I just finished a tiny teddy bear!
These are listed as two different patterns on Ravelry, to make them easier to find under "Hat" and "Scarf", respectively. I designed them as my own cozy winter wear! Both projects use the same yarn and the same decorative jewel stitch, an adaptation of the classic filet stitch.
The pattern for the "Simple Shells Blanket" is available here from my Ravelry Store, Vintage Vixen Tools & Materials: Crochet Hook J-10/6.0mm Basic Yarn Sewing Kit: small scissors, soft tape measure, yarn needle, removable stitch markers Worsted/Medium (4) Weight yarn Baby 30" x 30": 400g/600yds Shawl 30" x 60": 600g/900yds Lap 48" x 48":… Continue reading Simple Shells Blanket
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
Meet Beatrix Bunny, my homage to children’s author Beatrix Potter!
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
The Giant Panda Project is complete! The Pattern for Mama Ming, the Giant Panda is available
I'm on a family road trip this weekend. Naturally, I brought a crafty project along to keep busy in the car. I'm working on Hester Hedgehog, a special creation for my godson. Crochet on the Go Kit Smallest current project & its yarn 1 crochet hook Tiny Scissors with a sheath Yarn Needle All this… Continue reading Crochet on the Go!
"Periwinkle Flower Garden" About the Quilt: I fell in love with Moda's Meadowbloom fabrics and snatched up a layer cake as soon as my favorite quilt shop got them in stock! I paired the layer cake with a new template - the Periwinkle (Kite) shape that gives this pattern its name! The Periwinkle Template is… Continue reading Periwinkle Flower Garden – Part 1