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
Tomorrow, my little e-shop will open its doors (8pm London time, 9pm Paris time). You’ll find some crochet Lily Bunny pillows as well as a variety of crochet fruits: Liberty apples, Liberty pears, and also Pastel apples and pears. To get there, just click on the tab in my blog meny bar or click here.… Read More
I am in the middle of a zillion or so unfinished projects… I started a lovely blanket which will soon deserve its own post, I am finishing a crochet doll to leave for the Big Apple soon, and I am trying to work on some tutorials. Therefore, no finished project to show, just some recent… Read More
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
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.
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?
What is better than colourful crochet projects?
I already posted here about my swap with Cendrine from Fée des Pom’ en Sucre. She is THE sewing queen and sews and smocks the most amazing tunics, dresses and much more. For my part of our swap, she got some crochet goodies for her kids and herself:
… #1: A part of the gifts I prepared for Cendrine for our swap. I presented you the gifts I received from her in this post here.