This ballgown is a labour of love that took over 18 months to complete. I wanted a technical challenge, to push the limits of crochet – I am also a huge Frozen fan. I took crochet to the next level by making a complete ballgown, as well as a necklace and cuddly snowman.
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These number blocks are great to use to teach your children. They can throw them to learn numbers or to teach them addition, subtraction, or multiplication.
The waistcoat stitch is one of the most beautiful crochet stitches…if you know how to use it! This stitch can be really tight, really dense, difficult to work and even more difficult to pick a project it works for! The Cactus Cozy seeks to solve all those issues with an adjustable plant pot holder made in stretchy yarn and a simple, beginner friendly (and free) pattern.
This blanket is made using tapestry crochet to create a racetrack. It doubles as both a playmat and a blanket. It can be made in traditional colors or make it using your child’s favorite colors. It will provide your child with hours of fun.
Crocheting this dress had been a marvelous journey for me. I completed the dress way before the beginning of the Movement Control Order (MCO) in my country due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. The MCO gave me the time to spend learning how to edit and assemble the videos recorded of the dress during its making. And that was how I was able to come up with the YouTube video links on how to crochet this exquisite, elegant and fun dress. You can see the tutorial links below.
Sweet rainbow cardigan with 3/4 sleeves and puff stitch yoke