Mandala Rug made in overlay crochet. Worked in extra thick yarns (at least requiring 7mm crochet hook) to give both bulk and cushiness. Fairly large – measuring 77cm in diameter.
Zentangle Footstool – Transforming a discarded footstool into a new, happy pouffe!
These small collection of felt doorstops were my first set of doorstops. It was also when I first became enthralled with making quirky, funky doorstops.
This is Podge. He (some say ‘she’) is an Amigurumi Crochet Doorstop.
Here they are, the quirky decor dolls. They think they are The quirk of the quirk. They think they are hip. They think you think there are 3 of them. They don’t think so.
This is the quirky Terri-Cin, a deliciously happy, quirky mix media cushion.
I snorted. Silently. Internally. (But still with gratitude). A crochet gift. How daggy. But I learnt my lesson. We loved it so much, I have now made my own version: Handee hand towel. Came into being last night.
Upgrading the humble hand soap dispenser. A mini post for a quickie project.
Have been meaning to make a handmade toilet roll holder for some time. So I made one last night. Of course, with me, it is always an “experiment” and lord only knows when I will get round to making the next “improved” version. But this will do for now .. especially with visitors coming by in the next few days 🙂
He now has a name: Loopy Loo (name bestowed by Natalie Fletcher-Jones (from the fabulous clay artist at Peruzi)