As you can see, I changed a couple of the colour choices as I went, dropped the dark purple and added a lovely blue. I made this using www.bendigowoollenmills.com.au cotton 4 ply and a 3.75mm hook. I loved making this and hope that Abbie wears it, as I would love to make more.
I still have a couple of tops and things of that sort to pop up here. I am waiting on a yarn order, I am designing a new blanket for a workshop in April at QSW&FA. More details are coming. But instead of not starting anything new, I am gonna have a look at the …
Derek bag was made as a swap gift. The pattern is available from ravelry.com.
The Harlequin Shawl pattern was so lovely to use, the Kauni Rainbow came up beautifully, I am very happy with this one! I will work on getting a photo with it not in blocking wires.
Seraphina Shawl came from the mind of Doni . I made this one for my mum, 100% Australian wool from Bendigo woollen mills. This one took some time but was so very worth it.
These beauties where made as a pattern test for Theresa Grant I used sockweight yarn that I had dyed using food colouring. Love the marled effect of the dye, These Love me Mary Janes, still get popped on little feet to run about the house in.
Doris Chan Soft Serve is published in her book Everyday Crochet. I made 1 small change for my Soft Serve, I do not like ties, so I left them off. I love how you many sizes are available for Doris’ patterns, makes them available to nearly everyone!
Doris Chan has many wonderful patterns and is also very generous, she has made the All Shawl a free download. My Silver All shawl was made with a few modifications, mostly becuase I ran out of yarn, it made a lovely shoulder wrap for my friend who it went home with. My little model was …
This teacosy was created due to necessity, I had no teacosy to keep the tea….cosy…. If you are interested in this pattern please let me know. I used Spotlight Harmony and 4mm hook.
My lovely model has on a handknit pattern from Woolie Wormhead ‘Meret’. It is a free pattern, it was so lovely to make, this one was made for the Pink Table at the QSW&FA Open day in 2009. I used Bendigo woollen mills Rustic in the colour Wineberry. Hence Wineberry Meret.