Get the Patterns! The patterns for "Ombre Kitchen Kit" are available from my Ravelry store, Vintage Vixen Designs. About the Ombre Kitchen Kit: This autumn, I began teaching crochet classes at my LYS (local yarn store). When I was asked to put together a class for brand-new beginners, I designed these patterns. The "Ombre Kitchen… Continue reading Ombre Kitchen Kit
Whether you knit or crochet, cotton dishcloths are wonderful for your own kitchen and to give as gifts! My sister knits up dishcloth pairs and sends them to all our aunts and uncles for Christmas. I used to help, but she is such a fast knitter! Now I make crochet dishcloths to spread the joy.… Continue reading Best Dishcloths
I've started work on a crocheted doll. I've designed a pattern, bought my yarn, and have begun making it. Naturally, the pattern has been adjusted several times, and will be adjusted even more before I'm done! Right now, the doll looks pretty creepy, but I'm hoping she'll get cuter once she has arms! I was… Continue reading Crochet Doll
Meet Beatrix Bunny, my homage to children’s author Beatrix Potter!
Continued from Rainbow Nesting Baskets, Part 1...
This pattern makes six 2” tall nesting baskets ranging in diameter from 2” to 4½”. Use them for storage or gift the set as a great baby and toddler toy! The pattern calls for six colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple), but you can use any color combination you like!
Remember how I said I made the Chunky Little Stripe blanket two times?
Here's a free pattern for an easy baby blanket!
Tammy Junior is the princess of of Madeline's Menagerie of amigurumi animals. She's made of a luxuriously soft ketlle-dyed, single-ply, superwash merino
I should be making a Lemon Peel Sweater in Yellow, or maybe bright green (Lime Peel, anyone?)