Having crocheted a pair of baby trainers for a friend I decided to see how popular they would be on my stall at my local market.
Where does the time go to? It may be months since I last posted some photos but it doesn’t mean that I’ve not been busy!
I took advantage of some lovely dry weather that we had a couple of months ago here in the UK and have been busy painting and restyling my table at the markets and fairs.
I am continually knitting or crocheting for either myself, friends or stock for my stall at craft fairs and markets. Here are a few photos of what I’ve made in the last month or so.
These are some infinity scarves and neckties that I had made in time for a local indoor market last weekend.
Over the last few weeks I’ve been busy knitting, crocheting and sewing all sorts for my stall at the fairs and markets that I sell at.
Here are a few photos of what I’ve been making.
Crocheted flowers in a new colour
A shawlette/scarf in a new colour
A couple of linen cushions with a crocheted cotton motif
Here in the UK the weather has been lovely and warm.
I decided to make myself a cool loose cotton top but couldn’t stop at one!
This was the first that I made with a Rowan fabric designed by Kaffe Fassett. I just used purchased bias binding to hem the neck and armholes. I had to put some darts at the back of the neck because I had adapted the pattern from a dress pattern and made this top a wee bit too wide!
This is the second that I made (slightly narrower so no need for any darts!) I decided to make my own bias binding for this one.
I bought the fabric from a quilting shop in the market town that my sister lives in (I stayed with her last week)
The third (yes 3!) one is made from fabric that I could not resist when I saw it at the market that I traded at last weekend!
I decided not only to make my own bias binding for this one but to also add a bit of decoration at the front.
The buttons I already had in my cupboard for part of my “yarny” creations.
Here’s hoping that I get the weather to wear them now😄