Hello and welcome!

I am Emma and I live in Australia. I love craft, especially crochet (amigurumi are the cutest), and I want to share my projects with you. I’ve also started designing my own patterns and I will be sharing them on this blog, as well as on Ravelry. Let me know your thoughts on my posts, as I’m always looking forward to interact with my readers.





18 responses to “Welcome!

  1. Paardje

    Your creations are adorable 🙂

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  2. Nice!!! I love DIYs & crafts! I’d like it if you commented & followed, I’m starting to learn how to do some crochet (I only know 2 designs hehe)



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  3. I found you through Mrs Craft’s blog and many congratulations on your blogger recognition award x

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  4. longwayfromhomeblog

    Your creations are incredible! ❤


  5. JoAnne Monroe

    I love the LOTR cal you did, and plan on undertaking it myself at the start of the new year! I’m wondering if you plan on making patterns for other fandoms as well..say…HP? 😛 I’m new to your blog but already really enjoy all your content and look forward to going through old posts, & new posts. Thanks for sharing your work.

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  7. Jan

    Emma ~ Just found you! Not sure exactly what route I took to get here, but, I’m following now and looking forward to exploring your site.

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  8. Theresa Scagnelli

    Hello. I am going to make the LOTR cal for my son. Can you give me a guestimate on how much yarn is needed for each square? I know not much is needed for the colors but about how much is needed for the backgrounds. Thank you in advance for your help.

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    • Hi! I normally use around 1 ball of 100g acrylic yarn for each square (you will need between 4 and 5 for the center square) but that’s only if you’re planning on making the graphs with a bobble stitch, which does use a lot of yarn. If you would like to use less yarn, the corner to corner method is a great technique and I reckon you could probably get away with half a ball per square background. I hope this helps! X


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