I hope that this post finds people well. Over in my little corner of the world, things have been quite busy. My little boy turned one and recently started walking – first shoes bought yesterday! – so I am preparing myself for mayhem ahead. We have been having some work done on our house, replacing… Continue reading Can I wear fox mittens too?
This post is one that I planned to write months ago and I feel pretty dreadful that I haven’t managed to write it until now as it is a thank you post to Joey over at Little Black Dogsa. She ran a yarn giveaway competition a few months ago to celebrate her blog being 4… Continue reading Super scrummy yarn
I am still working away on the jumper for my husband, but in the interim I whipped up this hat for my friend’s 2 year old son. I wanted something that was reasonably quick to do as I don’t get a huge amount of time to knit or crochet at the moment. I also wanted… Continue reading Finished Work March 2016: Hamilton Crochet Hat
In my post Let’s Talk About Depression I wrote about how I had been feeling quite low for a couple of months and, as such, had stopped crafting. As I always have a few different projects on the go at once, it meant that I had a pile of unfinished ones, taking up lots of room on… Continue reading Finished Work October 2015: Stretchy Shopping Bag
On my facebook page (Knitters in Glasgow, East Ren & Beyond), I do a monthly theme week, where I pick a selection of patterns according to a particular theme. Last month’s theme was Halloween, and one of the patterns I shared was for a witches hat. I decided to give it a go and thought… Continue reading Pattern Review: Corina’s Crochet Wicked Wizard Witches Hat
This entry is dedicated to pages I’ve come across that have wonderful (generally free) patterns on them. I will update it as I come across new pages. Please feel free to add your own in the comments sections. Aileen x https://www.ravelry.com Now most people who have been knitting or crocheting for a while will have a… Continue reading My Favourite Pattern Pages