Its my pleasure to introduce to you to the AMOR Cardigan, the New Pippin Knit Along. The Amor Cardigan is a free pattern by Stylecraft Yarns using their lovely new yarn Amor.
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Pippin goes Peacock!
I've always had a fondness for Peacocks, which stems from a school field to trip Warwick castle many, many years ago. A day off touring the great hall, medieval banquet rooms to the castle dungeons, but the one thing that stuck with me was escaping to the Peacock gardens with its topiary, grand fountain and… Continue reading Pippin goes Peacock!
Floralia Colorways & Packs
There are four colour options for the Floralia CAL Lillian, Vivian, Evelyn and Martha, all in rich palettes of Special DK.
Grannies on the Go #2 – Arrow
Modern Arrow Throw Stylecraft Special DK Lapis - Turquoise - Black - White The second in the Grannies on the Go series. Arrow uses geometric lines in 4 fabulous Stylecraft Special DK colors. But you could use any 4 of your favorite colors and still achieve the same visual effect. Click here for the Pattern… Continue reading Grannies on the Go #2 – Arrow
Mood Board: Into the woods
Goblins, Fairies and Elves.. Oh my..
Spilling the beans..
I cant believe I have sat on this little secret for the past couple of months.. Normally I spill the beans and blab.
Coastal Flats Cozy Cardigan Pattern
Every closet needs a stylish cardigan. Coastal Flats cozy cardigan can be used in many ways – as cozy layers or as chic crochet jacket. Open front, Short wide sleeves for a breezy, roomy feel, soft and textured. Be colorful or go for gentle neutrals. Difficulty: Easy/Beginner Hook: 4mm US Crochet Terms Available in 4… Continue reading Coastal Flats Cozy Cardigan Pattern
Peek a Boo .. Guess whats coming!
Every closet needs a stylish cardigan. The Coastal Flats cozy cardigan can be used in many ways – as cozy layers or as chic crochet jacket. Open front, Short wide sleeves for a breezy, roomy feel, soft and textured. Be colorful or go for gentle neutrals.
Gypsy Queen is here!
The Gypsy Queen Shawl is the first pattern in my Pride of the Gypsies collection. I wanted something big, something to wrap around in on those warm summer nights while sitting barefoot on the grass staring up at the night sky watching the stars float past.