Beaded Owl necklace, the Karlyn Owl, came about thanks to my sister, Christina Gillett. While on holidays, she snuck an owl of an idea into my head: she asked me for some owl jewellery.
A chart of bootie sizes is a handy thing to have if you are into making booties for babies. Obviously! As with much of the measurements of things, there does not seem to be a concrete, universally agreed upon sizing. So I will just go with this below.
Blogging on this blog has been lagging. Badly. Sadly. Again.
It just seems that the making of things happen faster than the blogging can (ever) catch up. And I have decided to not worry about it anymore. In fact, I have decided on more than that: viz to do less (blogging).
Green Ninja gloves is woolen, toasty warm and has an outdoor sporty feel.
“Snow Swirls Earrings”: This pair of earrings captures Timelessness in the brilliance that only Swarovski and Sterling Silver can offer.
Freshwater Pearl and Vintage Mother of Pearl Buttons Baby Winter Boots – what better coziness for one’s first winter?
This is a whole troop of baby shoes, newly available. Detailed photos of each as per below.
Pearly Pink Charm – Baby Shoes (CH0385A)
The pristine precision of luxury Swarovski crystals and pearls is a perfect partner in the creation of this Art Deco earrings, calling up the electic and jazzy era of sophistication and elegance. Bold clean lines embody the glamour, modernity, and functionality of the true Art Deco fame.
Yesterday I posted about the free Crochet Chart software and pointed you to where you can get it. Since then, I have spent a number of hours playing around with it. And sadly discovered it has a bug. An image bug.
It is great that this newest version has the ability to allow you to insert an image. I do need that for graphing my crochet stitches into colours (for doing beaded crochet). However Crochet Chart has an image bug – where, once inserted, the image becomes “stuck”. You cannot select, move, edit, or even delete it! No good!
But the good news is I have found a workaround. After many hours, let me say. So if you are interested, you can find how to workaround the image bug in Crochet Chart software.
I have been searching for a good crochet chart software for a long while now. I think I have finally found one (named Crochet Chart Software) that will do much of what I need. I have yet to use it fully but I wanted to give a heads up to anyone else who might be looking for just such a needful piece of software. And the best news of all is that it is now free (open-source) – and available for both Windows and Mac users.
It is not the easiest thing to find on the net so if you are looking for a crochet charting software, I have written up “Crochet Charts Software – Where to Get?” for you convenience.
Now I better get on to learning more about how to use the software so I can actually produce the many half-formed crochet projects in my head.