A lot of awesome hexagon blankets have been coming up on my Instagram feed lately so I went in search for the easiest and quickest pattern. After lots of googling I came across this awesome site which had a really simple pattern, and best of all, photos! Written patterns Continue reading Pattern Love: Hexagons→
Use these colours for a retro spin on the popular rainbow combination. These warm colours are modern, funky, and are suitable for a range of projects. Use the cream or brown as an accent on the border to make the colours pop! I’m going to turn this combination into a v stitch blanket!
We spent the day at Byron Bay last weekend. Byron Bay has a reputation for relaxed people, backpackers, and being eccentric. Home to the coolest markets ever, this place feels like a world away Continue reading Yarn Bomb: Byron Bay→
After making my nana blanket I was in desperate need for colour! Still on my 12 point ripple making spree I decided to make a blue/green blanket out of my Ice Yarn. I loved how it worked up in the previous blankets and was curious how it would look in only a Continue reading Finished: 12 point ripple 5→
I decided to make this blanket as a gift to my nana. She likes dull, muted colours and it just so happened that I had a few balls of this left. I had previously made her a striped blanket so, for some variety, thought she might like the 12 point ripple. Also I was on a bender of making these! They’re super easy and work up FAST! I try to make a Continue reading Finished: 12 point ripple 4 – Nana’s Blanket→
Using colour in creative ways can bring your work to life!
I am loving this combination right now! Greens and purples look great together, and adding the pink and parchment give the combination a boost and create depth. This versatile combination would be great for blankets, scarfs, hats, and bags for any age group. Could you imagine a baby wrapped in these gorgeous colours!
This weekend we spent the day at Australia Zoo. Those that remember Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter will know that this is his zoo that his family now run. I used the fairly lenghty drive to work on my current crochet project, a blue/green ripple. The zoo is probably Continue reading Travel: Australia Zoo- Sunshine Coast→
Another one done! This time I used some purple and blue yarn to make a sort of snowflake looking blanket. This was meant to be a gift but I think I’ll keep it instead! I added the white rows every three rows to break up the colour and also to reduce the amount of yarn Continue reading Finished: 12 point ripple 3→
I think everyone loves Lucy’s instgram and blog! Her choice of colours and patterns is bright and happy. Her easy to follow tutorials are a hit! Discovering Lucy’s blog made me fall in love with crochet again.