and that was January



It’s good to be back after a longer-than-planned break. It’s been a super busy few months and I really needed to switch off from the world for a couple of weeks to recharge my batteries.

Now that I’m fully charged up, it’s time to get back in the swing of things. First up, I thought I’d kick the year off with a monthly review. Here’s what January looked like …

A new pattern is being born. Pattern writing is nearly done and then it’s off to be tested.


There’ll be a couple of variations to choose from with this one

MerryGoRound_1Being watched over by these cute puppy dog eyes whilst I stress out over deadlines for some secret projects.


Oops!  Accidentally started a big project.  A Tunisian ripple blanket just has to happen!


Challenged myself to keep up a year-long project with a temperature blanket. Will do another post on this later.


Finishing this happy blanket (more on this one next month)


And that was January!

I’ll be back soon with more.

Until next time

Michelle x


9 thoughts on “and that was January

  1. Hi , I’m one of your new recipients of your posts I’ve made the carnival cushion it turned out lovely and would dearly love to make the cushion you did in Tunisian crochet in triangles , so I think your Jan was far more productive than mine , I am crochet crazy and look forward to seeing your posts . Regards Linda Q

    Sent from my iPad


  2. Came across your gorgeous pattern for a market bag on my poppet …. Looks like it’s time to buy me a Tunisian crochet hook! Looking forward to to seeing more of your beautiful work and trying out your patterns (the easier ones at). . I’m pretty new to crochet and it’s so so addictive ! Thanks for the patterns and tutorials ….. Very generous of you ! Onto the carnival cushion while I figure out what sort of hook to buy to try out Tunisian crochet. That blanket is just stunning! Cheerio e

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