Hello! I have been a bit quiet on here over the summer due to wonderful weather, school holidays, days out, running a holiday club at church, family visiting from London and all the little day to day things that pop up in the summer months! So, here I am, schools are back, the weather is just beginning to turn and I am refocussing on my blog and my business! In this blog post I would like to share some of the projects that I have completed over the summer and a few of my current WIPs.
|3 little cakes|
I made these little cakes from a DMC Natura amigurumi kit and they were such fun to crochet!
|toddler size socks|
These toddler size socks for my niece were super quick to crochet up! I used Paint Box Yarns sock wool and mostly followed a Kat Goldin pattern with a change of heel design to add in a gusset.
|Skimming Stones Shawl|
I couldn't resist joining in with The Crochet Project's MCAL, it was amazing to feel part of a big group of like minded people via Instagram and the Facebook group. I used Milbury 4ply (85% BFL, 15% silk) from Eden Cottage Yarns
Another one for my niece - a unicorn that I designed as I went along using up cotton from my stash.
After the MCAL I had some yarn left over so I crochet a Malvern Cowl following Joanne Scrace's pattern, one I have had my eye on for a while!
|Mitred Square Blanket|
Since early summer I have been working on this Mitred Square Blanket using up scraps from my 4ply stash. I knit 1 or 2 squares every day and it is slowly growing - hoping to be finished to gift this at Christmas time!
This jute Hoooked yarn is a recent WIP - it's a bowl/ basket type thing, creating as the feel of the project takes me so I am not sure how it will end up yet.
We have taken quite a few train trips this summer and I have always taken my crochet or knitting with me! I have begun another pair of Fallen Leaves socks by Vicki Brown
using Cascade Yarns Heritage Prints.
|on the train|
Here I am on the train to Aberdeen with my knitting (I was knitting a square for my Mitred Square Blanket).
|outside Wool For Ewe|
Once in Aberdeen we walked out to Rosemount to visit Wool For Ewe
- one of my favourite yarn shops! Here is my hubby just before popped in to squish all the yarn!
Well, that take me up to my current project, an aran weight granny square blanket! This one is a stash buster, using up lots of random balls of aran I had accumulated (and perhaps buying a few more along the way!).
Now that I am re-establishing my term time routine I will be back with more regular updates so stay tuned,
So good to have you back blogging l, with loads of lovely, squishy makes too! XxxReplyDelete
Awww, thanks Gwen! It’s great to be back too! I have the next few posts planned out, so should not be too long before the next one! xxDelete
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