Knitted a beanie for my Japanese guest, Yuko!

Knitted a beanie for my Japanese guest, Yuko!

Knitted a beanie with flower for my Japanese guest Yuko.

Knitted a beanie with flower for my Japanese guest Yuko.

Close up of back panel

Close up of back panel

Close up of quilt panel

Close up of quilt panel

I made this baby quilt with a dear friend for one of my beautiful colleagues who was having a baby. He is a massive Star Wars fan. This pattern was super easy and we thought if the baby was a girl then the background would be pink or red, but the starwars panels would remain regardless. This quilt was super easy to construct and looks amazing for a single edition baby quilt!

I made this baby quilt with a dear friend for one of my beautiful colleagues who was having a baby. He is a massive Star Wars fan. This pattern was super easy and we thought if the baby was a girl then the background would be pink or red, but the starwars panels would remain regardless. This quilt was super easy to construct and looks amazing for a single edition baby quilt!

Latest headband/ear warmer for my girlfriend. This time I added a button in the middle of the flower. I also found these gorgeous ladybirds in my button stash that I added as though they were investigating the flower! Too cute! Used a simple 6 stitch cable for the knitting pattern.

Latest headband/ear warmer for my girlfriend. This time I added a button in the middle of the flower. I also found these gorgeous ladybirds in my button stash that I added as though they were investigating the flower! Too cute! Used a simple 6 stitch cable for the knitting pattern.

El natural and Big red

El natural and Big red

El natural

El natural

Made the crafty owls I found on Pinterest. Enjoyed making these today. Toilet roll, bright paint, sharpie, a glue gun and tie.

Made the crafty owls I found on Pinterest. Enjoyed making these today. Toilet roll, bright paint, sharpie, a glue gun and tie.

Made this blue headband for my beautiful naturopath. She has blue eyes so I thought this would suit her well. For the flower I intertwined 3 different blues which caused quite an affect and enlarged the flower significantly. I'm on the hunt for brooch pins so I can make flowers.

Made this blue headband for my beautiful naturopath. She has blue eyes so I thought this would suit her well. For the flower I intertwined 3 different blues which caused quite an affect and enlarged the flower significantly. I'm on the hunt for brooch pins so I can make flowers.


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Used an old (actually not sure what it was) to make a photo board.

Used an old (actually not sure what it was) to make a photo board.

Reusing a rake head to display and organise my necklaces!

Reusing a rake head to display and organise my necklaces!

Love the colour of this beanie for Cooper. So easy to knit. 2 days and it was done.

Love the colour of this beanie for Cooper. So easy to knit. 2 days and it was done.

Pegs and wire! Instant display!

Pegs and wire! Instant display!

Knitted this beanie for Coops in 2 days.

Knitted this beanie for Coops in 2 days.

Has taken me about 4 months to knit these socks! I was knitting them for Tim, but it seems they were meant for me! I think I will need bigger needles for Tim.

Has taken me about 4 months to knit these socks! I was knitting them for Tim, but it seems they were meant for me! I think I will need bigger needles for Tim.

I like to reuse materials to organise and display my collections.

I like to reuse materials to organise and display my collections.

Close up of quilt panel

Close up of quilt panel

Knitted this headband with 2 crochet flowers to embellish it. I'm teaching myself how to cable knit and using the measurements of the start of a woman's beanie. I'm not happy with the edges as it's wavy. If cabling it's better to stick with 4.00mm needles as the tension tightens throughout the cabling process. Ensure a k2 p2 row before starting might help avoid the rippling.

Knitted this headband with 2 crochet flowers to embellish it. I'm teaching myself how to cable knit and using the measurements of the start of a woman's beanie. I'm not happy with the edges as it's wavy. If cabling it's better to stick with 4.00mm needles as the tension tightens throughout the cabling process. Ensure a k2 p2 row before starting might help avoid the rippling.

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