Baby Cthulhu Crochet Plushie.

I have finally done it. I have designed a cute amigurumi. It is a baby Cthulhu.

It is currently in testing. I am looking forward to releasing this pattern into the wild. πŸ˜‚ .

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Favourite Book with Tatting Reference.

I have been reading books by Tamora Pierce since I was 12. One of her books referenced tatting. I am currently rereading said book. It is First Test. It is a children’s/young adult novel that is based in a fictional world. It is about a girls journey towards becoming a knight.

I just had to put my tatted lace with the reference about it. Lol. 🀣

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Mary Konier’s Patchwork as a magic square.

I have finished making Mary Konier’s Patchwork as a magic square. This is a beautiful pattern and I love how it turned out.

Pic 1: 3/4 of the way done. 😍

Pics 2-4. The finished square.

This was (for me) an easy project but you do need to be aware of which shuttle needs to be used at certain points. I found this pattern as a chart (pictogram) on Pinterest.

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Tatting a lot…

I am doing a lot of tatting at the moment. And it helped that I got a new set of shuttles.

The shuttles are commemorative of a Tatting event this year. It is for Let’s tat a Brussels monument in pink for women’s rights 2018.

I tatted two 3cm x 3cm squares for this event. Unfortunately I was quite busy and wasn’t able to tat more.

Pic 1 Tatted Squares with my new shuttles.

I am liking tatted lace squares at the moment. I am half way through a square right now. It is Mary Konier’s Patchwork as a magic square. I am loving this pattern so much.

Pic 2 1/4 of the way to a square.

Pic 3 1/2 way to a square.

I am loving lace so much right now and I love the fact that I can make it.

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Crochet Mini Totoro and Mini Donut

I have been on a amigurumi blitz. So I have made a Mini Totoro and a mini donut for it to sit on. I am loving this mini thing atm.

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TIAS 2018 Day 1-6.

I am running a bit behind with Jane Eborall’s TIAS for 2018. To join along go to Jane Eborall Blog: TIAS

I have now caught up. So TIAS is an acronym for Tat It And See. Jane Eborall posts one of these every year. Basically it is a mystery tat a long that you get a small bit of the pattern to complete each day, so it is easier to complete.

Pic 1: Day 1-5 complete

Pic 2: Day 6 complete

My guess for what I am tatting is an Alpaca or llama. I am looking forward to seeing more of the pattern.

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Rotation Pendant take 2.

I have made a second Rotation pendant. I made it last night for my Twin Sister for our birthday. She loves the colours green and purple. The Thread that I used was a variegated Lizbeth Thread.

(Pic 1. Part way there)

(Pic 2. Finished)

My sister loved it. So that is a bonus. Lol.

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