This blog has been my diary from maker to crochet designer from 2010 to 2017, in recent years my posts had become less assiduous. First Facebook, then Instagram, had sucked all the “online time”.
You may wonder what has changed now? I changed 4 flats in two different countries, 3 tax administrations and stashed lots of yarn, but my blog was always here waiting for me while I felt guilty for having abandoned it… all of you.
I think the time to try again has come. I’m planning to alternate the blog-diary where I share new crochet and amigurumi projects with informative posts to answer questions and curiosities about crochet stitches and techniques. (If someone out there is reading this post (yay!) and has a question, this is the right time! Leave a comment or write me an email)
Sum up these almost-two-years in a single post is an impossible mission, but I’d like to share a few steps that were important to me and a free pattern that could be tempting to someone.
Pedro the donkey was undoubtedly the most beloved and pampered amigurumi of last year.
An incredible surprise was to win the most important Amigurumi contest thanks to Little Peryton. That crochet pattern has also been selected for the book “Unicorns, Dragons and More Fantasy Amigurumi“. It was magical! Uhm … spoiler … Little Peryton will be available as single PDF pattern very very soon.
The biggest adventure comes from the collaboration with the British designer Irene Strange. We debuted with the Mystery CAL Amigurumi Advent 2018 and we are ready to start the second MCAL, the Amigurumi Egg Hunt, on the first day of April! *
I hope this post will help to stretch my fingers because I’d like to write more and more posts on this new blog. Better if I run to write a list of the next posts, see you soon!
But first, here is the free pattern that I made with the beautiful DHG Dyeing House Gallery yarn. The amigurumi bear can be made in any color and it will be fun to match the scarf (monochrome or striped) with two pompoms!