I wasn’t planning on making a recap. But then they popped up everywhere and I couldn’t resist having a look at my own projects. I figured I didn’t have much to recap on, considering I had a busy internship at the start of the year and immediately thereafter I started working my first job. But all in all there are stil a lot of projects documented here. And it’s nice to see them all together.
in January I had lots to talk about but not a lot that was crochet related. I did however post the tutorial for the Dutch skies potholders!
in February I started a couple of things, but finished only one! It was my Catherine cowl. Have you ever tried the Catherine wheel stitch? It’s a wonderful stitch really!
And in March I made a matching pair of wristies!
Yeah, didn’t get around to finishing stuff in April. Showed you guys a lot of WIPs though! In May I finished the ‘only 3 shades of grey’ blanket. A commission that was a bit out of my comfort zone (as it was pretty much all grey and white) but was lots of fun to make!
Much more in my comfort zone was the reveal of my sampler blanket! I’ve learned so much from making this blanket, Samplers are a great way of learning new stitches and trying stuff out, I can highly recommend making one! I can’t believe though it has been finished for more than half a year and I still haven’t managed to create a cohesive pattern. I’m going to work on that very soon, promised!
In June the KNITTED (yeah, you’re reading it right) blanket was finished. Well technically it wasn’t me but my grandma (read the story here). I still use that blanket every day and the yarn really holds up great!
I finished the Primrose blanket in the middle of July. All the photo’s were taken on a family meeting. That was such a fun day, seeing everybody gathered in one place and talking and laughing all day long.
And I posted the tutorial for the Herringbone phone covers! One of the all time favorite patterns, according to the blog statistics. Can’t be wrong, as it is a very quick and easy pattern to make. I still use mine quite often!
Then August came and went and I was way to busy to celebrate the end of my internship to be bothered with lots of crochet. In September however I did manage to finish my Retro ripple blanket.
In October I finished the Vintage Sweet shawl, which has been snatched by my grandma who immediately fell in love with the colours:
And then suddenly the time went by twice as fast and it was December already. I did manage to get two patterns up and running though. First there was the Reindeer mug cozy!
And to top it all off there was the Rainbow Holly garland!
Holy moley, that’s a big bunch of patterns in hindsight. And there’s so much more to come! I haven’t finished all the things I want to, some WIPs were supposed to be done like half a year ago but recently I just got my act together and finally finshed them. So in the coming months you can expect new patterns. So much crochet goodness yet to come! But for now I hope you all have a safe and wonderfull evening!