This is my personal shawl project. While the first shawl was made before I came across these, the rest were inspired by The Crochet Project and The Shawl Project: Book 1. I’ve made four of the six patterns from Book 1, and have bought Book 2 as well. All of the shawls in Book 1 can be […]
This is the Transposition shawl from The Shawl Project: Book One. It was quite a pleasure to make, even if I did fail to read the pattern properly and had to go back about 10 rows… twice. I used Jawoll Magic dégradé yarn, which was also lovely. The shawl is very soft and comfortable to […]
This is my second (or third if you count the horrible fail that I hope no one will see) watercolour. It is of my pretty Kaylee… While I feel like I successfully painted a rabbit, and it was from a photo of Kaylee, I didn’t capture Kaylee. It’s lacking personality. Any tips on how to […]
This is my first watercolour. His name is Bailey, I met him at Attunga in Canyonleigh NSW. I used student watercolour pans; the girl in the art shop recommended that they would be a lot easier for a noob like me than tubes. I’m sure she was right, I like them. Being a complete novice, […]
I made these for a friend who likes neutral, natural and earthy colours. It doesn’t get much more natural than Cleckheaton Perfect Day 8ply alpaca wool, which is not dyed! This is using one of my favourite patterns: mobius mitts by Nyss Parkes, and the hat is inspired by the far out flower beret, but […]
Made for a friend’s baby girl. Free pattern on Craftsy.