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HTTPS Secure Server Migration

In this age of cyber hacking and concerns about security, I have decided to move all of this website to a secure server – Https not http. Although no personal financial information is collected at this site and I provide information only, you can’t be too careful. This has been done now. You will […]

Crochet Baby Booties

Winter is coming soon and my little granddaughter needs some warm booties. Here is a selection of free crochet patterns that I have found. Some of them will be great using handspun yarns. Please let me know if you find other ones.

Cloud Baby Booties This booty patterns uses bulky yarn and an 8 […]

Knit and Crochet Poppy Patterns

November 11 – Remembrance Day It’s poppy time! Why not knit or crochet a hand made poppy or two to remember this day and those who fought so that we can be safe. Please remember, if you sell any of these handmade poppies, please donate the funds to your local Legion. This is their […]

Agathis Weaving Shop - Corfu

A few weeks ago I had a lovely holiday in Kassiopi, Corfu. I had visited there a few years ago and had discovered a very talented weaver who has a small shop on the main street of Kassiopi. I was very pleased to see that she is still in business and is doing well. […]

Doc in Scrubs Amigurumi

Amigurumi figures are quite easy and fun to make, even for a beginner crocheter. You only need to know 3 crochet stitches, CH – chain stitch, SL St – Slip Stitch and SC – single crochet. This crochet pattern uses US crochet notation. For UK: SC (single crochet) = DC (double crochet) How to […]

Free Crochet Bowl Patterns

Hemp Crochet Bowl

Crochet bowls are a fun project for a beginner and use up odd bits of yarn. I crocheted this bowl using one of the crochet bowl patterns below. I used a hemp yarn and size 3.5 crochet hook.

I have recently discovered double ended crochet hooks by Knit Pro Symfonie […]

How to Russian Join Yarn Ends

What is a Russian join? A Russian join is a very effective way to join 2 yarn ends without using a knot. It works well on any type of plied yarn, especially when the yarn doesn’t felt, such as for cotton, linen or superwash wool yarns. It can be used for knitting and crochet. […]

How to Make a Wool Felted Necklace

Instructions for how to make a felt necklace – with a bit of crochet and wool roving. […]

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