I like the monthly summary because it is hard for me to remember what happened 30 days ago. Lol Besides being very busy in the household (3 birthdays, our anniversary, listed our house for sale, conditonally sold it and bought another in 5 days) I have also been quite busy with my computer work for
Abstract Queen CAL: Interlocking Part 1
September 1, 2020: Part 1 – Foundation to Row 24 And so it begins! It isn’t quite midnight, but it’s close enough to September 1; I have been waiting too long! You will see this same introduction on each part of the CAL. Scroll down to find the pattern instructions you’re looking for. Go back
Abstract Queen CAL: Mosaic Part 1
September 1, 2020: Part 1 – Foundation to Row 24 And so it begins! It isn’t quite midnight but it is close enough to September 1; I have been waiting too long! You will see this same introduction on each part of the CAL. Scroll down to find the pattern instructions you’re looking for. The
Want to change your Preemie Love Blanket into a lapghan? Here’s how!
Brackets in Crochet Patterns
There are so many skills to learn when attempting to crochet something! First we have to learn how to do the stitches, we also have to learn how to choose a hook size and what yarn to use or substitute, some are just learning how to read patterns or how to read those fancy pictures
I know there’s a lot going on right now (the Abstract Queen CAL will start soon and my Preemie Love Blanket is free for 3 days) so perhaps from a marketing view I should have timed the release on this one better. I will work on learning marketing too someday. I was at my computer
Doctor Who: Are You My Mummy?
I thought I was done with this series, but I think I won’t ever truly be done lol There’s always more I could add! You will have to pick and choose your favorites. The chart can be used for both interlocking and mosaic crochet (and probably other crafts too). The written instructions for both are
Doctor Who: Tardis Banner
This is called “Tardis Banner” to differentiate between the small square called “Tardis 20”. The first and last squares I’m making in my Doctor Who series both show the Tardis: the iconic image that makes us feel geeky and excited! The chart can be used for both interlocking and mosaic crochet (and probably other crafts
Doctor Who: Sonic Screwdriver
I’m not enough of a fan to know which doctor this screwdriver belongs to. It might not belong to any, I suppose. It is my version of something that looks high tech and gadgety. It probably still won’t work on wood, though. It is a very narrow and tall addition to the Doctor Who series.
Buzz Lightyear Sweater, part 2
I managed to find some time for this project today. I have the body done. I pinned the shoulders together and tried it on my wiggly toddler. It seems to fit! I thought 7 stitches from shoulder towards the neck would be enough but after trying it on him I think 9 will be better.