Issue 26 of Crochet Now magazine had a rather sweet pattern for a cupcake topped cowl which I couldn’t resist. I raided my stash and found some Caron Simply Soft in suitable colours and whipped this up in just 1 day using some red buttons as the cherries on top.
Another kit from Geeky Stitching Co which I finished up in time for the Easter Break. Who doesn’t love sloths? I love the claws hanging onto the branches ❤
Geeky Stitching Co were having a clearance sale on some hoops and I couldn’t resist the fox ears hoops, especially when I knew I had the perfect design to go in the middle.
The March Little Box of Crochet was irresistible and perfect for the Easter break.
The February Geeky Stitching Co box was filled with unicorn patterns. Here is the main kit which I completed last week and have to my sister-in-law Amy.
So I took a long break from working on the mandala but I picked it up again and managed to get the end of part 8.
Well the #BeastfromtheEast is here. After nearly 4 hours on 3 different buses trying to get to and from work only to find out the University was closed on the way in, I am now home. I can feel my toes again and I can just about type this up.
I figured now would be a good time to show off January’s Geeky Stitching Box and some other festive stitches that I completed last month.
So for my birthday I was given a kit to make up a Highland Cow. I’m rather naff at sewing so I was looking forward to the challenge.
I am really pleased the overall finished product. There are no holes with stuffing poking out! Even my son approves.
Another Star Wars figure for my brother-in-law, this time Luke Skywalker looking rather serious.
This was December’s Little Box of Crochet kit. I just love the beard and the little bell on his hat