Who doesn’t love a beautiful mandala that works up quickly and could become a blanket if you kept going?
Mandalas are an excellent way to bust your stash.
I originally started making these slippers for myself, but I didn’t like how the Unicorn Poop from Needle and Fred worked up in crochet. My carer loved them, however, so I decided to finish them as her birthday gift for this year.
An overview of my growing collection of Labby the Angry Cat by Ngoc Vu.
Yet another Grumpy Cat? Don’t mind if I do!
This slipper pattern is pretty quick to work up and makes a lovely gift.
When I bought the Mulled Spice Wine yarn from Mothy and the Squid, I intended it for a cardigan or sweater or something for autumn. Unfortunately, my Seaside Cardigan is taking so long that I don’t want to add another big project right now, so I decided to make myself some autumn slippers instead.
I’ve decided to make a girlfriend for Labby the Second. I guess I’m still in the mood to experiment! I want to try cutting out some of the stockinette rows in his head to see if he looks better a bit more squat.
I’ve been promising Mowbray his own handmade wardrobe for years and I finally feel comfortable enough to try. Here goes!
I don’t usually repeat patterns: once I’ve made a thing once, I consider it “conquered” and it’s now too boring to do again. However, I’m very interested in figuring out if Labby the Angry Cat can be knit in the round instead of worked flat.