Tag Archives: How-to

Hyponotising crochet hand movements

Speeding up my crochet technique I’ve been crocheting for about 12 years now. Until recently, I had a really ham – fisted technique. I would hold the hook in my fist like a toothbrush, which led to a split second … Continue reading

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Microfashion versions of festival favourites

A recent shag jacket commission, made for a toddler. Microfashion at it’s most sustainable! Part 1 of a three-part post on how I have gone about creating this piece. Continue reading

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A new crocheted parasol project

How to repurpose an old but structurally sound umbrella that needs a new cover. Crochet to the rescue! Continue reading

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Rugging in Portugal

Making rag rugs on the road again Another day, another rag rug, or so the saying goes! Just another quick, small project on the road to replace an older green-and-yellow rug that has seen better days. The rug needs to … Continue reading

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