I love crocheting blankets, scarves, bags and anything that doesn’t need to fit. My one attempt at making an interestingly-shaped cardigan turned out a bit too interesting.
Assorted hats for Innocent smoothies. For every hatted smoothie sold, 25p goes to Age UK. My total is currently just over 200 for this year. Bobble hats in photo below, more pics here
Dancing in the rain blanket. Design by Marinke Slump.
Carousel CAL. Design by Susan Pinner
Dance under the stars blanket. Design by Marinke Slump
Fat bottomed bags. Design by Wink
Log cabin afghan. Free pattern on the Red Heart website.
Ribbed scarf with hood and pockets. Pattern from Simply Crochet magazine.
Rib scarf with pockets. Adapted from pattern in Simply Crochet magazine.
Angel Scarf. Pattern by Amanda Perkins
Slippers. Pattern on Dance like a robot
Crocodile stitch cushion cover. Pattern by Joyce Lewis
Cloche hat. Pattern by Diane Serviss
Kawaii Amigurumi bunnies. Pattern by Stephanie Jessica Lau
Infinity scarf. Pattern on Moogly
Lucy’s ripple blanket – in progress
Arizona blanket – in progress – CAL
Lucy’s log cabin – yarn pack purchased
Stripy poncho – in progress
Hexie flower blanket – in design stage
Hexie spiral blanket – in design stage
April 24, 2014 at 5:26 AM
Your slipper pattern looks much easier than mine! I wish I’d gone simpler…Mine is from Craftsy and is the braided knit look stitch. I’m having difficulty with the directions after the sole. Frustrated. I made a toddler pair using that stitch only using my own intuition and they turned out great. Now for the adult size…
April 24, 2014 at 12:59 PM
The one I made was quite easy. The top and soles are done separately and then crocheted together. Good instructions for making it fit too.
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