Bobbles Of Fun Cushion Cover

This post contains ad | pr product, along side Knitshop.co.uk. New cushion cover for spring redecorating I hear you say? I’ve got you covered! In February I was gifted some beautiful yarn from Knitshop.co.uk and the Bobbles Of Fun Cushion Cover was born, with it’s bobble texture and big wooden buttons, what’s not to love. The best part is I’m […]

5 EGGcellent Easter Crochet Ideas

I love Easter! The start of spring, new life and of course the chocolate eggs! There are so many cute Easter crochet makes to get excited about but I’ve narrowed it down to my top 5 plus a bonus pattern you can use for any season/occasion. Easter Bunny Washcloth This super cute bunny dish cloth is you’re classic Easter make. […]

Crochet 101: Double Stranding Yarn

Sometimes we want to make something so bad and we just don’t have the right yarn to start without going to the shops or waiting on a yarn order. If you feel confident enough and you have enough yarn you can double strand some smaller weight yarn together to create the size you need. This works really well for projects […]

Crochet Kits

Throughout January 2021, I’ve served all sorts of crochet information to help you get to know the ins and outs of crochet. I’m super passionate about helping you become your best crochet self and now I’ve created something that ties my blog posts and my YouTube stitch tutorials together, a series of crochet kits. These kits give you everything you […]

Crochet 101: Hook Sizes

Metric, UK or US. Just like yarn, different parts of the world have different terms for crochet hooks sizes too. They are all the same but sometimes it’s nice to be in the know. Personally I’ve only ever used the metric system for crochet hook sizing (this is used pretty much universally) but in case you do stumble across a […]

Crochet 101: Stitch Abbreviations

When you’re ready to move on from my beginners guide, or video demonstrations over on YouTube, you might dive into the world of pattern reading. It’s great to be able to follow a written pattern and this will really help to improve your crochet knowledge, but they can be confusing when you’re first starting out. Take a look at the […]

Crochet 101: Crochet Conversion Chart

If you’ve ever looked at a crochet pattern you’ve probably seen it mention ‘crochet terms’ either written in UK or US. These can be so confusing when your starting out and really off putting when you just want to crochet but can’t understand why it isn’t turning out how it’s supposed to! When I started crocheting I learnt following American […]

Mini Babushka Baskets

So apparently the 14th of January 2021 is organise your home day, who knew?! I know I definitely have a bit of decluttering to do in my house. I think I must be a secret collector of toiletries because the bathroom shelf is always full! We’ve all got that one place in our homes that needs a bit of a […]

Crochet 101: Tips For Beginners

Starting a new hobby can be really exciting but also really overwhelming when you’re flooded with a ton of information you don’t quite understand. I put together a few quick tips for beginners that might help ease some of your worries and or make getting started that much easier for you. This post contains affiliated links, meaning I may receive […]

Crochet 101: Beginner Crochet Pattern

This pattern is written in US terms. The dish/wash cloth is a great first project. Made from just one type of stitch, the single crochet, this quick and fabulous cloth is a brilliant project to practice your new found talent and make something practical you can use with pride daily. To get started on this project you’ll need the basic […]