I am working so hard with The Crafty Room that I have no time to take the needles but for the workshops and for the orders. I have so many ideas and projects that seems incredible that other times I wanted to create anything new and nothing came to my mind. It will be because of Murphy’s Law.
For a workshop of Initiation to Patchwork I designed this needle keeper.
For the short rows workshop I have practised with this beautiful aviator cap. The pattern is by Flor and you can download it here for free. I spend a good time with short rows. I have found out that I prefer the patterns that it is necessary to follow; when everything is garter stitch or stockinette stitch I fall asleep.
En realidad me di cuenta haciendo este otro gorro. Me ha costado muchísimo, lo he tenido que repetir unas diez veces: salía muy grande, me equivocaba, la lana era muy gorda,… Pero al fin lo logré, aprendiendo de paso lo importante que es hacer muestras. El patrón lo tenéis gratuito aquí y lo ha creado Mary Craver.
In fact I realized making this other cap. It was hard, I had to repeat it about ten times: or it was too big, or I make a mistake, or the yarn was too thick… But finally I got it, learning also how important to make patterns. You can find the free pattern here and Mary Craver created it.
Este muñeco lo he diseñado para el taller de muñecos. ¿Lindo, verdad?
I designed this doll for the Dolls workshop. Nice, isn’t it?
Y para el taller “Mi familia en punto de cruz” acabo de terminar este bordado: Iván, Maurice, Ana y yo. ¡Me encanta!
En plan casero, he renovado la funda de la alfombra de Maurice que estaba hecha un trapo. Le gustó tanto que no quería quitarse para que la fotografiara. Tuve que echarle.
At home, I have changed Maurice’s mat cover. He liked it so much that he did not want to get out so I could take the photo. I had to push him off.