I have been playing with the idea of creating a line of patterns very simple to follow, suitable for beginners, and very light in texture. The aim was to use very basic stitches and techniques and at the same time in a very limited number.
In a spirit of weaving, learning a new fiber art and my loom journey I wanted to share with you 5 things I wish I would have known before buying a rigid heddle loom. Things, I wish someone would have told me before buying my first weaving set.
A bought a package of four beautiful skeins of yarn called Paintbox Pick Your Pallet many years ago. The skeins has been waiting in my yarn stash for very long time and now they have finally got their purpose.
I’ve first started working on this crochet blanket probably a year ago. There was a time when I was obsessed with making baby blankets. I was even considering opening a second Croby shop where I would offer finished items, mostly blankets. While I am still working on that idea (need more blankets), I finally finished the pattern. Baby steps or rather said baby blankets, am I right?
Crochet baby rompers are easy and fun to make. You can use them as baby gifts or as an everyday garment. This baby romper is made with 100 % cotton yarn, making it soft and gentle on the skin. They are great for any time of the year. The baby can wear them as a single piece in summer and part of a multi-layer outfit in the wintertime.
This is a crochet pattern for my easy beginner-friendly baby turban – Spring Breeze. Find out what inspired me to design this pattern, what yarn did I choose and learn all the tricks on how to create a perfect baby turban.
This was my very first time writing a pattern for crochet baby leggings. I am obsessed with a shell stitch lately, and I am implementing it everywhere. In fact, I’ve shared a couple of designs already in the past.
I am super excited to share this pattern with you. It has been on my mind for a while now and playing with my creativity, but I just could not get the hang of it. Every time I wanted to put it into stitches, stitch count didn’t match and the…
A beginner crochet baby project that should be on a to-do list of every crocheter. The written instructions and video tutorial are available right here on my blog. Even though it’s May and the Spring is in it’s in full bloom the temperatures are still very low. And it’s raining…
Crochet baby bonnets are super easy to make, and you can wrap up the entire hat with just one skein of yarn. They are perfect last minute projects for baby showers and baby gifts. You usually don’t need any special knowledge of shaping, no decreases needed, only a few rounds…