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Knitting afternoons and updating patterns

Hello lovely people!

I hope you’ve had a great weekend. I sure did! I actually went to a crafter noon at a local yarn store on Saturday (Little Woollie) and it was so much fun and really cool. I got to meet so many lovely ladies and the owner, Julie, spoilt us with chocolate eggs, raspberries and grapes as well as an endless supply of tea! How great? A lot of the ladies were making Julies newest amigurumi, a sweet little rabbit that she designed for a workshop and I met a left handed crocheter for the first time. It was just a really fun time!

On other news, I have been re-writting my pattern for Naiad the nudibranch and so I made a new one to take some more pictures (as the original was gifted to a friend when I first made it a couple of years ago).

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Here it is, in brand new colours! I have seen a few issues with the pattern too so I will update it, add new pictures and upload the new free PDF on my Ravelry store as soon as I’m done 😀

Have you written a pattern before and then realise that there was a better way of laying it out? I’d love to hear your experience with that 🙂



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Nudibranch, take 2

Hello lovely readers! 

A few months back I made an amigurumi nudibranch for one of my friends and I thought that it was time I got one for myself as well. This one is a different kind (it’s meant to be a Glaucus atlanticus, or blue angel) and I just freehanded it. I might add some blue on the tip of the side appendages to make it closer to reality as well. 

I really like how it turned out, even without the extra bits, and now I have my very own sea slug 🙂 

Have a great week 


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