There’s nothing like a little bit of bunting to brighten up a garden or decorate a celebration. I went looking for a crochet pattern to make from bunting for our VE day celebrations but all the ones I tried I just couldn’t make it look right. So – in true Tippytupps fashion! – I made my own. Like all my crochet patterns, this is incredibly simple to make, but looks really effective. Here is what you do.
I made a few versons of this crochet baby blanket as new baby gifts for friends over the past 12 months, but I had to hold off sharing the pattern until now in fear of the new mummies would see it. We are now clear though, all blankets have been gifted and I am free to share. Hurrah!
AD | review A little under 2 months ago The Knit Kit Company set me a little challenge to complete a knitting kit. Now if you follow the blog then you will know that I LOVE knitting and adore a knit kit. Being able to create beautiful things for my family and friends gives me the warm and fuzzies. The catch with this particular challenge though was that I needed to bring my husband along for the ride.
I’ve been looking through my old knitting supplies and came across this simple pattern. I have no idea where it came from as I just found it scribbled in an old craft notebook. I could see it was some kind of hat, so I thought I would simply knit it up and see what I got.
This is the cutest little knitting pattern. One that I developed to meet a need for work, but I’ve used it for ourselves a few times now. They make great decorations, little toys or even a little learning aid. This free knitting pattern really is quick and easy to knit and then stitch up. They’re also a wonderful way to use up the odd little bits of yellow, black and white you may have lying around.