I recently received some gorgeous Moroccan Bazaar fabric from The Craft Cotton Company – the bright colours and patterns definitely brightened up my day with all the cold, wet and dark weather! I made some sprocket cushions along with a few other items that you will see popping up over the next few weeks!
The tutorial to make your own sprocket cushions is available over on the Hobbycraft blog:
Following on from week 6 in week 7 I added in some snowdrops and a little more snowflake detail. After seeing all the snowdrops starting to come out I just had to add some in!
Week 8 has seen the addition of some crocus flowers and the start of a bee and ladybird – realised after starting them I had run out of black thread (typical!) so they will have to wait to be finished for now!
After completing my rabbit and mice crochet storage baskets I just couldn’t resist making a few more different animal ones – because my list of things to make isn’t long enough already!.
Carefully popping their heads out from the craft pile are these cute bears!
Pattern is available over on my Etsy shop:
I have still got quite a few more ideas for these so be prepared for a lot more basket animals over the next few weeks.
I loved using The Craft Cotton Company Sewing Bumblebee fabric on my bee embroidery hoop, and after seeing the spilt pins print in the Sewing Bumblebee fat quarter set (Navy) knew I had to make a sewing case for keeping all those loose needles and pins in from a project. It was perfect for the inside section, and I used the remaining patterns in the fat quarter to make a patchwork front and back.
The tutorial to make one is available over on The Craft Cotton Company blog:
Week 6 of a year in stitches has seen the addition of a few more little details including a pine cone, acorn and a bit more leaf detail. I’ve also added in a little bit more detail to the rain.
Think I might try and focus a big on the wintery section over the next week.
After making my crochet rabbit storage baskets I still needed a couple more so decided instead of just making more rabbits to make something different. Since I still had plenty of brown wool left over I opted to make some mice.
I made sure that they would still be stackable so would be able stack them up when not in use.
The pattern is available over on my Etsy shop:
Week 5 already!
It’s been rainy and windy this week so I’ve added in some more rain and some wind, snow is meant to be on its way so think more snow will be appearing by next week!
I’m super excited to get started on this granny crochet along by Zeens and Roger:
I’ve been wanting to get going with another granny project for a while now and this CAL has given me the kick to finally get going with it! I’m not going to divulge too much detail on what it is just yet as I like to keep a few surprises! Luckily I’ve got some wool that is perfect in my stash but no where near enough so I will have to get out and get some more soon. Now off to make some grannies!
Ive been working on some crochet rabbit storage baskets for a little while now and I have finally got them all finished. I opted to make three different sizes which also means that they can stack inside each other when they don’t have anything in them.
These will be perfect for storing all my loose craft bits in rather than them all being strewn all over the table!
Ive got some ideas for some more of these too so it wont be long until a couple more appear!
If you would like to make some of these the pattern is available over on my Etsy shop: