Catching up!!

A quick apology, I’ve not been well, Georgia has been doing her exams and work is very very busy….I must try harder….so, here’s a quick link to a pattern on Etsy for you….


I’m currently running behind on the Seaside Blanket from Coastal Crochet but will catch up!  I’m also beading, using up all of the beads I have and giving you the opportunity to purchase the beads I won’t be using….so, click here Pink Cobwebs or go to the tab up above there somewhere….

Off to work now!!!


Spanish Dancer Shawl – Crochet Pattern

Another pattern to go on my pile…..

It's all in a Nutshell

My Spanish Dancer Shawl is now available. This shawl is large enough to make it possible to wear in many different ways, and has a fabulous drape due to the beaded edge. The lace version of the shawl is perfect for warm summer evenings, whereas the thicker double knit version is well suited for winter wearing.


Materials for DK Version

Scheepjes Our Tribe is available from Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU)Wool Warehouse (UK/Int), Knotty House (CA) or your favorite Scheepjes stockist.

Materials for Lace Version

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A year in the life of my Yarn Bomb…

I love this!!

Coastal Crochet

It’s International Yarn Bombing Day (yes there is such a day!) tomorrow on 11th June…

Which means it’s been a year since I yarn bombed a railing leading down to our local beach! I wrote about it in a blog post here- My-yarn-bomb

Yarnbomb 1

And amazingly it’s still there!!!! Yes, it’s faded and looking pretty weathered (it’s endured a year of everything the sea can throw at it!) but it’s still there and looking pretty, which was its original aim. This photo was taken last weekend – exactly a year to the day since I put it there…


I never imagined when I put it up that it would last a month, let alone a year! Acrylic yarn is definitely the way to go. And I thought it might get removed by people but it hasn’t. The faded and weathered colours means it looks right at home there… Every time…

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Announcement: Stitch Story CAL video tutorials


It's all in a Nutshell

Happily I can announce to you a brand new CAL that I will be making video tutorials for, Stitch Story designed by Heather Gibbs from Keep Calm and Crochet on UK.  During the 13 weeks of the crochet along we will be making a blanket consisting of 15cm (6in) and 30cm (12in) row-based, textured squares and if all goes well we will be finished before Christmas.

Resources & Materials

About Stitch Story CAL

During this CAL we will be making 12 row-based textured squares, one design each week. You can choose to make only 15cm (6″) squares or only 30cm (12″) or…

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Sea Shells Clutch Bag…

Love it!!

Coastal Crochet


This little project has been slowly growing on my hook for a while… now it’s finished and I’m so pleased with the end result – my ‘Sea Shells Clutch Bag’!  🙂

Here are the links to my Ravelry and Etsy stores where you can purchase the pattern for a small price. It’s a simple design but I’ve included a lot of step by step photos with the pattern too.


And yes, that’s a little piece of sea glass that I’ve used as a fastener!! 🙂
I’m so excited about finally having been able to use a piece of sea glass as a bead with my crochet!


I absolutely loved using the yarn from Miss Moffat Yarns

They were a joy to work with and the colours inspired by the seaside are just perfect!

And to keep with the coastal colours and the coastal shell stitches, I used a coastal…

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