Today is a big day for me. A couple of months back, Charlotte from abracadacraft contacted me, telling me that she would like to interview me for their website. I was flabbergasted! To those who don’t know: abracadacraft is THE reference for the French crafting community, each day publishing a selection of what France’s finest… Read More
I had already announced it on Instagram: I was looking for a beautiful and easy sewing project for a blueish grey corduroy fabric I had in my stock. Quickly, I thought of this skirt. Made of corduroy, it will keep my daughter nice and warm during her first European autumn. The book’s title is “Vêtements… Read More
Lately, I have been more and more associating crochet with Liberty of London fabrics. Next to the Liberty-fruits I love crocheting, the use of Liberty fabric was rather accessory until now. So when I was asked to crochet a friend for this princess here and to dress said friend in pink Liberty d’Anjo, the result was… Read More
Once upon a time, in a children’s fairytale book, I’ve seen a beautiful princess with a flowing dress and a tall, pointed hat. I’ve never quite forgotten this drawing and so I had to translate it into crochet one day…
Spring’s a-coming, at least in Europe, and so I wasn’t surprised at all when my mum asked me for a green Liberty-apple. Usually, I prefer pastel colours, so this request was a bit of a challenge to me, and, as you will notice, I couldn’t resist to smuggle in a pastel green pear… In the… Read More
For over a year or more, I had an excess crocheted head with already fixed eyes. Initially, it had been intended for a new Bahbahmouton, but somehow I had never finished it. So when I found it in the depths of my crochet work basket, I thought that it would be nice to try something… Read More
For quite some time, I have had the idea to crochet a bunny pillow to cuten-up the kids bedroom even more. After some reflection, this was the result: Lily, the bunny pillow.
Once upon a while the most beautiful Waldorf doll joined our family. Obviously, this little lady merits a new and complete wardrobe… So this weekend, I crocheted a shawl, bonnet and tote bag for her…
I still am, and probably always will be, a fan of pretend food. Especially when we pretend to have cake and biscuits. What bette than to share a small tutorial with you. Oreos anybody?