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J is for Jalapeno.

This is the thing, kind of edible jalapeno. Not my favourite kind of food but interesting looking enough to try and make it into amigurumi. I googeled a little bit t find the closest colour of yarn from my stash and found out I really have only a few greens. 217 more words

Crochet

Teach a man to fish

This weekend is ‘beginners crochet workshop‘ here at The Little Lancashire Smallholding. This beginner class runs a few times a year and is my most popular workshop. 435 more words

Crochet

Whimsy Garland

Two trips to Santa Monica ago, I picked up “Loop’s 10” from Wildfiber Studio.  I always stop at the locals.  Sometimes I buy yarn, other times I buy patterns.   421 more words

Manos Del Uruguay

Hanging basket

The beauty of having a Ravelry queue is that if you ever run out of inspiration for your next project you just visit your queue and see what you added to the list of potential projects. 331 more words

Crochet

Do Not Pass Up This Cowl Pattern

I love email from Kendra! She’s not exaggerating; this is gorgeous. This is a sleek cowl with a simple stitch that adds texture and interest without bulk. 295 more words

Pattern

Weekend Stashbuster Blanket by Sandra Paul

Some day I’ll love joining pieces. I like making them, but my face of anguish and disgust at joining squares usually gets a hearty chuckle from whoever mentioned it to me. 177 more words

Pattern

Knitted Knockers.

Vibes and Scribes, a shop which has become the hub of all things crafty in Cork, sent out a call for volunteer knitters last week. Ever eager for an excuse to skip the Saturday morning hockey run, I raised my hand. 483 more words

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