Posted on November 22, 2014
Posted on November 15, 2014
Cheap and luxury don’t normally go together, do they? They do when you combine them with yarns and op shops!
Posted on November 8, 2014
Crocheting with hand spun yarn is a mesmerising experience. As each stitch is worked a piece of art unfolds, the textures and colours of the yarn create a unique story that you’ve never seen before and never will again.
I designed this blanket to highlight the beauty of hand spun yarn. I hope you enjoy creating it.
I’ve included the crochet pattern in this blog post for your crocheting pleasure. If you’d like the pdf version which includes a crochet chart you can buy it on Ravelry here.
Posted on November 2, 2014
Posted on October 25, 2014
Posted on October 18, 2014
I was going to share it on instagram. I selected the photo, had a look at it and then went “oh no”.
I looked old. Tired. Exhausted. I quickly closed Instagram.
I didn’t want to share this photo with the world. Wouldn’t you rather look at beautiful pictures of yarn instead?
But do you know what?
Posted on October 10, 2014
Creating and helping others makes you feel good, which means that if you make and give a gift that helps others it will make you, the gift recipient and the person you’re helping feel good – that’s a whole lot of feeling good!
Mum & Bub Love Project has been established so that you can make and give a gift that feels good. Mum and Bub are struggling and your practical, handmade gift is warmly welcomed and cherished.
Posted on October 2, 2014
I went op shopping the other day and I found some more treasures to add to my vintage stash! Yay!
Posted on September 27, 2014
I’ve found the best crochet pattern for a guy beanie! Big call, I know, but it’s true. This is one awesome beanie!
Posted on September 20, 2014
This year I launched Scarf It Forward to wrap warm scarves around the necks of parents that were struggling to make ends meet. I wanted to make their days a little brighter.
An amazing group of Scarvy Ladies volunteered their time, materials and talents to achieve our target, and the scarves were thankfully received and distributed by Helping Hands Outreach Project. A big thank you goes to all involved for making this happen!