My Doctor Who Ood egg cozy pattern is up! Little Ood is the first mod I did for my Cthulhu egg cozy pattern. Every Doctor Who fan will love to find this little guy in their Easter baskets! (^_^) If you made one the next ones will be a piece of cake! This little fellow is a one evening project. Or if you are a fast crocheter who is not be distracted that easily you might get all three done in one evening.
Good things come to those who wait. The Cthulhu egg cozy pattern is finally online a few Easter late. (^_^) And as they are so quickly made and fun I’ve already created two mods of it. Due to the high amount of photos I decided to give Zoidberg and little Ood its own pattern page instead of putting them all together on one page. Both patterns will be available until the end of next week by the latest!
I’m a bit set on hold caused by illness, meh. That’s why I haven’t crochet anything yet I could show you. But if you can not do what you love to do, nothing can stop you to think about it anyway! I thought about some new pattern projects for the future and instantly fell in love with one idea that I had to catch in a rough sketch as it grow on my mind.
It’s supposed to be a Totoro (Amazon link) themed shawlette or triangle scarf. What do you think about it? Would you like to have a pattern for this? ^_^
I’m already thinking about some suitable yarn for this project. Something soft and not too heavy. Maybe in fairalpaka DK or their new fairwool Baby Merino Superwash DK? Probably too heavy though but their Sport weight yarn is sold out until July, meh. Maybe I will find another suitable yarn on JaWolle or LoveKnitting instead. Awww, I would love to start right away! ♡
My nephew is named Erik and the first thing on my mind is always »Erik, the Viking«. So I simply had to crochet a Viking helmet for him one day. This Christmas has been a good reason to do so. The pattern is lovely as Mamachee is writing great instructions. It’s quickly done and a lot of fun. Hubby wants a Viking helmet, too so I’m looking forward to do another Viking helmet hat in late October.
Pattern source: Lael Viking Helmet by Mamachee
This has been a pattern test on ravelry I did for Alexandra Trubicyna in September. I decided to make it look like the cheshire cat from »Alice in Wonderland«. I love this modern fairy tale since my early childhood days. It was my first pattern test by the way and I really enjoyed it and it all worked out great!
Pattern source: Rainbow Cat Pillow by Alexandra Trubicyna
- Woll Butt Lisa in Lila (Purple), Rose (Pink), Weiß (White), Schwarz (Black) and Hellgrün (Light Green)
- 1 pillow in size 40 x 40 cm
- 4 wooden paw buttons in pink
My mom send me a hank of gorgeous hand-dyed Atelier Zitron yarn among some other birthday gifts. It was my first skein winded up using a Nostespinne. I put the adorable shawlette pattern on my queue on ravelry some while ago and I took the chance to use this fingering weight yarn for it. Maybe the waves would have been more noticeable using a softer colored yarn but I love the result anyway!
Pattern source: Lazy Waves Shawlette by Dedri Uys
- Freche Wolloase Sockenwolle 4-fädig Atelier Zitron in »Die tanzende Aurora«
The pattern by Lion Brand Yarn is named »Felted Penny the Panda« and is therefore calling for some pure wool yarn such as Schachenmayr Merino Extrafine (Amazon link). Otherwise you can’t felt it. As I didn’t found any black and white wool skeins in my stash I couldn’t felt my Penny Panda. But it’s cute anyway so I don’t mind.
Pattern source: Felted Penny the Panda by Lion Brand Yarn
- Woll Butt Lisa in Schwarz (Black) and Weiß (White)
- 1 pair of 10 mm safety eyes (Amazon link)
- Fibre fill (Amazon link)