Another blanket done! This time that yarn is not something I would usually choose, but after finishing this I really love the effect. I used my trusty 5mm hook and my forever-favourite Ice Yarn to make this. I’ve had some extra time over the christmas break so have been taking advantage of this and making a heap of blankets for my market stall. Continue reading Finished: Bright Baby Blanket
I’ve just finished this lovely pink and purple baby blanket! The yarn is from Ice Yarns and in a style called Dancing Baby and is 100% acrylic and soft. I love how bright the colours are and how they crochet up. This pattern is corner to corner which gives the great diagonal line effect across the blanket. To finish I did a different border than Continue reading Finished: Pink Baby Blanket
Recently I started a facebook page. It’s a quick and easy way to share patterns, cool yarn, and links to awesome crochet related stuff. You can also post photos of your own creations! Feel free to like the page!
I’d decided to make some blankets to sell at the local craft markets. There isn’t many people selling crochet items here, probably because it’s somewhat tropical. However, the baby blankets i’ve made as gifts have been well received, so I thought I’d give it a go! Continue reading Finished: Baby Blanket
I picked up this yarn at the local craft store and instantly loved how soft it was. It’s an acrylic/nylon blend and feel like a cloud. I could only get 4 balls of this yarn so decided to make a baby blanket. The pattern I used was corner to corner. This allows me to control how much yarn i use as you work it up in diagonal lines. Continue reading Finished: Blue Baby Blanket
After making the purple version a few months ago I decided to make the blue twin! I used Stylecraft Special DK yarn and my trusty corner to corner pattern by The Crochet Crowd and set to work! As usual I didn’t follow any colour pattern and just made lots and lots of squares. I tried to make the squares have contrasting colours and used the darkest blue and green a lot to give it some boost. I joined the squares together using a different blue colour and the slip stitch technique. And added one row of single crochet of the border to finish it off and make it more secure.