Category: Creations

Sakura Top is the most bought instruction for the last two weeks. Does everyone seem ready for spring?! 🌸

Which version of Sakura top do you like better: white or pink?

Oh, and first photo is one of my most favorite photo of amazing Romana which exactly describes my feelings for Spring 🌱🤓 Thank you so much beautiful and gorgeous girl for such fantastic memories!! 🥰
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Rus 🇷🇺
Судя потому, что инструкция Sakura топика лидирует по продажам за последние пару недель—все готовы к весне?! 🌸🌱 А, кстати какая версия топика вам нравится больше – белая или розовая?

Kristin Sweater | Final Photos

About 45% of the pattern done ✅ But I should take a little pause to work on project for magazine and to meet deadline.

 

 

Have a lovely weekend everyone!! 😘😘😘 ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀

Kristin’s Sweater

… It’s that moment when your 18 years old (not a big fan of handmade) daughter asked for a sweater—something very basic and no pink 💙🤓
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It was the last and most lovely project of 2019, and the first one made with CoBaSi (I posted about this yarn few posts below). Not to mention that I am on half way with a sweater for myself in the same style. I changed some details and mine is going to be in teal color—stay tuned!

Sneak Peak

Sneak peak of one of three projects I work now… any guesses what’s it going to be?

Oh, and all 3 projects are crocheted with the same yarn, my absolute new favorite! More details tomorrow.

Lime Raffia Bag Details

 

Both, turquoise and lime bags bottoms are consist of 3 pieces: two crochet part and plastic insert in between.

It holds shape well, even with 3-5 bottles of water in the bag. But sure, for market bag it can be made with just one bottom-layer.

⁉️What would you prefer: one or 3 layers of bottom?

3 Reasons For Testing Patterns by Myself

3 reasons why I like to test my patterns by myself:

➀ Double check that nothing is missed

➁ One more time enjoy stitch diagrams 😊

➂ I almost always get a new design… well, now you know why my patterns pretty often have 2 or 3 design-options 😉

 

So, let me introduce another version of Raffia bag – Lime Cross Body & Shoulder bag 2 in 1.

So, let me introduce another version of Raffia bag – Lime Cross Body & Shoulder bag 2 in 1.

More details is coming…

Another Sneak Peak

Another sneak peak 🍋 My current Lemon Drop project. Any guesses what it’s going to be?!

Natural Raffia Tote

My very first tote I created for my vacation. Made from natural raffia, I think it’s a great as market or beach tote… or to carry your knit or crochet projects 😉

You know, I am still crazy on polka dots, but these 3D dots are my absolute new favorites!! So, at least one more design will be released soon. Not to mention that “winter” version of 3D is also created. Can’t wait to share!

⁉️ And last, but not least: do you think I should to write a pattern? Or on market are tons of tote patterns already?

Sneak Peak

 

Sneak peek of a couple crochet swatches I made this month. Do you like any?

Two of them are already used in my current projects… One is done and even I took pictures yesterday. Check my next post for details😉

 

Lace Coat Progress

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The result of voting for the style of back panel was about 45% to 55% in favor of a white coat. I also could not choose, so I ended up with the third version, which can be embellished in couple ways for different look. It’s look funny without collar and sleeves but I wanted to give you an idea what it’s look like 😉 What do you think?
For the back panel of turquoise coat – I’ll use it for lace tunic pattern for sure. And now I think think that back panel on white coat makes the coat a bit overloaded with variety of lace patterns 🤔
 
In the other news.
So far:
☑︎ Both coats about 70% done.
☑︎ All 💯+ stitch diagrams are finished.
☑︎ Instructions for sleeves and back inserts are written as well as material list and Special Stitches.
☑︎ Schematic and resizing half done.
 
I am so looking forward to finish the coats and pattern as soon ad possible. But first I should complete and ship secret project for Interweave Crochet Fall 2019 issue 😎
 
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