43cm (17 inch) Hexagon Square: 10cm x 10cm Blanket: 50cm x 45cm Granny Blanky: 19cm x 19cm (without edging) Only $5.00 A 8 page user Friendly Pdf with clear instructions to help you hook this pattern. I use US Crochet stitch terminology Pdf Includes: Helpful Notes and Tips conversion Chart Crochet Abbreviations & Terms Stitch Guide Learn more about myRead More →

 Our winter is in a few months and my feet are always freezing, so I sleep with lovely warm bed socks. But I have this habit of always misplacing them so I decided to make myself a special Winter Sock Bag! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. SIZE: 40cm in length and 30cm in width MATERIALS: Yarns: Double knitting/light worsted yarn in Yellow (25 grams) Purple (25 grams) Coral Pink (50 grams) Beige/White (50 grams) Learn more about my yarn and how to substitute 🙂 Hooks & Notions: Hook – 4.00mm (US F/5 UK 8) Wool Sewing Needle Scissors Ribbon ( 1meter)Read More →

 This square is very versatile because of the color variations! A great project to use small amounts of yarn scraps! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. SIZE: 20cm in length and 28cm in width MATERIALS: Yarns: Scraps of Double knitting/light worsted yarn Hooks & Notions: Hook – 4.00mm (US F/5 UK 8) Wool Sewing Needle Scissors GAUGE: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect I use US Crochet stitch terminology Instructions The Square (Make 4) With 4.00mm hook and yarn CH 4 Rnd 1: Work 11DC into 4th CH from hook (12DC), SL ST into 3rd CH Rnd 2:Read More →

 This a fun and very quick project to make and the color variations make this a project with endless possibilities. Use small amounts of yarn to crochet this adorable little dolly for a little princess as a cuddly bedtime friend.   SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. SIZE: 24 cm in length and 10 cm in width MATERIALS: Yarns: Double knitting/light worsted yarn Pink – yarn A Blue – yarn B Green – yarn C White – yarn D Yellow – yarn E Hooks & Notions: Hook – 4.00mm (US F/5 UK 8) Wool Sewing Needle Scissors Fiberfill/Toy Stuffing Optional – 3Read More →

 This is a wonderful and creative pattern from Dedri at Look At What I Made! Click the link for the pattern. My daughter loves balls and when I saw this I just knew I had to add it to my To Do List! Before this pattern I had never heard of the Amish Puzzle Ball. Dedri has a great collection of patterns which she calls Amamani.Read More →

This is an awesome pattern from Kamila! The pattern can be found here! I just adore these little booties. The crochet part took me just under two hours, but the assembling took me longer lol!! But it was well worth it!!Read More →

  This little guy was inspired by the little stuffed panda toy in Kung Fu Panda 2! His pattern was made by a great crocheter and can be found on her blog! Click Here to visit her blog! I just fell in love with him the moment I saw him and so did my daughter. I shamelessly left all my other projects to start this one last night and I finished him this afternoon 😀  Note: the only difference is my hands and feet ( I did not have enough yarn to do the nails :P) I had a hard time stitching him together – had twoRead More →

This is a Drops Design Pattern and can be found at www.garnstudio.com Summer of 69 Pattern No W-438 Drops Catologue – Drops 139-1 A guide in as to how I made this poncho can be found at the end of this post. I really wanted to make something special for my niece for her birthday this year. She loves to read and every year I give her books, but this year I thought maybe it would be nice to give her something warm and special to cuddle up with, while enjoying a good read in the cold winter months ahead 🙂 Skill Level: Easy ProjectsRead More →

The Baby Groovyghan Cal From Zooty Owl Click Here to visit her blog! This was a 9 week CAL and most definitely worth the effort 🙂 I loved it simply for the variety in stitches and methods used to create this Groovyghan. Each part is written and explained well with beautiful photos. My blanket is twice the size due to my yarn and hook size choice. There are some slight differences due to my color layout and sometimes yarn shortage ;P. I could not complete the border exactly the way it is in the CAL due to yarn shortage, my border is a few roundsRead More →

 Inspired by the Baby Groovyghan Cal Blanket from Zooty Owl Click Here to visit her blog! My Sister-In-Law is newly pregnant with a boy and I wanted to make her something special. In the midst of doing the Zooty Owl Cal, I got inspired to make my own baby groovyghan using some of the Cal squares. I used the following Zooty Owl CAL squares – Rainbows and Daisies Squares Rainbow Half Granny Squares Circles In Squares I joined the squares with a whip stitch method, crocheted rows of Double Crochet on each side, joined the two big pieces with a whip stitch method then finishedRead More →