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
I discovered blogging in fact when I was looking for crochet-inspiration after having moved to Mauritius (this is when I stopped knitting because it is too hot here for woolen jumpers and co). I have found loads and loads of crafty French blogs, one more beautiful then the other. Before launching my own blog, I… Read More
Those of you who follow my Instagram account might be aware that I am quite a fan of crocheting fruit. It all began when I started crocheting pretend food for my kid… You might remember the various posts here, here, here, and here. One day, I thought, why can’t I choose other colours for the… Read More
Big news today: Eleonore and Maurice now has a shop! You can find some of my hand-crafted crochet items and (soon!) some original Eleonore and Maurice patterns. To access the shop, please click here (you can also directly access from the website menu, there is a new category “Shop”).
What to do when you fall in love with a Liberty of London fabric (in this case the fabulous “Betsy Tea” with vibrant hues of coral, fuchsia and mustard)???