Free crochet applique patterns for International Day of Women and Girls in STEM (and racism in the yarn community)

In this post, I have some science and female related applique patterns to share in honour of the International Day of Women and Girls in STEM. The under-representation of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) is something that is very close to my heart as a women who works in science. Did you... Continue Reading →

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Myra Crochet Square 2

In October I posted photos of 3 different squares on my Instagram and Facebook and asked people to vote for which design they liked the best. Number 1 and 3 were equally popular, so I shared their patterns earlier (Myra Crochet Square 1¬†and Myra Crochet Square 3). In this post I wanted to share the... Continue Reading →

Myra Crochet Square 3

I recently posted photos of 3 different squares on my Instagram and Facebook and asked people to vote for which design they liked the best. Two were equally popular, so I will share them both. This is the third option.   version 1 is available here you can add this pattern to your Ravelry queue... Continue Reading →

Myra Crochet Square 1

I recently posted photos of 3 different squares on my Instagram and Facebook and asked people to vote for which design they liked the best. Two were equally popular, so I will share them both. This is the first option. I made my square using¬†2 strands of 4 ply cotton as I had heaps and... Continue Reading →

7 Months of Blogging

So, it's been 7 months since I started this blog and I thought I'd do a post on what I've learnt in that time. I thought this might be interesting to others who are considering starting their own blog and those who might be wondering: What does it cost in $$ and time to to... Continue Reading →

Frankston Market Bag – UK pattern

This pattern was inspired by the French Market Bag Pattern by Alexandra Tavel, and since I'm a proud Frankston resident I thought why not call it the Frankston Market Bag. My pattern is worked all in one piece without the need for cutting and rejoining. I've also added a simple fan motif to break up... Continue Reading →

Frankston Market Bag

This pattern was inspired by the French Market Bag Pattern by Alexandra Tavel, and since I'm a proud Frankston resident I thought why not call it the Frankston Market Bag. My pattern is worked all in one piece without the need for cutting and rejoining. I've also added a simple fan motif to break up... Continue Reading →

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