Posts Tagged: Green

Chevron Afghan #2

A chevron afghan I made for my nephew’s first birthday. My sister wanted it in a neutral colour so that it can potentially be used for her second child too. The chevron pattern is so easy to crochet. This afghan

Chevron Afghan #2

A chevron afghan I made for my nephew’s first birthday. My sister wanted it in a neutral colour so that it can potentially be used for her second child too. The chevron pattern is so easy to crochet. This afghan

Goody Goody Gum Drops

I’ve escaped Wellington’s coming winter only to land in what’s probably, one of Sydney’s most hot and humid autumns. Whatever the season is, there’s nothing quite like letting your inner child out and enjoying your favourite flavoured cone. This beanie

Goody Goody Gum Drops

I’ve escaped Wellington’s coming winter only to land in what’s probably, one of Sydney’s most hot and humid autumns. Whatever the season is, there’s nothing quite like letting your inner child out and enjoying your favourite flavoured cone. This beanie

Dragon Born Beanie

The baby dragon beanie is finally finished. I started this beanie a couple of days ago and blogged about it in Dragon / Dinosaur Beanie (in progress). Here are some more shots of the process. The horns were made using Diana’s

Dragon Born Beanie

The baby dragon beanie is finally finished. I started this beanie a couple of days ago and blogged about it in Dragon / Dinosaur Beanie (in progress). Here are some more shots of the process. The horns were made using Diana’s

Dragon / Dinosaur Beanie (in progress)

I am making this beanie to accompany the last cathedral window quilt I made. They’re for a friend’s nephew. She’s gifting them to her sister at the baby shower sometime later this month. My friend’s nephew was born last year,

Dragon / Dinosaur Beanie (in progress)

I am making this beanie to accompany the last cathedral window quilt I made. They’re for a friend’s nephew. She’s gifting them to her sister at the baby shower sometime later this month. My friend’s nephew was born last year,

Starburst / Catherine’s Wheel / Harlequin / Full Circle Stitch

I’ve decided to ditch the Lark’s foot afghan. I’m just not happy with it. Instead I came across this beautiful Starburst stitch and thought that the colours I’d already bought (blues and greens) would look great in this wave-like stitch. This

Starburst / Catherine’s Wheel / Harlequin / Full Circle Stitch

I’ve decided to ditch the Lark’s foot afghan. I’m just not happy with it. Instead I came across this beautiful Starburst stitch and thought that the colours I’d already bought (blues and greens) would look great in this wave-like stitch. This

Lark's Foot

Lark’s Foot Afghan (in progress)

February is going to be a big month. Both my younger sister’s birthdays fall on this month, four days apart. My oldest sister, her husband and daughter will also be coming over to visit. Time to get crafting.. My youngest

Lark's Foot

Lark’s Foot Afghan (in progress)

February is going to be a big month. Both my younger sister’s birthdays fall on this month, four days apart. My oldest sister, her husband and daughter will also be coming over to visit. Time to get crafting.. My youngest

Cathedral Window Quilt #4

This quilt uses the same colour scheme as one I made earlier for my nephew. I’ve just added alternating rows of blank window inserts. I thought the first quilt looked way too busy. The blank fabric (same fabric used for

Cathedral Window Quilt #4

This quilt uses the same colour scheme as one I made earlier for my nephew. I’ve just added alternating rows of blank window inserts. I thought the first quilt looked way too busy. The blank fabric (same fabric used for