So to kick off 2022, Darlene set us a challenge!
Amor Cardigan - Getting Started
Well congratulation you made it! Your tiny little bloom has grown into a lovely garden of celebration and its finally ready for its border to perfectly frame your work. As you work on the border I want you to think back to the begging of our journey. Floralia was a festival in ancient Roman to… Continue reading Floralia – Part Eight
Good News!! You will only have 2 ends this week to sew in! yay. This weeks Part 7 of the Floralia CAL is one continuous part, all done in one color. The breathable mesh add a lovely border around your center panel framing all your hard work. Once you have the first couple of rounds… Continue reading Floralia Part Seven
When my BFF and crochet confidant Stephanie from Its Crochet O'Clock told me that she was hosting a pattern by new upcoming designer I jumped at the chance to get on board and offered to test the new design. The Designer Russell Sansom aka theticcyknitter on instagram is a UK based fiber artist. Inspired by… Continue reading Pattern Review – She Sells Sea Shawl
Please accept my sincere apologies, its been a super busy day and honestly I lost track of time. I know some of you are grateful for the extra time to finish off last weeks panels. Are you glad I split those little squares up into 2 weeks 🙂 So onto Part Six, this week we… Continue reading Floralia Part Six
This week we are going to take a break from our center square and work on our surrounding small squares.
Are you ready! Last week we took it easy and you all breezed through part two, this week we are going to up the tempo and square off out center blooms.
Our Final Square Day 23 - April 22th Today’s FREE square has been picked by Emma Designer: Tamara Kelly Pattern: Joyful Blog: Moogly Day 22 - April 20th Today’s FREE square has been picked by Emma Designer: Polly Plum Pattern: Imagine Blog: Every Trick on the Hook Day 21- April 17th Today’s FREE square… Continue reading The Great Pippin Stash Buster
Ravenna wall hanging is a bonus pattern I created to use up the left over yarn from the Ravenna Cushion, so if you brought the Ravenna Cushion kit then you will have plenty left to make the Ravenna Wall hanging.