I am stopping by to show you my newest project, the thing that has been keeping me busy for the past few days. It’s baby slippers, designed to fit little feet from 0 to 3 months.
As you can see, I made many. Especially because they are so easy to whip up. And once I made a pair in one color combination, another one popped up in my mind immediately so I just had give that one a try as well. To my astonishment, this process led me to 12 pairs altogether. Haha. I love them all.
If you’d like to make these crocheted slippers too, you can find all the necessary details and step-by-step pictures in my pattern shops here or here.
And here are a few more pictures I took for the inspiration…
Happy New Year to everyone! May you be happy and healthy all year long!
I am kicking off this year with a brand new pattern. This one is rather special to me because it’s my first ever knitting pattern. I mean, it’s the first one I have designed and written down for my pattern shop. It’s fun to have a knitting pattern after 63 crochet ones I made before. A special beginning to a hopefully special year.
The pattern describes how to make a Hooded Baby Jacket. The jacket is suitable for babies age 0-3 months. I think the jackets can make lovely gifts for the little humans you or your loved ones may be expecting…
The pattern that I prepared for those of you who are interested, is packed full of pictures and step by step instructions. You can find it in my shops here or here.
I hope you will have as much fun with this project as I had.
I have a new crochet idea for you today. It’s Crochet Christmas Trees With Buttons – a cute little decor piece to prepare your home for the upcoming holiday season.
These trees are very simple to make, a perfect project for all crochet lovers who are acquainted with the basics of crochet.
To help you with this project, I have put together a pattern. It’s spread over 21 pages, containing both written instructions and a photo tutorial with 37 detailed step-by-step pictures.
You can find the pattern and more info about it HERE and HERE.
I am super happy today because I can present to you my newest pattern – the Mini Crochet Pouches.
I designed this project with mostly Christmas on my mind. I just loved the idea of decorating a Christmas tree with these mini pouches and filling them with little treats. But mostly, I thought they could look super-sweet when used as Advent calendar sacks that hide small surprises to celebrate the days before Christmas. But, all-in-all, I think they can work just great for carrying small gifts for any occasion. Yay!
If you like this idea and would like to create the colorful pouches as well, you can find the pattern and all the necessary info here and here. The pattern, as always, includes many step-by-step pictures to make the project as easy to follow as possible.
I had a blast making this simple project, I hope you will too.