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• Crocheted scarf

crocheted-scarf-white

Last Wednesday I finished this scarf. It’s my first crochet project that I can wear, and I love it :-) After I almost finished the first half, I found it looked a bit strange not quite like the picture in the book. I studied the diagram a bit better and then understood what I did […]

20 Comments June 11th, 2010


• Fabric basket and buttons

fabric-basket-and-buttons

This fabric basket is a prototype I created last Sunday. If you want to make a fabric basket using these same fabrics, you can buy a¬†fat quarter bundle in my shop. Of course you can use the fat quarters for any other project you fancy… ;-) (p.s. I ship worldwide, if you are interested you […]

5 Comments June 9th, 2010


• Crochet edgings

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I’m very honored that I have been asked to corporate with a craft book that will hit the stores coming fall. One of the things I have been asked for, is creating crocheted edgings for a quest and a larger towel. I have been trying out some versions that I found in my books and […]

4 Comments May 22nd, 2010


• Crocheted egg cozy – tutorial

crocheted-egg-cozy-tutorial

I had a picture in my head of a cute egg cozy. I searched the internet for an example, but couldn’t find it. So I had to take the plunge and try myself from scratch. Here you can see the result, and I will share the pattern I made. Have fun and keep your eggs […]

9 Comments March 27th, 2010


• Tadaa! Big reveal of the granny square blanket

granny-square-blanket-finished

A week ago the moment was there, I finally decided on the border and the edging and I have finished my first crocheted blanket. I’m so happy and proud I made it to the end. When I started I decided that the blanket would get a size of 10 rows and 8 columns, I finished […]

27 Comments March 17th, 2010


• Crochet cushion covers

crochet-cushion-covers

I’m so proud that I actually finished a crochet cushion cover. The cushion cover top left, I made with the help of the instructions by Yvonne of Yvestown. The cushion cover is a present for my mom, but I have to make one for myself too, because I miss him already… The cover for the […]

19 Comments February 14th, 2010


• Red, White crochet

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1. Untitled, 2. Untitled, 3. Shabby Chic Afghan in Progress, 4. Strawberry cupcakes, 5. Granny Along: The road to No-where., 6. Blanket-WIP, 7. Untitled, 8. WIP, 9. Red, White & Blue Pincushion – Front, 10. IMG_3550, 11. √Ągghattar!, 12. Christmas birdies!, 13. ten crochet stars, 14. red crocheted vase, 15. Reese Bitty Blossom Hair Clips, […]

4 Comments December 19th, 2009


• Greetings from Texel

Handwerken-Texel

Vacation is the perfect time for me for ‘slow’ crafting, like cross stitching and crocheting. Those babushka dolls are from the ‘Made in France’ cross stitch and embroidery book. In the book they used white embroidery fabric, but I wanted to try unbleached linen for a more ‘rough’ look. Those granny squares are a new […]

3 Comments September 12th, 2009


• Duo project with my dad

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Those stools are not an original design. I saw them on internet at Wood&Wool Stool and asked my dad if we could make those for our hallway… He made the stools and I did the crocheting and thrifting of the wood. I found the wood in a container in our street where they were rebuilding […]

6 Comments August 6th, 2009


• Happy crocheting

crochet-on-a-boat

One of the good things of having a crochet project at hands, is that it is so portable. You can take and work on it everywhere, even on your fathers boat :-) By the way, today I reached the half way point of the blanket, yoehoe!

10 Comments July 16th, 2009

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