Greetings, my friends in Internet~Land! I finished up my latest project along with a video overview on the tips and tricks I used to get the look I want. I hope these hints can help as you design your own gorgeous creations!
Hello, hello, Internet~Land. After my last video, I did a little more tweaking to the Shalwar Pants Pattern, as well as added a tank-top, a 3/4 length sleeve top, and a short vest. I wanted this to be a simple set to put together, and have made a video showing the quick and easy way to sew the tops. The pieces in this set are shown below the video link with a link to open the PDF file. Enjoy!
Greetings, Internet~Land! I thought it would be fun to visit a bit as I try my hand at a new pattern design. Come along as I make both progress and mistakes ~ it’s all part of the process!
Hello, Dear Internet~Land! Over time, I’ve had several requests on how I made the SD size chenille sweater. I had seen a couple cute sweaters for people sizes, so decided to try making my own in dolly size. Here is a copy of the pattern I made. I hope it helps give a little direction on how to start. Once you’re used to it, you can alter and tweak to your liking. I will give a quick hint about working with chenille. It is very fluffy, and so can be difficult to see stitches clearly. It can also easily fall apart so there is only bare string remaining if you overwork it. If you’re new to crochet, maybe practice first with a more sturdy (yet light weight) yarn. The FREE PDF is linked below along with pics of the pattern page and a close-up of my finished sweater on my 60cm Angell Studio Hua Rong. Enjoy!