New Addition to Sonic Screwdriver

Last year, I drew up a series of Doctor Who patterns. They were originally interlocking patterns but I did add the mosaic option shortly after.

At that time, I made a video walk-thru for my small Tardis square (Locked Filet Mesh / interlocking version). And I started making another video but then life got crazy and I was focused more on other things. But, a year later, I have finally finished the video walk-thru for Sonic Screwdriver!

They are all free because when I contacted the BBC about it they said I could share my patterns as long as they were free. Some of them are available to download on Ravelry, some of them are only available on my website or in my Facebook group.

I will keep updating as I can.

I have also started adding subtitles in over 80 languages to my YouTube videos! It isn’t hard, but it does take a lot of time.

My next pattern is nearly ready to release, there have been a few teasers shown by my testers 😉 so maybe you’ve seen it?

Teaser pic of next pattern

Crochet from the Center-Out

Are you ready to take your projects up a notch? I feel like we have just leveled-up on a video game because now we can crochet from the center-out! You may also see others refer to this technique as “from the middle” or “in the round”.

It is not a new technique. Other designers have been doing it for awhile. But it is new for my patterns.

I always offer written line-by-line instructions and charts for my patterns. And all of my patterns (minus a few) are designed for BOTH the interlocking crochet technique and the overlay mosaic crochet technique.

This tutorial is no different.

There are written instructions and charts for both of these tutorials. These tutorials each have a PDF photo tutorial and a YouTube tutorial.