After I wrote the post about Helen Rödel last month I couldn't stop thinking about the bobble stitch and about how much fun it looks, both to make and to look at. I needed to make something!
I'm very excited to finally show you two of the most special amigurumis I've ever made! These are Emily and Will and they are extra special because they are the wedding dolls I made for my dear friends
I bumped into the work of Helen Rödel early this year when searching for crochet tops inspiration and I completely fell in love with her amazing use of crochet as a fashion technique.
The more I make them the more I like crochet garlands! They take longer to make than you'd expect because of all the assembling and sewing needed, but they look incredibly cute when finished
This is definitely one of the crochet creatures that I'm most proud of so far. I'm very happy to finally be able to share with you my latest amigurumi, the crochet version of the 10th Doctor
Meet Ariel, the little crochet mermaid!
This is one of the latest amigurumis I've been working in and I'm specially proud of her because it's the second of the new small sized crochet dolls! She
The sewing fever has stricken the UK again with the new edition of The Great British Sewing Bee! Last week I was reading on twitter how haberdasheries have certainly felt an increase in sales since
Guess where I was this weekend. Yep, I went to my first big knitting event in London, The Spring Knitting and Stitching show at Olympia! This was my first knitting show in the UK, so I was as
Spring is here, can you feel it? Even London feels like spring already! Daffodils have started to bloom and people seems a bit nicer than usual. Last year March was so horrible that it snowed 6
I bet you never thought that concrete could be cool in any way (eew boring grey construction material!) ...well, it wasn't until now!
During the past few months I've been seeing an increasing amount