bless your cotton socks blankie
: 100% cotton crocheted babies blanket.
sea meets sky blankie
: 100% cotton, hand painted yarn, knitted & crocheted edge, babies blanket.
panda lovin’ blankie
: 100% bamboo turned viscose (one of the rare times I’ve used ‘not natural’ yarn – it feels so soft!), crocheted babies blanket.
bunnykins cloud blankie
: 50% angora, 50% wool, crocheted babies blanket.
silky suri blankie
:80% suri alpaca, 20% silk babies blanket. ( hands down the most luxurious yarn – silky and light as a feather ), crochet.
pink clouds blankie
:pink = 50% tencel, 50% alpaca, white= 100% wool, crochet babies blanket.
chunky soft teal scarf
:100% baby alpaca (soft fluffy feathery warmth!), knit.
pastel organics (soon to be blankie)
:100% organic cotton, knit, soon to be blanket.
: 60% wool, 30% baby alpaca, 10% angora, knit & crochet.
green arches blankie
:100% cotton, crochet babies blanket
sage blossom cushion
: 100% wool, crochet
geisha doll bag
dear oh deer bag
oh by the way, did I mention that not only am I obsessed with crocheting, a little knitting and sewing, but I’m also addicted to lovely cups and saucers, teapots, tea containers, birdy things and my garden? I know, you’d never have guessed right?
3 thoughts on “for starters…”
Hi! I found your blog via Pinterest. I could find the pattern I originally came to admire, but found your “Clouds” pattern even more exciting! Can you tell me where the pattern is from? If it’s your own, do you have a store where it’s sold?
Thanks for sharing. I notice you got some yarn from Bendigo Woollen Mills, which is my favourite! Hello fellow Victorian!
Thanks fellow Victorian 🙂 Aren’t we lucky to have such wonderful yarn at our doorstop! (Or a little roadtrip away for me.)
It’s a lovely pattern isn’t!? But it was so long ago I’m really not sure where I found it. I did however just google Crochet Cloud Square Pattern and found a few sites with links. It could have been this one : http://www.crochetville.com/community/topic/126468-yarn-clouds-square-12hx12w-inches/ but to be honest I’m really not sure. It looks very similar though so think you’d be able whip a cloud blankie with it if you just keep following the pattern like I did. It was originally just for a square but I kept going with it until it became a little blankie. Good luck… and let me know how you go?
Wonderful!! I’d done a similar search on Ravelry and came to the same site. It’s good to have some clarification. I even have some alpaca that will suit this pattern nicely. Thanks again!!