This was another kit which I bought while on holiday back in June. I have a tendency to use small scrap cuts of felt to keep needles safe but then I can easily misplace the felt of chuck it away thinking it’s rubbish. This needle case will hopefully give me a pretty way to store all my extra needles.
I can’t get over how cute this girl is! I love the hair and her shell bra and she looks so chilled out in the teacup.
This was a free kit with a magazine (I think Mollie Makes, though I’m not 100% sure). I love the way it turned out and good practice on my hand sewing skills.
Jack loves the Mr Men stories so when I saw the Mr Men patterns in various issues of Crochet Now magazine I had to get to it! Learning how to do the i-cord took quite a while and I was dreading Mr Tickle’s arms but got there in the end and I think they look great. More importantly so does Jack ❤
This was a keyring kit I bought while on holiday to Loch Ness (1 of 4 cross stitch kits I bought). Super quick to make and adorable!
The Geeky Stitching Co had this kit on their online shop and after going through a bit of a low spell I found this the ideal kit to work on. I made sure to do the writing first so that while working on the border I could always see the message. This is now pinned up in my hallway at home so that I see it whenever I come and go from the living room or front door.
This cute little corgi was a mini kit which came with the Royal Wedding themed Little Box of Crochet. The kit was created by The Make Arcade. My hand stitching is certainly improving and I was really pleased with how this one turned out.
While on holiday to Loch Ness I popped in to Morag’s Crafty Bothy for a bit of pottery painting. I picked this hedgehog pen holder and a selection of crazy colours and created not a pen holder but a hook holder! It now sits with a few of my other crafty makes above my desk.
I received this kit for my birthday, completed it and gifted it to a different friend for their birthday. Pass on the love people.
The recent Royal Wedding themed Little Box of Crochet had the supplies to make this very cute teacup and saucer. Working with the gold was a real pain in the ass but the end result made it worth the trouble.