A few days ago I linked a tutorial to make the kaleidoscope block. So look what nice things can be made. This quilt is Angela’s, whose blog, Fussy Cut, patchwork lovers will love.
Jung Jung is a Japanese girl incredibly skilful. Watch this so delicate vegetables and the perfection crocheting with such a thin thread.
DIY for the weekend: this precious paper flowers garland by Alisa Burke. It’s easy and very nice. You can try with other colors or even make it multicolored.
And to enjoy good weather this is a marvellous activity for children. Put photos or drawings of plants from the area you live on an egg box and the children have to search them. Instructions on I Am Momma-Hear Me Roar.
Had you seen before ethnic African crochet? It really surprised me. This girl from Dallas called PJae Naiima designs fantastic complements. She has a blog, LotusRoots.
Giant Lego pieces? Yes and no. They are radiators. A brilliant idea for children’s room by Scirocco.
ObeyCrochet is doing an amusing campaign to claim for crochet a leading role on the net compared with stitching. Every day they publish a new illustration made by Stephanie Toppin, about the lonely crochet needle.