I’m very excited to tell you that my Seahorses have gone on a little adventure and are now enjoying a life on the Sussex coast.
They have gone to join Eleonora’s yarn bomb and you can read about them in her latest blog post: Update From My Hooks, which has some fabulous photos of them in situ.
The post is a thoroughly good read with so many interesting crochet links and projects.
Eleonora has also kindly put a link to my Seahourse pattern, which you can buy on Ravelry.
You can also follow Eleonora on Instagram and Facebook.
I’m so happy that Eleonora will be coming to Dorset next year AND that she is happy to run a workshop. Once we have the details sorted out I will let you know.
A Coastal Crochet meets Friends of Attic24 Gathering.
Well the body of the Dorset Hedgerow (Attic 24’s Moorland Cal) Blanket is anyway – and all those pesky ends are sewn in.
It has been a joy to make, enhanced by joining a delightful dedicated Moorland Cal Facebook group – what a wonderfully supportive group of fabulous women from all over the world. Crochet could save the world!
Now I have just the edge to do.
Should I do the edge in pinks and greens
Any ideas? What would you choose?
I’d really appreciate your thoughts.
Joining in with Ginny’s Yarn Along.
Ginny asks us to share a book we are reading. Last weekend I was staying with my son and his family in London and he was reading ‘Black Box Thinking’ – he was so enthusiastic about it, I started reading it myself……. in between making yet more seahorses, which were just the right size to take on the train
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Eleonora over at Coastal Crochet has created a cute Ammonite Pattern.
Of course, I couldn’t just make one. Once I had the pattern in my head I started making bigger and smaller ones.
I thought they might combine well with my seahorses, or make some beachy greetings cards.
Ideas are swimming around …..
Thank you Eleonora for the inspiration.
Linking in with Ginny’s Yarn Along
Ginny suggests we add a book to the post. I haven’t got a book on the go but whilst I am crocheting I’m also watching/listening to a DVD: River Cottage: Edible Seashore
Yes, I’ve been eating seaweed – yum!
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