2. Your project is fully portable. It’s lightweight and requires no electricity so you can do it anywhere….in the pub, on the train, down the beach. Continue reading
I just love the retro vibe of a knitted tea cozy and the nostalgic and dainty manner of ‘pouring your tea’. A vintage style tea cosy knit was a must!
As it is my first tea cosy I thought it would be a good idea to follow a pattern and was lucky enough to come across these 1950s pleated designs published by Patons and Bellmans.
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Over the last few months I have come across some inspirational people, both online and in the real world. One of whom is Lucy of Attic 24 fame – her blog finally helped me to understand crochet. Thank you Lucy!
My crochet creations started with Lucy’s Crochet Flower tutorial and before I knew it I had made enough to give my garden climber all-year round flowers!
This bracelet is a great way to practice your chain stitch.
If you need a reminder it goes something like this: With your slip knot on the hook – Wrap your yarn around the hook, then draw the loop back through the stitch on your hook.
I’m using some old beads, the essentials merino DK wool by Rico and a size 4.5mm hook. Continue reading