Well hellooooo! Wow, these summer months are flying by and I don’t know about you but I seem to have been very BUSY the last few weeks! Mostly with nice things, like going camping and visiting friends and family, but still, it all goes by so fast.
Crochet is one of my best forms of relaxing and unwinding, so whenever I’m dashing about I like to take my favourite hook and a small bag of scrap yarns with me and make some pleasing little things. This summer I’ve been loving these gorgeous Macaroon pincusions by Lilla Björn crochet. Named ‘cos they look like little cakeys, good enough to eat (but no calories)! They’re made using overlay crochet, which I think gives them an intricate, almost tapestry-like appearance. However this pattern & tutorial are brilliantly easy to follow – it’s actually much simpler than it looks! In fact as soon as I’d gotten the hang of it, I adapted it to make a mini-drawstring bag using the same technique. Yummy or what?!So yummy that I made a bunch on a recent weekend with friends and then gave them all away, so I only have a couple left to show you…!I’m back home for a few weeks now, apart from a day-trip jolly to the Birmingham Festival of Quilts this weekend (and yes I am FIZZING with anticipation!) with a couple of my lovely craftsy pals. I’ve got lots of making to do, and some exciting news to share with you about an upcoming event: more on this VERY SOON….Meanwhile, wishing you all a delightfully sweet week 🙂