Crocheters have in common, we all have way more than one project going at once! I will have a project going and then see something else I want to try and I simply must try it then and there and, of course, new yarn distracts me worse than a magpie with something shiny!
I am excited to announce that I have the opportunity to take part in RBI’s own Royal Marsden on Friday 9th September 2017!
A sentence that breaks a crocheter’s heart … all crafters hoping to one day make a living from their hobbies and passions, I’m sure.
When most people think about crochet and yarn crafts, images of woolly blankets created by lovingly by older relatives, ‘granny squares’ bound together in mismatched leftover yarns, or cute little baby clothes. But as craft work trends….
You may have seen that many amigurumi toys such as Unicorns or Octopi have curly tails, manes or tentacles? Well, today I became a little frustrated that my curly tails were not always tight curls so I started to try different methods to see how to keep them tight and the answer is actually pretty… Continue reading Making a Tight Crochet Curly Tail Also Known as a ‘Curly Cue’
You may have read my blog about the train trip I took up to Yorkshire to visit a friend over the Easter break … well, I’d only left myself 7 hours to travel back to London to pick up my car from my parents (and of course stop for a cuppa), then home… Continue reading My Trip to Krakow, Poland
Over Easter weekend I made my way from London to Yorkshire to visit a dear friend of mine, who kindly planned an action packed weekend for us. Our first stop was a lovely walk and catch up around Temple Newsam in Leeds. The Gardens and small streams were beautiful and I imagine in better weather… Continue reading My Weekend In Yorkshire