Here we go! You can find the pattern at these links! Hatchalot Blog – Samba Vest CAL Part 1 Hatchalot Blog – Samba Vest CAL Part 2 Hatchalot Blog -Samba Vest CAL Part 3 Ravelry – Samba Vest CAL Spring has sprung and we’re excited to share our latest CAL, the Samba Vest. The… Read More Samba Vest CAL
You Are My Sunshine Part 6 -English You Are My Sunshine Part 6 – Hebrew You Are My Sunshine Part 6 – Swedish You Are My Sunshine Part 6 – Danish You Are My Sunshine Part 6 – Dutch You Are My Sunshine Part 5 – English You Are My Sunshine Part 5 – Swedish… Read More You are my Sunshine, my only Sunshine!
As we continue with our flower celebration, this month we introduce the daisy, from the aster family, and part of the sunflower family. It was classified as Compositae in 1792 by a German botanist. This flower is considered the 5th most popular flower in the world. It is widespread and can be found on any… Read More Celebrating the Flower – Daisy
May 30 Part 4 has been added to the Ravelry page. If you have already downloaded the previous parts you should have recieved notification that part 4 is in your Ravelry Library, If you have not joined this CAL yet, this is your last chance to get the pattern for free. Go… Read More Layover Shawl
There’s the bear hug, the air kiss hug, the passionate “I love you” hug, and the “so great to see you” hug…there’s the “good job” hug, the “I’m sorry” hug and the “get well soon”. So many hugs for so many circumstances! Of all the different types of hugs, I think my favorite is the… Read More The Hug
Pattern available now! Nautilus Sandals Ravelry Pattern Link Put the winter boots away, schedule a pedi and get your toes ready for the Nautilus Barefoot Sandals CAL! Summer will be here before you know it and you’re going to want to have these adorable sandals in your swim wear wardrobe! These darling sandals were designed… Read More Nautilus Barefoot Sandals
May 2, 2018 And now for the fourth and final part of this gorgeous shawl. Its so amazing to see and feel how rich in texture this has become. How many will you be making? I know I won’t be stopping at the two I am working on. Follow the link in last week’s posting… Read More Emely Shawl