Do you know the shawl In the Shade of Leaves, designed by EclatDuSoleil?
It’s an asymmetric triangle with an elegant, yet simple stitch pattern, and clever shaping.
The finishing touch is a border with small leaves that I find both beautiful and whimsical.
The shawl in the photo was worked in a wool yarn, but for spring and summer, I’d suggest making this shawl in Whirlette, a cotton blend.
Whirlette is slightly more lightweight than the original wool, so you might choose to go down a hook size.
This yarn has excellent yardage, 2 balls are enough to make In the Shade of Leaves!
Until 5th May 2021 (Wednesday), I have a special offer for you: when buying the pattern for In the Shade of Leaves at the same time as 2 balls of Whirlette, the pattern is free!
To take advantage of this offer, simply put the pattern In the Shade of Leaves and 2 balls of Whirlette in your cart – no code needed, the price for the pattern will be deducted before checkout.
Please note that this offer is valid only until midnight 5th May 2021 (CEST), as long as stocks last.
The jumbo crochet hooks from Tulip are now available in three sizes: 10 mm, 12 mm and 15 mm.
They are lightweight with an ergonomic grip – for your chunky yarns or for working several strands together!
A beautiful, warm orange contrasts against shades of sand and an almost mineral blueish grey…
It’s the latest colourway in multicoloured organic cotton: desert flower.
What do you see in this yarn cake? The sun? Tropical fruit? I think we can all agree that this new Whirl colourway, 554 Tangerine Tambourine, is absolutely luscious!
When making the samples for my Rhombique pattern, I used my own organic cotton in solid and multicolour. It would be a shame not to also offer you kits!
To celebrate the launch of Rhombique, I have a special time-limited offer for you: until 17 March 2021 only, when you purchase the Rhombique pattern and a Rhombique kit at the same time, the pattern is yours for free!
To take advantage of this offer, simply put the Rhombique pattern and the Rhombique kit of your choice in your cart – the price of the pattern will automatically be deducted from your total before payment.
Please note that this is a special offer, valid only until 17 March 2021 and within the limits of available stock.
To line my bags, I used the beautiful fabrics from l’Éléphant Zebré.
I’m happy and proud to introduce Rhombique, my brand new pattern for drawstring bags in mosaic crochet! Use this wonderful technique to draw diamonds with your hook!
The pattern is written for two sizes. The smaller bag is approximately 18 cm/7″ across and 34 cm/13.5″ tall. The larger bag is approximately 24 cm/9.5″ across and 45 cm/17.75″ tall.
If you are new to mosaic crochet, the pattern includes several links to detailed tutorials to help you understand the technique. Since this is one-row mosaic crochet, I have included two charts: a “universal” one and an “adapted” one, where the latter indicates exactly where to place your dc’s.
New stock of mohair and silk in the shop, and a new colour, too: tempest, a dark, nuanced grey.
I’m very happy to introduce my new design: the shawl Circaetus!
This pattern was inspired by a series of tutorials on the work in one loop only, published this spring in my newsletter. Circaetus is worked almost entirely in the front loop only.
Not only does this add a lovely, subtle texture, but it also makes for a very light and drapey fabric.
Warmth and cozyness are provided by the yarn chosen, Balayage, in baby alpaca and merino.
Head over to the shop to find out more about Circaetus!
Time flies, and things change… I’m offering a 50% discount on five crochet patterns before retiring them from the shop.
There are no problems with these patterns, but I feel that these designs and the pattern layouts belong to the past.
My way of writing patterns, drawing charts and taking pictures has evolved.
It is time for these designs to bow out, but before that, I want to offer them at half price for a limited time.
Until the 4th October you will find them at the discounted price in the shop by following this link.