We’re at the end of another year. And time has gone by so quickly this year. Full time job, crocheting, a couple of Etsy stores and of course a personal live do that to you, I guess. It’s been a year full of emotions, excitement, frustration, happiness and lots of other things. But in general I’ve been very, very busy. With this in mind I want to focus my efforts next year a little bit on relaxation. Or actually, being more happy with myself and develop myself. I’ve made a start this year by putting the things that I love first, by going on a diet, by subscribing to workshops and courses and to not take all bad things that happen out on me, but there’s still a lot of work to be done! Well, let’s just say I’m a WIP too ;)
I’m not really one to stick to my good intentions, or make them at all. I’d rather do things the moment I’ve decided I want to, instead of waiting for a symbolical date. However in the past months I’ve been thinking about new plans for my blog. I don’t want to spoil too much, but next week I have to do a big and scary update and hopefully everything will go smoothly and you’ll be able to see the results of a lot of hard work!
Anyway, wat I wanted to share with you today is a compilation of the free patterns I released in 2015. I’ve made a lot of projects and it brings me great joy to see them all together like this!
This work of labour brings me so much joy! I still use a couple of the stitches I learned in this blanket in other projects!
I use this baby everyday! The bobble stitch I used here is great for protection as it gives your sleeve this extra ‘fluff’.
This mug cozy was made in celebration of Valentine’s day. What’s better to say ‘I love you’ then a mug cozy to keep your lover’s hands warm?
Do I need to say more? Inspired by a spicy palette, this blanket is a great autumn project. But you can easily turn the colours around and make your own version!
No animals were harmed for this pattern ;)
The cross stitch mug cozy incorporates both cross stitch and crochet in an easy and fun project!
A quick and funny pattern that you can use to brighten up your easter breakfast. This pattern really works up in no-time, it took me less than one hour to make one of these!
You don’t need a reason to incorporate neon in your life, but these baskets can be used as a great excuse! Everybody needs storage space, after all!
And what about some colour in your kitchen? These double potholders are simple to make from cotton yarn.
Well, I wish you all the best for 2016! Let it be your most creative and happy year yet!