Lately I’ve become a crochet food kind of girl. This crochet food idea is my absolute favourite and it’s actually a whole lots of fun! It’s even more fun than cooking real food, although the fact that I can’t eat them in reality reduces the amount of fun just a little bit. Haha. I still find it a bit tricky to make 3D crochet. I tell you, stuffing and sewing those donuts turned out to be very very challenging. I definitely need more practice and more patience. But seriously, how cute are they?
The idea of making crocheted fruits and foods as Abigail’s toys for play-pretend has hit me hard recently. It sounds very tempting (and ambitious, ha!) but I’m still not sure I can commit to this project (I have this granny squares blanket project, too, for this year, remember?). But we’ll see. Fingers crossed I can accomplish it.
I’m that kind of person who gets bored very easily with routines. I’m the master of starting something and leaving it unfinished in the middle of nowhere, which probably answers why previous granny squares blanket project is never finished. Haha. It gets worse because later I didn’t feel like the colours. And this is not something I’m very proud of, honestly. This year I want to be more patient and learn more about endurance and persistence. I want something simple but quite big, so I’m making just another granny squares project. So pictures above show a teeny tiny part of my 2015 project. Hopefully I can make one blanket out of those yarns. And fingers crossed this project will teach me something about those values mentioned above. We’ll see how far this will go. So, wish me luck!
Anyway, I’m using Drops Safran yarns in strong yellow, denim blue, orange, peach, lime and off white. All from Wool Warehouse.
I’ve just finished Abigail’s fox purse a few days ago. And why fox? Because I’m a little too obsessed with this animal lately. Pinterest makes it look so cute. Haha. It’s still too long for Abigail, I haven’t adjusted the strap yet. Initially I made this purse to keep her itsy bitsy stuff when she’s out and about. I wanted to teach her having responsibility for her belongings. And just my luck… Abigail isn’t interested in wearing the purse more than 2 minutes just yet. However, the other day I found a few of her favourite stuff inside this purse (sticker, crayons and board book) which I suspected she put them there by herself. It’s just the cutest. So that’s okay, we can wait until she’s bigger.
Anyway, I love how this purse turns out. Probably my favourite crochet creation so far.
Last Christmas I got this book as a gift from my husband. I’ve been wanting this book since awhile ago and happy to get my hand on it. It’s my first crochet book and I love this book very very much. Being a happy kid that I was, I quickly opened it even before Christmas day and tried one of the patterns. I decided to make a make up pouch for myself, to keep some itsy bitsy of my daily essentials so I’ll have them neat in my bag (I usually just threw them in my bag which often ended up in lipsticks missing the caps, or powder all over my bag). This make up bag is not very special but I’m happy that I can crochet something for myself and actually use it!