I must say I liked crocheting this bucket bag with this lovely orange chord yarn, then adding the purple "brimming" and signature heart charm with my logo. It's a shoulder / crossbody bag, just as I like them, rather small but compact, and stiff. I also added an automatic button to safely close it. So would you like to see more of this? 😉
In spite of it being so hot here, let me show you how my crochet infinity cowl in jasmine stitch turned out. I used a whole 150 g. cotton yarn cake of ICE Yarn to do it, but it was fun, and the colour blending fantastic. Don't you think?
You don't think I would leave my hook back home, do you? Not ever!! Working on a couple of kids' beanies I have been commissioned. This one was inspired by the magic colours of Sardinia, where I'm spending my holidays.
It took me quite some time to write it down, but here it is, at last: the pattern for my pillow cover in Jasmine stitch! cover. This pattern contains plenty of pictures and a link to a video tutorial in my YouTube channel. Please go visit me and subscribe!!!! I tried to make the video as short and clear as possible, let me know what you think. Hookloopsarah on YouTube
Ever thought of this decor idea? This is super easy-peasy to do, a quick project and one that helps you use up all of those scraps of yarn "sleeping" in your skeins' basket, but very satisfying. Crochet doorknob cover!
How do you make the "magic ring" in crochet? There are a couple of ways, not all of them easy... I remember when I first learned it how difficult it was for me, having to wrap the yarn around your fingers in a specific way, and I don't know, maybe because I was a beginner, but it never came out quite right, or I had to try it a couple of times before it did, so much so that I avoided projects starting with a magic ring. Until I found this method! Let me share this with you. :)
Hi again! It took me some time to complete it, but at last here it is: the pattern for my HEART crochet cover for bolster cushion! I am pretty satisfied with the result, so colourful and original, too, I think. As usual, you can find it here: hearts
Now now now... I know I am using this yarn for almost all of my projects, lately, but isn't it stunning? Also, I want to see how it looks with different stitches. This time, the amazing star/jasmine stitch: you don't know how much time and nerves it cost me learning this stitch, but now I master in perfectly, and I think it was worth the trouble. Don't you think? This is another woolen cowl. cowl
I've been meaning to create another crochet log cabin blanket for a long time now...and now it's here! Well, not overnight, exactly ;). It took me quite some time to complete it, but I got to work on it with no pressure, so I really enjoyed the process. Also, this time I made some slight variations: the blanket is worked with log cabin motifs in the centre, but has 2 colourful lateral bands (worked in moss stitch) on the sides. It is in quality cotton and measures about 185x95 cm. And guess what? It's AVAILABLE in my shop: log cabin blanket