The Train Socks are cute, fun to make, and they stay on well on little, kicking legs! They look like they have train tracks on them, but that is not why they’re called train socks. Nor do you have to ride a train in order to wear them. The name refers to a very specific train ride! And it’s a sweet story …
Higgle has made her first ever written pattern and photo tutorial! She decided to share it for free here on the Snovej blog as a way to give thanks for the support and cheers she has received, or in her words; “a little gift to the wonderful friends and online crochet community, that inspire, teach, and make me smile and laugh every single day 🙂 “.
It’s my pleasure to introduce my first guest blogger, Donna Walker.
Donna has made some incredibly fun baskets by crocheting around bulky cords. When she showed a photo of the first one in the Snovej Circle, we went almost nuts! Several members have now tried their hands at this technique and Donna decided to write up a proper tutorial to help us out.
There’s still time to make and mail a crocheted piece for Prudence Mapstone’s 50 Years Of Flower Power project in Australia. The piece needs to be mailed latest on March 8th!
This project is very exciting with crocheter from all over the world sending in contributions. Prudence is writing about every piece, and she’s painstakingly taking gorgeous pictures of them all. See for yourself on her project blog by clicking HERE!
My treasures from Korps. Hand dyed wool, linen thread, wax cakes, knitting spools and a lucet!
Kal surprised me a while back by buying us tickets on a Valentine’s Day cruise from Helsinki to Stockholm. That was not such a surprise though. We have been on many such cruises to both Stockholm and Tallinn. The big surprise was tickets to a craft fair that was held that same weekend in Stockholm …