Lucias Fig Tree

Lifestyle, Patterns, Stories

Cosmic, amigurumi and other stories…

Hello everyone, Here I am with a new blog entry to keep you all updated on my …never-end stack of Works in progress!!.. So where to start…my obsession with amigurumi is still in full swing… I got a couple of new books one of which is SUPER CUTE! it is all about bugs and butterflies.What fascinated me is that  Lydia Tresselt, the designer behind LalyLala, is so skilled that made even a fly looking cute! I attempted a butterfly, is not finished yet, the pattern is  ...

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Lifestyle, Patterns, Stories

I AM BACK !!!!!!

I am BACK!!! I know it has been ages… I have been so busy trying to finish several projects which I  had committed to it and I  was so frustrated because I couldn’t share any of the work I was doing… but now my last project is live  I am BACK  !!!!!! It has been an amazing few months! I have been working flat out on several things.. I should also say  I did take on board a bit too much and at times I was slightly overwhelmed by the all things but now that all the blankets  ...

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Lifestyle, Patterns, Recipies, Stories

The “art” of blanket planning…a beginner’s journey

I am still thinking if I am going to have a theme or what I am planning for 2018… I have few deadlines I need to honour but after that, I am a free -bird and I can do whatever I fancy. So in the midst of creating something new and exciting I am also putting together a program for classes for beginners and more advanced crocheters, because one of the highlights of last year was teaching, I discovered that  I LOVE TEACHING! I like the excitement to meet new people, I like the energy and  ...

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Patterns, Recipies

Annabelle’s blanket colours and few more stories….

my plan to write a blog entry last weekend didn’t really work…due to a flu epidemic that left most of us floored for a few days. I am on the mend now so I thought I could catch up with this. Firstly I would like to say a BIG THANK YOU for all the lovely comments on the colours choice! I  thought Caro’s pattern was really lovely and unusual and it worked really well with the bright colours  I used.   Here is the link to the original pattern just in case you missed it  ...

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