The winter is not over just yet and there is still time to go outside and play with snow, or at least go for a walk and collect some happy thoughts and positive energy. Soft and warm clothes are very important in the winter, especially for kids.
I just love mixing simple crochet stitches. It would surprise you how beautiful and interesting stitch pattern you can get with using very basic crochet stitches. Sometimes can be a bit messy counting rows and rounds, so it’s great to have a piece of paper and a pen or a digital row/round counter somewhere nearby to make notes as you go.
Little crochet baby clothes are so cute and so much fun to make. I think no one can argue with that. And they can be made from start to finish in a day or two, which is super fast if you compare it with a sweater or even very delicate lace shawl which can take you weeks to finish.
This is a crochet pattern for my easy beginner-friendly baby socks -Two Tone Socks. Find out what inspired me to design this pattern, what yarn did I choose, and learn all the tricks on how to create a pair of perfect baby socks. You can find the free instruction below.…
Three weeks, three videos, and three blog posts in a row. I am so happy I am finally getting back on track with filming, editing, and of course crocheting, which is my favorite thing to do.
Let me just say, I’ve ordered a bunch of yarn from Love Crochet, which is an online store that sells yarn and crochet patterns. They sell yarn and crochet patterns and when you purchase a crochet pattern you can also order the yarn that is recommended by the pattern designer.
I am so excited to share with you my new tutorial for a crochet baby romper. I have been working on this bad boy for two weeks now and I think it came out super cute. Believe it or not, this was my first attempt to make a granny square.
Today I am sitting alone in my little creative space, making a long list of what I have to do before I leave. I have to make a good plan. Film a video and write a few blog posts. Something to keep you guys busy when I am gone. 🙂
This is a crochet pattern for my easy beginner-friendly Amigurumi Snail. 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 snail. You can find the free instruction below. If you want to support my…
I dug some blue and gray yarn in my yarn stash and started working on a new design. My goal was, to create simple baby shoes suitable for boys and girls. Nothing fancy, no flowers, no bows or colorful buttons.