Saturday, 25 July 2015

A Perfect Day

This is not so much whether this day will be a “perfect day” but is much more to try to understand what a simple day means to you. It’s different for each person — for me, it might mean some meditation, some new recipe that I found, new crochet project. Take a minute to visualize what it means to you.

Sunday, 19 July 2015

How did I learn to crochet?

The trick is that I completely accepted that it is fine to try and fail, not to be perfect, to create something and have people judge you. I consider that a positive thing.
Until you try and fail, you’ll never see where your lack of understanding is. The best way to learn something is to study, try, practice, make mistakes, then learn some more.
This pillow was done and undone several times and finally I made it! What is your experience?  

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Gift idea

It doesn’t matter if you achieve the superb result you set out to achieve - what matters is the intention to improve the lives of others by your good-hearted intention! Give a gift of creation. Here is an idea!

Saturday, 11 July 2015

Ups, downs, extremes……

Adds balance to a high-tech, fast-paced, stressful lifestyle by making a simple thinks…

Friday, 10 July 2015

What about you?

Are you one of these crocheters who rarely ever finish their project?  Are you more interested in the process than in creating finished project?
Simply visualizing, working on and then creating a product can make you feel better about yourself, don’t leave your projects behind.


Tuesday, 25 June 2013


1st Round: start with a magic ring and work (1dc, ch1) 12x inside the ring, fasten off (12dc and ch1-spaces)
2nd Round (new color): in every ch1-space work dc3tog [Yarn over, insert hook in next stitch, yarn over and pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops] 3 times, ch3,  fasten off (12 cd3tog and 12 ch3-spaces)
3rd Round (new color): in every ch3-space work 4dc, fasten off (48dc)
4th Round (new color): work dc2tog, ch3 fasten off (24 dc2tog and 24 ch3 spaces)
5th Round (new color): in every ch3-space work 3dc, finish off
6th Round (new color): work dc4tog in first three double crochet (in back loops only) and fourth dc of dc4tog work in the space between two dc groups, ch3 finish off (24 dc4tog, 24 ch3 spaces)
7th Round (new color): work 4hdc into ch3-spaces of the previous round, finish off.
8th Round (new color): work dc2tog, ch3 fasten off (48 dc2tog and 48 ch3 spaces).
9th Round (new color): in every ch3-space work 3dc, finish off
10th Round (same color): work 4ch, sc in every fourth stitch (36 ch4 spaces)
11th Round (same color): work (1hdc, 3dc, 1hdc) in every ch4-space. Finish off, and weave in all the loose ends

Friday, 26 April 2013

Spring time

Light your home up. Fresh salad, fresh fruit, fresh home.
Bright, casual and elegant the placemat and basket will sparkle on your table with its soft, cheerful touch.

Sunday, 17 March 2013


In celebration of my first exhibition of crocheted potholders, I'm running a giveaway! Woohoo!
Deep sea is one of my hand crochet, double layered potholder ideal for use around the kitchen and dining table to protect surfaces from direct heat. When not in use, hang it on your kitchen wall alongside any other potholder you might have.
Size – 15 cm from edge to edge
Material – 100% cotton
Care – suitable for machine wash on a 40 degree cycle.
All you have to do is leave a comment. Be sure to include a link or way of reaching you.
The winner's name will be randomly drawn on March 31st and contacted.

Thursday, 14 March 2013

EXPOSITION / Moda za kuću

Očekujte vrlo originalne fotelje, komode, stolove, lampe i ležajeve. Ponosni smo i na selekciju upotrebne keramike gde možete naći ručno rađene čajnike, šolje, činije, ćaše i mnoge druge korisne predmete. Izložićemo i vrlo korisne a pri tom odlično dizajnirane i kvalitetno izvedene predmete poput štrikanih držača za šerpe i lonce (ja heklala), torbi, mušema, zidnih satova, svećnjaka i izuzetnih daski za seckanje namirnica. Moda za kucu....

Friday, 22 February 2013

Working space

 Practicing some overlay crochet. (find the pattern on K townblog)

Crocheted postcard from 1910.