Showing posts from October, 2013

Granule Stitch-Sara Duggan {Guest Post}

Today is a very special day. My bloggy friend Sara Duggan is guest posting. Sara will be giving us a great tutorial and here it is...Take it away Sara!

Crocheting a Business Blog Tour - August 1 - November 7, 2013
Crocheting is by far my favorite craft. Learning new 'to me' stitches is so fun so when I found this one I knew it was perfect for Jei's readers. This stitch is called the Granule stitch and is simple to learn. You will need to know how to make a chain and a single crochet. Knowing how the picot stitch works will help as well. (U.S. terms)
Granule Stitch (multiple of 4 + 2ch)Picot sc - insert hook in next sc and pull up a loop, (YO and draw through 1 loop on hook) 3 times, YO and draw through both loops on hook Supplies: Any yarn, I used Lion Brand Cottonease with an 'I' crochet hook, stitch marker ch 22 Row 1: sc in each chain across Row 2: (Right side) ch1, sc in first sc, *work picot sc in next st, sc in next sc; repeat from * across. Mark with a st…

Crochet Head Forms-Free Pattern

Hi Everybody! I am here to share you a continuation of my preemie crochet head form. This one is a 3-6 mos, size head form. This is requested by one of my Facebook Follower. I think the preemie head form needs some company ;)

This Head form is for babies 3-6 months old. It is 7.5 inches tall with circumference of 16 inches. You can download this pattern on Ravelry.

I hope you visit my Ravelry add my crochet head form on your project and library.

You can download now this free pattern. I will add more in the future. I hope you like my free head form ;)

Bunny Plushie

Bunny Rabbit Plushie
When I was a little girl my imagination is like an ocean. As I get older the imagination tank is getting drained. So I meditated and tried to make an amigurumi pattern but I felt that I need something different. So I tried to make hand sewn plushie. As you can see the word hand sewn is in bold letters.. Because I can't sew! I am a messy sewer even a child sews better than me!

With the determination to learn how to make a back stitch and a ladder stitch, I called my magical gurus named Youtube and Pinterest... I found out how to make a back stitch and ladder stitch in just a few minutes!

I want to try something different to share to you my avid readers. I still have some unfinished crochet project that still a lot of work to do. I am back on track and hoping no more road block ahead. To all my new followers thank you for the follow ;)