Yes, ordinarily I would wait until Friday to share my finished crochet projects, but I am so excited about these that I just couldn’t wait until then!
I have some wonderful completions to share with you today, so take my hand and I’ll take you on a guided tour…
I have been meaning to write this post for nearly two months, but what with one thing and another I just haven’t got around to it until now. And now that I am sat here with time to write the post, my mind has gone blank and I can’t think what to say. Oh well. We’ll let the photos do the talking shall we?
Are you fed up with your pass cover falling to pieces every few months and needing to replace it? Me too. There are so many sewing tutorials out there to make your own pass cover (in books, magazines and on blogs and websites) that to sew your own no longer seems like a “fresh” idea. So I decided I would do something a bit different. I have yet to see a crocheted pass cover on the internet, so I thought I might try it from scratch myself. It is surprisingly easy to make, provided you know your basic crochet skills, and I am here to walk you through it with plenty of photos. Are you ready? Then take my hand and we’ll begin…
It’s been rather hectic here at Sting Junkies’ Heaven lately. Having finished the Sea Foam Throw for the sofa, I embarked upon a new project: the Damask Afghan in Unexpected Afghans by Robyn Chachula. This is to be a graduation gift for our eldest who has now finished her fashion promotion degree. I’m not sure whether she reads my blog or not, so I won’t share any photos just in case. I’m sure you understand!
I have finished so many projects since I posted last month that I hardly know where to start! Well, I guess the first one is as good as any!
That’s right: the shop got some more of the cerise yarn in so I was able to finish my new bag over the weekend and fully line it too!
First, let me apologise for my fortnight’s absence from the blogging world.
Indeed I am, with three finishes in one week! I hope I keep up the pace with the new WIP!
Hello my lovelies thank you for dropping by. I do hope you are happy and well 🙂 As you have probably noticed from the side bar to your left, I have actually crocheted my own little avatar/icon/logo. I am quite pleased with it and I hope you are too 😉 I won’t bother uploading another picture since you can see it quite well where it is!