Today we are introducing the Kate Collection with the Kate wrap. The Kate Collection is something that Sara and I have been working on since December. It uses the same stitch pattern to create a set of accessories that can be worn separately or together. […]
With the mania, stress and exhaustion of preparing for Christmas out of the way, we have the perfect selfish project – Robin’s Poncho – for you. You have worked so hard buying and making gifts for EVERYONE else, so now it’s time to make something […]
Welcome to the first ever “Hooking With” interview! This week, we interviewed Sandra of L’amas de Laine. Our readers requested several questions be asked. Well…you asked, we asked, and she answered! Join us as we introduce to you, Sandra La Madeleine. About Sandra Salut! My […]
I have a great pattern for you this week: Grayson Hanging Basket–which happens to be the easiest and most useful hanging basket pattern I have seen! Let’s face it, we all can use some more organization in our homes but sometimes, coming up with ideas […]
A Christmas collection of patterns wouldn’t be complete without a tree skirt! The Robin’s Christmas Tree Skirt goes perfect with the Robin’s Blanket and Robin’s Stocking patterns and coordinate perfectly for your home. I designed this while my dad was in his final stages of […]
In our Stitch of the Week this week we have the perfect stitch for the colder weather setting in – the floret stitch. Do you recognise the stitch? We have used this stitch in a few of our designs so far (for example, the highland […]
So many designers have so many pretty patterns available for the festive season. We decided that we wanted to do a 12 Days of Christmas Round-up for you guys to showcase some of these fabulous patterns! So we have teamed up with 10 fabulous designers […]
Robin’s Stocking truly is the ONLY stocking pattern you will ever need… From a distance it looks like we use little delicate cables in this pattern … but we don’t! It actually uses the sedge stitch which is worked in rows with single crochets in between. When it is sewn together the rows go up and down. The effect is just perfect for a farmhouse Christmas stocking pattern.