This time I will start with a story about why this creature was brought to light 🙂
My little boy rarely asks me to make him something, but when hi does it is usually very important and urgent. That was a case this time too. On Sunday afternoon, seeing how I am itching to get into my yarns he asked “Mom, could You make me something?” He quickly chose Amineko Crocheted Cat, when shown Ravelry folder of crocheted toys. Continue reading
Really nothing fancy – just some small, quick, no counting, no swatching, no intense thinking project after finishing a big one. In order to reset my brain and make some space for new ideas!
Though I’m starting to wonder were am I going to put all those “resetters”… Oh, but let’s enjoy the process and not bother ourselves with such details 😀
Here comes the second present from thise year’s Santa’s bag – little pony for a really big pony fan! Giving handmade gifts to little ones is a serious matter – they do not sugar coat, if they don’t like it, they show it. But as I received a really strong hug and a big smile accompanied by happy sparkles in her eyes, I may conclude that I succeeded. Hurray!
(photo credit goes to my friend Reda | www.animalsindresses.com )
I really love waiting for Christmas – decorating home, feeling cheerful ( I’m not sad on ordinary days, just int this period that cheerfulness is somehow different), making presents, and if some snow occurs – oh well…. Continue reading
Looks like this year Mother Nature thinks that here in Lithuania we don’t need snow for Winter… OK, then let’s make some ourselves!
I must admit, when I decided to crochet snowflakes for decorating my Christmas tree, I was afraid it might look tasteless or old fashioned in a bad way… But I still had to give it a try! Continue reading
Generally I prefer graphic patterns when it comes to crochet, but If You’re about to use some really old vintage pattern then it is really useful to be able to understand written instructions. You can really bury Yourself with tons and tons of old crochet patterns, and they are usually free! Continue reading
Meet Mr. Monsty – a cute little creature, that accompanies its master to the kindergarten and cheers him up when needed. As I understand it is also loved by other kids, because of those funny flapping ears. However, my son finds Mr. Monsty’s tail to be the most amusing part of it. And I’m really surprised that no one has pulled its eyes! Yet…
And if you would also like to make this little pocket friend (yeah, it is really that small), please know that it’s a breeze: pattern’s free, I’m sure you have some leftover yarn, and process is rally quick!
(Photo credit Reda |www.animalsindresses.com )