New Published Patterns

Today, the latest issue of Craftseller hits the newsstands and I’m delighted to see my lovely little crochet bowls have made it to the cover!

These little nesting baskets are ideal for just about any use in the house, I have a set in the bedroom for hairclips and bangles, some for yarn and one in the hallway for keys!

Once again the Craftseller team of makers have excelled themselves with some great projects and articles. Don’t forget you can also read my posts on the Craftseller Blog. In coming weeks I’ll be sharing hints and tips for improving your crochet skills, so let me know what you’d like to see featured.

Happy Making x

 

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  1. What an excellent project – well done! My crochet skills are pretty naff but I knit well. MS affects my left side and I think that detracts my learning to coordinate for crochet. With knitting, my action is right-handed so I cope well. That’s my excuse for not trying harder!

    I am really pleased your career is going so well and leaving you with quality home life time too. Well done Tracey.

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  2. These are really fab Tracey…love the pattern on the base. Great to see you in print again! Ali x

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  3. Well done on having anothher pattern published. I still mean to improve my crochet skills, but for the moment my time is taken up with the quilt I am making as a sample for my friend Anne.

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  4. I am sooo loving those bowls. Getting itchy fingers and may need to start on those !

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  5. Tracey

     /  January 16, 2013

    Thanks everyone for the lovely comments, hope to see some fnished bowls soon!!

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