I grew up with yarn, needles and crochet hooks around me. I remember watching my mom and grandma doing magic with yarn - it was just natural that I would follow their footsteps. A few years ago I ...
I grew up with yarn, needles and crochet hooks around me. I remember watching my mom and grandma doing magic with yarn - it was just natural that I would follow their footsteps. A few years ago I realized this was far more than a hobby - it's a passion for life. So I decided to take it to the next level and share my designs with everyone who is passionate about knitting and crochet.
I like innovation in my knitting and crochet, adding a little twist that makes an everyday item special and unique in some way.
I love lace and cables, I work a lot with cotton and mixed yarns. Yarns with a rich texture inspire me too.
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Cheer up your room with this lovely string of flowers. It is quick and easy to make and you can hang them anywhere: on the lamp, in front of the window or even in your garden. Sport weight cotton will give a lovely result, but you can use practically any leftover piece of yarn for these little flowers.
Make a number of strings and fix them on a rod to create a door curtain or a room divider.
I would love to see photo's of your project with these funny little flowers.