Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Letter of the week: E

Eep!


Pattern: 
Row 1: Ch5, on the third (and fourth) chain dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat second row 4 times.
Row 7: Ch 3, dc on same st, hdc on next, sc. Turn.
Row 8: Ch 1, hdc on previous rows hdc, dc on previous rows dc. Turn.
Row 9: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat 9th row 2 times.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Girly Blanket

I made this Girly blanket for my adorable little niece to nap under and her mumma so she knows we love her too ;)


Links of inspiration (for the doilies):
check out my projects on ravelry

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Letter of the week: L

Love ♥
Long days, early mornings, sunshine, colors, dandelions, light.
I love the spring!
***
Kids keep me occupied till they drop .. sometimes I fall asleep before them, my eyes just closes reading them the 75th fairytale .. then later belly baby gives me a push and I crawl to my own bed :D if she hasn't woken me up by midnight then she surely will after 5am ... but in spring that's already morning so I get up and go for my morning coffee :) (in spring I don't mind these early mornings too much :P It's already light outside and I get to spend some time alone :) )


Pattern: 
Row 1: Ch5, on the third (and fourth) chain dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat second row 4 times.
Row 7: Ch 3, dc on same st, hdc on next, sc. Turn.
Row 8: Ch 1, hdc on previous rows hdc, dc on previous rows dc. Turn.
Row 9: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat 9th row 8 times.
(overall letter L consists of 17 rows)

the only difference from purely longer letter I is the corner (7th and 8th row) so I made few photos of that :P

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Letter of the week: W or M - both! :P

I am way too lazy to make two different patterns for letters that look pretty much the same ... in my opinion W is just upside-down M so here comes two letters for the price of one! :D


Pattern: 
Row 1: Ch5, on the third (and fourth) chain dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat second row 8 times.
Row 11: Ch 3, dc on same st, hdc on next, sc. ch 1 hdc on the side of dc. Htr, tr in the space between dc's. Turn.
Row 12: Ch 1, sc, hdc, dc on previous rows tr. Turn.
Row 13: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat 13th row.
Row 15: Ch 3, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 16: Ch 2, dc2tog on previous rows dc. Dc in the space between dc's. Turn.
Row 17: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat 17th row 3 times.
Row 21: Ch 3, dc on same st, hdc on next, sc. ch 1 hdc on the side of dc. Htr, tr in the space between dc's. Turn.
Row 22: Ch 2, dc2tog, dc on previous rows dc. Turn.
Row 23: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat 23rd row 6 times.
(overall letter W consists of 29 rows)

Monday, May 08, 2017

Letter of the week: H

Ho, Ho, Ho, Hi, Hi, Ha, Ha! :D

Yesterday evening I read my kids the story about letter H (well it was a latvian book and there where a lot of laughs written in a book and next to me in bed) so I decided I should finally write up more letters :D and why not restart this with such a Happy letter H :)


soooooo ...
This is one of those letters that consists of two parts :)

Pattern for the first part (same old letter I):
Row 1: Ch5, on the third (and fourth) chain dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat second row 9 times.
(overall letter I consists of 11 rows)

Pattern for the second part (letter I transforms to H):
Row 1: Ch5, on the third (and fourth) chain dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat second row 3 times.
Row 6: Ch 10. 3 sl st to the previously made I's on the 6th row. 13 dc worked on the chain. Turn.
Row 7: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat 7th row 4 times.
(overall letter H consists of 11+11 rows)