I wondered how hearing very British English and seeing typical London terraced houses everyday would influence my crocheting, or if it would at all! What inspiration do you get from being in London in autumn after having spent several years without any autumn at all? Well, apparently, you end up with Henry Very British! One… Read More
This summer (winter for me in fact since I was still in Maurtius back then), one of my favourite Amigurumi designers, Agathe Rose, asked me if I would like to test her new pattern, Mister Stark. You bet, I did! Crocheting a creature carrying such a mysterious name… I had to! As always, I used… Read More
One of the reasons I decided to get into blogging was the hope that this would allow me to connect with other bloggers and by doing so, to get the possibility to swap gifts with them. Some of you might know by now that I am a huge fan of swaps. In fact, I am… Read More
Sometimes, I am asked how I started to crochet amigurumis. I had crocheted and knitted as a child. When I was 14, I knitted my first jumper. I used about a kg of yarn! It was extremely warm and, in fact, still exists (but has assumed a second life in one of my parents wardrobes… 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…
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
It is as if this Libertypear and the Libertyapple had been just waiting for good company. Last week, the good company came in the form of a beautiful garland and a Liberty coloring book.