Crochet · Knitting / Tricot

2014 – a year of projects in pictures

As another year comes to an end, I think it’s nice to look back at everything I’ve made and reflect a little on it. 20 projects no less! That’s about an average of a new project every two and a half weeks … Not bad! Of course by the end of the year there’ll be… Continue reading 2014 – a year of projects in pictures

Blog en français · Crochet · Gotta Love · Knitting / Tricot · Lifestyle

Gotta Love: Autumn

Autumn’s definitely in the air – the mornings are cool, the trees are changing colour and we’re switching our wardrobes from summer to winter. Il y a de l’automne dans l’air – le matin il fait frais, les arbres changent de couleurs et on échange les habits d’été contre les habits d’hiver. Personally I love… Continue reading Gotta Love: Autumn

Blog en français · Crochet · Sewing / Couture

Pretty girly-girl bag

I had to laugh when Lisa checked a book out of the library about springtime felt projects – hint hint!! She’s obviously caught on to the fact that I enjoy making stuff … So after a little perusal of the book, we found a cute little felt bag. As felt isn’t the most robust material,… Continue reading Pretty girly-girl bag

Blog en français · Knitting / Tricot

Butterflies and Papillons

Petite nouveauté cette semaine: ce blog devient bilingue! J’ai pris la décision car j’ai envie de le partager et je veux que mes amis et ma famille francophones puissent le lire! Starting this week, I have decided to make this blog bilingual! The reason for this is that I want to share it and it… Continue reading Butterflies and Papillons

Knitting / Tricot

Mauna Lisa

Not so long ago I posted back when I was Knitpurl 83 about stash-busting and I’m glad to announce that it’s going pretty well! I recently completed “Mauna” for Lisa – bringing me to the obvious merger: “Mauna Lisa”! This really was a great pattern to knit. It’s started at the neckline, knit raglan style… Continue reading Mauna Lisa

Knitting / Tricot

For the kids

Not quite as quick to knit as baby gear, but the thanks and recognition you get for knitting for bigger kids is totally worth it! These fingerless mittens were made for Lisa from a pattern I found on marthastewart.com, just tweeking the pattern a little to make them a smaller for Lisa’s hands. This was… Continue reading For the kids