I have been very eager to make door hangers lately to show the holiday spirit. Easter was only two weeks away when I started this project. I am still new to designing. I thought this bunny turned out a bit like made by an amateur (which I am😅). I used Big Twist Value white and… Continue reading Easter Bunny Door Hanger
This was my second baby crochet project. Not surprisingly, I found this pattern on Repeat Crafter Me. Instead of making a Tushie cover, I did a diaper cover. I made these a month before my son was born.I put the costume on him after he arrived. He didn't seem to mind.He was too tired to struggle.… Continue reading Infant Bee Hat and Diaper Cover
My neighbors put up some St. Patrick's Day decor. I decided to join in by making a shamrock door hanger using C2C crochet. This is not my best work. I missed a cell.🤪 The shamrock also looks fatter on the right side. It could also used a border. I don't know if because it's hand… Continue reading Shamrock Door Hanger
This was the first crochet project I made for my son while I was seven months pregnant. I hadn't touched my crochet hook in ten years. I had to relearn all the crochet lingos and refresh myself with some crochet techniques on YouTube. I hadn't able to stop crochet or knit since this hat. This… Continue reading Crochet Baby Aviator Hat
Though this is an advanced level by We Are Knitters standard, it's not actually that difficult, technique wise. One thing I suggest is not to hang this piece after it's completed. I feel like mine has been stretched a little bit. Overall, a very fun and good learning experience.
I was scrolling through Instagram and saw how Tunisian crochet was done. I was so fascinated by it and had to try it. And tah-dah: my first two Tunisian crochet dishcloths: simple Tunisian crochet stitch (red and pink) and honeycomb stitch (green and yellow). I found this pattern on My PopPet Makes. Such a fun… Continue reading First Tunisian Crochet Dishcloths
I thought of this sunglasses case while I saw someone just hanging their sunglasses off their purse. I was so excited I finally designed something myself instead of following patterns.Case pattern: Chain 16 Single crochet 2nd loop from hook, all the way across (15 stitches) Single crochet 9 rows for each color. The belt: Chain… Continue reading Crochet Sunglasses Case