African Flowers & Buntings


I looove the African Flower motif.  If I see anything done in the African Flower, it draws my attention immediately. When the T-shirt yarn became a popular medium to crochet with last year; thanks to ladies like Anneke Wiese from Crochet in Paternoster with her beatiful doily patterned rugs from t-shirt yarn, Hilda Steyn from Yarn […] Read more…

Pattern: Granny Style Boots


I haven’t been here for quite a while, I know, but it has been a busy few months between classes and workshops, yarn sales, getting patterns in order to get them published for you, and then there’s the girlies and hubby been either overseas or on courses.  Mentioning the latter, I am very proud to announce […] Read more…

Free Pattern: My Doll Slippers


Since my little girls were babies, I fell in love with Mary Jane shoes as one as my most favorite items to make, either by sewing or crochet. So every now and then, when I’m getting the chance, I’m playing around with shoes. Nevertheless, when my girls got their first dolls, one of the first […] Read more…

Design your own Beanie


NOTE: THIS IS ONLY A GUIDE AND MAY DIFFER FROM STITCH TO STITCH, PATTERN TO PATTERN, TO YARN USED, TO HOOK SIZE. I get weekly inquiries from ladies asking for help to crochet beanies. Well, here I have a few guidelines made up ​​and at the end, you can find a Free Newborn Beanie and the link to my Granny style beanie available in my Ravelry online […] Read more…

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