this week’s awesome finds

Awe­some cat purse from Tapes­try Cro­chet :D


Sim­ple and beau­ti­ful coast­ers from Sug­ar & Charm.


These waf­fle stitch wash cloths is such a bril­liant idea :D Pat­tern by Chip Flo­ry on Rav­el­ry, super cute waf­fles pic­tured by Rav­el­er Star­bugHay­ley.


I might just try mak­ing these clever Morse Code bracelets! From Lime Riot.


A cro­chet ver­sion of the pol­ka dot hats that I real­ly like :) from Whis­tle & Ivy.


Adorable cat socks from Geena Gar­cia on Rav­el­ry.


Very styl­ish blan­ket sweater from Mama in a Stitch.


This would be nice for Mike :D by Schachen­mayr on Rav­el­ry.


Also want to use my pink yarn for this sweet sweater! I do love garter stitch. From Johan­na Knits.


More sweet­ness! Recipe for ani­mal cook­ie-shaped marsh­mal­lows, from Stu­dio DIY.


Cozy piz­za par­ty :D Piz­za snug­gies from Yarn­spi­ra­tions.


Have a fan­tas­tic crafty week, every­one! :D



this week’s awesome finds

’tis the sea­son for pom poms! :D

These plum pud­ding pom poms are so darn cute!! From Fleur Berna­dine.


Not every­one likes to eat them but pom pom liquorice makes the cutest gar­land. From Love Knit­ting


The fuzzi­est, most adorable tiny birds are made of pom poms. From The Mag­ic Onions.


And with this tuto­r­i­al you can make your own pom pom Hed­wig or oth­er wiz­ardy owls. From Craft­ster.


Well, and once I got search­ing on pom poms a ton of pom pom projects start­ed show­ing up on my Pin­ter­est feed… so here’s a pom pom cac­tus from Pinch Me Beau­ti­ful.


And OMG this most explo­sive­ly joy­ous cup­cake, also from Pinch Me Beau­ti­ful.


This pos­i­tive­ly mossy pom pom wreath <3 From Work in Progress Kit.


In oth­er news… check out this GIANT cup­cake stor­age pouf! Genius! From Repeat Crafter Me.


I recent­ly dis­cov­ered c2c (cor­ner to cor­ner) cro­chet and it’s so much fun! I’m work­ing on a pret­ty giant project right now, oth­er­wise I would total­ly dig into this one. Next year def­i­nite­ly. I should start in Feb­ru­ary :) Advent cal­en­dar pat­tern also from Repeat Crafter Me.


Hap­py crafting!


this week’s awesome finds

Cute glow­ing ghosts! Easy pat­tern from Red Heart, link via Rav­el­ry.


How awe­some is this rain cloud cos­tume? :D From Make It & Love It.


And pur­ple rain for awe­some grown-ups. From Cur­bly.


And the most scared jew­el­ry — pet­ri­fied wood! Learn how to wire-wrap them on Doo­dle­craft.


These cute tri­an­gu­lar bean bag chick­ens :D from Petals to Picots.


These hedge­hog mitts are super adorable and oh they’re knit­ted flat!! From


Make a toasty waf­fle blan­ket! Maybe the stitch will work for a sweater too… From Lu North, Strong and Free.


Ele­gant sweater, reminds me of falling leaves, from Nur­tur­ing Fibres.

Have a love­ly rest of the week, everyone!


this week’s awesome finds

gift-mak­ing sea­son (aka Christ­mas elf­ing sea­son) is here! :D :D :D

Real­ly like this cardi­gan from Lion Brand Yarn. It’s loose-fit­ting so the mea­sure­ments don’t need to be super exact, which makes it a nice gift to crochet :)


Sweet origa­mi brooches from Lana Red Stu­dio.


A bit steam­punk and very fes­tive, must give this a try. Ear­rings made from hex nuts from Cafe Craftea.


More hex nut good­ness from Hel­lo Glow. A trip to the hard­ware store is in order.


These are the sweet­est. From Petit Bout de Chou.


Stum­bled upon some­thing sim­i­lar on a Japan­ese Insta­gram account. Could not for the life of me find that account again, but found a resin tuto­r­i­al that looks very sim­i­lar. Aren’t these gor­geous? From Nunn Design.


A beau­ti­ful pine cone pat­tern using cor­ner to cor­ner cro­chet — some­thing I have yet to try! Would make a love­ly pil­low. From Make & Do Crew.


Also from Make & Do Crew, this styl­ist hexa­gon shelf! Made using the hum­ble pop­si­cle sticks!


Made from prints found in mag­a­zines. One could also use news­pa­per, fab­ric, washi tape, origa­mi paper, pressed and dried leaves… the pos­si­bil­i­ty is end­less! From Hap­pi­ness is Cre­at­ing.


Say “I love you” in ASL and shrink plas­tic :D From Green­bean’s Crafte­role.


Hap­py craft­ing! :D



this week’s awesome finds

Flamin­go sum­mer love :) from Gold­en Lucy Crafts.

Nev­er too ear­ly to start cro­chet­ing for cool­er weath­er. Car coat spot­ted on Rav­el­ry by Bren­da Grob­ler.

They make an excel­lent birth­day gift! From Drawn to DIY.

Cutest thing I’ve seen made with bot­tle caps. They make great fridge mag­nets! From WhiM­Sy Love.

I don’t have a paper cut­ting machine and cut­ting these by hand would be quite a chal­lenge, but I love the idea. From The House the Lars Built.

Think­ing of mak­ing a seat cov­er with this, the best thing is that even though it looks like they’re flower motifs that are painstak­ing­ly sewn togeth­er, there’s actu­al­ly no sewing involved! From MyP­i­cot.

Might give this a try since flipflops are on mas­sive sales at the end of sum­mer! It’s got some nice instruc­tions for prepar­ing the flipflop soles for cro­chet. Does­n’t include pat­tern for cro­chet­ing the shoe tops, but there are lots of free cro­chet shoes pat­tern out there, sure­ly one will work for this. From A Crafty Cook.

A very cute tod­dler dress pat­tern by One Dog Woof :D I won­der if it’d work as an adult size top too.

Odd­ish is my favourite :D Make a gar­den-full with this cute pat­tern by Yarn­mon!

And maybe hide them at Pokéstops, like Knot­ty Nicole does :D (via Bored Pan­da) I don’t play Pokémon Go but if the game starts to include catch­ing cro­cheted plush I’d be all over it!! Knot­ty Nicole shares her Pokémon pat­terns on her Rav­el­ry page.

Have a great week everybody!

this week’s awesome finds

This beau­ti­ful cardi­gan from One Dog Woof! Of course I need anoth­er cardigan.

Very cute giant pret­zel pil­low from Whis­tle & Ivy.

This is bril­liant! :D From Tri­fles & Trea­sures.

Beau­ti­ful series of suc­cu­lent pat­terns from Com­mon Thread. I made a cou­ple of these for my dinosaur planter :)

The old­er I get the more I like geo­met­ric designs, not quite sure why. Also the pom pom edg­ings are very cute. From Grow Cre­ative.

Anoth­er rug, this time a bee­hive :) I think indi­vid­ual bee­hive motifs also make real­ly nice coast­ers. From Moo­gly.

Sweet­est lla­mas ever. Pat­tern for sale by Julie Chen on Rav­el­ry.

This is a real­ly pret­ty stitch. I think it would make a nice scarf. Tuto­r­i­al for jas­mine stitch from Love Cro­chet.

A nice car coat tran­si­tion­ing into fall — it’s nev­er too ear­ly in the sum­mer to start stitch­ing for cold weath­er :D From Bren­da Grob­ler on Rav­el­ry.

Have a good week­end everybody!

this week’s awesome finds

Tiny rab­bit :) free pat­tern from G Store Gallery.

Per­fect pat­tern for tran­sit-knit­ting, from Toron­to’s LYS, The Knit Cafe :)

The sym­bol of friend­ship is easy to make :D from Per­sia Lou.

Cute cac­ti that nev­er die, and dou­ble as pin­cush­ions! From A Beau­ti­ful Mess.

Gor­geous sum­mer tunic, and shared gen­er­ous­ly by Right Brain Cro­chet on Rav­el­ry.

Have you seen Find­ing Dory yet? :D My favourite (besides Dory, of course) is Des­tiny the whale shark! This pat­tern is designed as a phone hold­er but it works just as well as a plush :D it looks kind of com­pli­cat­ed but it’s knit­ted flat so I think I will be able to man­age… and did I men­tion it’s a free down­load? :D By Reuben Briskie on Rav­el­ry.

Have a won­der­ful rest of the week, everyone!

this week’s awesome finds

All the sum­mery stuff! :D

Cut fox print, also great for t‑shirt! :D From Patch­work Cac­tus.

These cat donuts are soooo adorable. Orig­i­nal recipe is not in Eng­lish, but Google Trans­late does a good job! From Schoen Und Fien.

So pret­ty and sum­ma­ry, straw­ber­ry short­cake in a jar <3 Looks sim­ple enough for non-bak­ers like me to make, espe­cial­ly if I buy pre-made pound cake… From Make & Takes.

Cutest jel­ly­fish I’ve seen! Pat­tern from One Dog Woof.

Clothes­pin fairies for rainy day craft par­ties and sun­ny day gar­den par­ties. From Crafts Unleashed.

More rainy day crafts! Loo roll nin­jas on Kids Activ­i­ties Blog.

These are the most gor­geous dish cloth, inspired by old-times linoleum floors. Pat­tern on Mason-Dixon Knit­ting.

This is just plain awe­some. The tuto­r­i­al uses colour gel fil­ters, I’m not sure where to get those, but I think for a small­er ver­sion tis­sue paper will be OK. From Oh Hap­py Day.

Enjoy the sun! :D

this week’s awesome finds

Super adorable giant flop­py rab­bits, finger/arm knit­ting instruc­tions from Flax & Twine.


I like the cabled col­lar. From Lion Brand Yarn. (reg­is­tra­tion required to access free pattern)


*squish* these remind me so much of Neko Atsume :D Free Rav­el­ry down­load by Sarah Sloy­er.


Check out these beau­ti­ful­ly knit­ted fun­gi on BromeLeighad! The artist knits one kind of fun­gi every week in the 52 Forms of Fun­gi series.

I like this ele­gant mask from Live Craft Love.


More cats! And total­ly cus­tomiz­able. By Lit­tle Mee on Rav­el­ry.


Capelet per­fect for spring­time, from Clas­sic Elite Yarns.


Have a great week­end, every­one! :D


this week’s awesome finds

Spring is in the air! :D

These cook­ies are too beau­ti­ful to eat! From Flut­ter Mag­a­zine.


I must have post­ed these bun­ny nuggets before, but can’t help but have to post them again, they’re SO CUTE!! Look at their fluffy tails! By Rebec­ca Dan­ger on Rav­el­ry.


Love the tex­ture of this stitch sam­pler neck warmer, and it’s knit­ted flat! :D By Fiona Kel­ly on Rav­el­ry.


Want to hug these giant origa­mi rab­bits. From Oh Hap­py Day.


Per­fect for tran­si­tion­al weath­er. By Nic­ki Hirsch. Scroll down for Eng­lish cro­chet pattern.


These sweet flow­ers are made of nail pol­ish! Great idea for a craft par­ty don’t you think? :D From Won­der­ful DIY.


Spring chick­ens! :D From Pot­peb­bles.


A glit­ter tum­bler to bright­en up your day :D From Stu­dio DIY.


Hap­py spring! :D