I am proudly presenting quite possibly one of my most favourite patterns I have designed . Inspired by my love of the coral reef. I love the diversity of colours and shapes. I am always mesmerized by coral reef.
I took these two pictures when I visited Busch Garden's Aquarium in Tampa last year. I think my interpretation has come out quite similar
Each brooch is finished with a sparkly centre. I am a bit of a magpie I collect broken jewellery , one side of an earring, the beads from bracelets .I have then in a tin. I love the idea of making something new from something old. You can use buttons, a circle of fabric looks great. The beauty of my pattern is that can be adapted to what you have at hand.
"In this month's issue of Inside Crochet we have some truly fabulous projects for you, perfect for sunny days. Amongst the 23 patterns you'll find colourful filet garments, cute characters that little ones will love and sweet accessories such as Deborah Stuart's Neapolitan Beret.
If that wasn't enough, learn a new stitch with Vicki Brown's ripple shawl, join Claire as she explores three ways with lace motifs, or think ahead to picnics and enjoy some vintage fun from Emma Escott, crocheting handmade food covers and a beautiful summer cushion "
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I am an avid reader and love Small things blog.Ginny hosts a yarn along I though one once I would actually add a post. I am reading
This is a wonderful story about the close bond between a young girl uncle, the noted artist. He's the only person that June feels she can share her secrets with, and reveal her true self to. When Finn passes away, June finds herself adrift, wondering how her life can possibly go on without Finn being a part of it. Then June meets Finn's partner Toby, who has never been mentioned to June before, and a new friendship is slowly formed which will alter the way she views herself and her late uncle. They are both lonely, struggling to cope with life without Finn, united in the immense loss and grief they share.
Joining in with GINNY and friends for Yarn Along