Saturday, September 5, 2009

Christmas Crochet

This darling gang of Owlishly patterns (and a small snail from Ana Paula Rimoli) are Christmas gifts for my nieces and nephews. I usually start crocheting for Christmas in July, so I don't have to rush at the end of the year. Kids get toys, and adults get scarves and ponchos. Of course, if I'm in the mood, adults get toys too :-)

Almost all of the Christmas crocheting is done, which means that now I can turn my attention back to making more Free Spirit dolls.

My next project is two Free Spirits from Edwardian times. The plan is to create a basic dress pattern, then see how many different looks can be created from this. I will share the pattern, then hope for some neat variations from all of you.


  1. if you're generous enough to share that wonderful pattern, I'm sure you'll get some lovely versions!

  2. Hola ,tienes un blog precioso ,te felicito por tus trabajo son maravillosos ,te invito a que visites mi blog ,y me gustaria que intercambiaramos patrones ,espero tu visita , un abrazo....

  3. I would love to make the lovely dinosaur and turtle for my son for christmas if you would be so kind as to post the pattern, please!

  4. The Dinosaur and Turtle patterns are not mine. I purchased them on Etsy from Owlishly Designs. I have her Etsy link in 'Links I Love' on the left hand side of the blog page. They are well worth buying, her patterns are awesome!