I've been busy with these small wreaths. You can't ever have enough as they are so very versatile! Hang them on your Christmas tree, decorate presents with them, use them as card toppers etc, etc. I make wreaths every Christmas, but always in a slightly different design.
These are Tiny Teds that I have designed and crocheted for a cause close to my heart. First Touch is a charity dedicated to raising funds to support sick and premature babies at the neonatal unit at St George's Hospital in Tooting, London. They are in need of matching pale coloured teddies in pairs for their Memory Boxes, given to every bereaved family. Knitted or crocheted. One teddy stays in the memory box and the other goes with the baby on their last journey.
If you think you'd like to contribute with your work please find the patterns below.
You may also wish to use your own patterns in which case you should know that the Teds should not be taller than 6".
The charity also has other projects which you can view on their Facebook page - First Touch
It's not long to Easter now and I wanted to make something a little different for the Easter breakfast table. The cosies are quick to make as I used 8/8 cotton yarn which gives them a firm texture and should last well. I think they are very cute and I am pleased with them.
What projects are on your Easter Crochet list?
A Spring Bunting to brighten up the day. I added plain white appliques to lift the plainness of the individual triangles. Hearts, butterflies and flowers adorn my crochet. Just as I was getting used to the sun, it has disappeared again. Let's hope it'll be back soon
Here's one I made earlier lol. We still have cold and windy days and it might just come in handy. I can't wait for the warmer weather to arrive so that I can get into summer crocheting
Easter is quite late this year and it has given me more time to come up with some Easter designs. I love how this bunny is just hanging in there and I am glad I chose such bright colours to display him. Have you spotted the little Easter basket on his back?
I made these little brown guys just for fun. They are adorning my cloakroom in a very endearing fashion. Would you display these guys in your home?
Isn't he cute? The little button heart just finishes Patrick Panda off perfectly. I hope to have him in my Etsy shop soon as he is being tested right now.
Wouldn't you like to see your little girl in one of these Ponchos? Perfect for wearing in the car on colder evenings. If she falls asleep, you can easily remove it without her waking up. I crocheted this poncho with my youngest granddaughter in mind.
Perfect for a little (and big) person's cuddles. She is my newest design and the pattern is going to be available in my Etsy shop as soon as she has been tested. She is plump, soft and very pink and I just love her to bits