I finished the front and back panels of this cardigan back in 2015 but never finished it as a cardigan.
Finally I learned how to finish it up with collar/bottom/armhole ribbing and here it is:
It’s been a while since my last post, and I have been feeling guilty for slacking off. Finally I’ve picked up the crochet hooks again and made the Tunisian Ear Warmer (Click here for the free pattern) for the Yarn Club Fundraising. I used Bernat Baby Big Ball Sport Yarn (Color: Blossom) and a 4 mm crochet hook. I followed the free pattern but since I am using a different yarn and a different size hook, I made more than 55 rows as stated in the pattern. I started with chaining 17 (same as the pattern), and crocheted until it measures 20″ long. I made this for a 9-year old, but you can measure the head size and minus 1″ in order to get a better fit (since the yarn will stretch). I like the Tunisian stitches very much and this is what it looks as when completed! Hope you will like it too!
I have been working on this for a while and finally it’s completed. I started the pattern with something I found online, but by accident I did it my way which turned into a slightly different pattern. I originally planned to make this for myself, but it turned out a bit too small for me. Since I promised my niece to make her a shrug, and this size is just perfect for her, she’s now the owner. Pattern (that includes both teeager and adult size) is available at Etsy, Craftsy and Ravelry. Hope you will like it!
It has been a while since my last post. Life has been busy with two young ones during summer time, plus we got a pantry bug issue that bothered us for a while. So finally I got some work done, because of a bridal shower that I went to over the weekend. Here’s the card that I made (click here for what I came across on Pinterest that inspired me to make my version):
I also made this cute bouquet as a gift for the bride-to-be (click here for instructions that I used to make mine):
Easter is approaching, and I all of a sudden want to make a new egg hunt basket for my kids. I’ve got a boy and a girl, and of course I can’t miss either one. Here’s the one I made for my boy, based on the Olaf doll pattern I did early this year. Hope you will like it! Pattern is available at Etsy, Craftsy and Ravelry. And the one for the girl will be up shortly. Stay tuned! 🙂
After getting the piano, I have been thinking of making a piano bench cover. After making a few trials, I finally decided to use this granny square pattern I found here. And here’s the outcome: