Buy My Patterns on Payhip

From this month, all my favourite crochet and knitting designs are available to buy as ad free pdfs on the Payhip platform. This is the simplest and most straightforward way to buy my patterns and you’ll find a great selection of designs for adults and children. Every pattern is priced at £2.00 until Christmas, so if you’re looking for some gift inspiration, this is the … Continue reading Buy My Patterns on Payhip

Free Pattern – But Not for Much Longer

This week’s Friday Free Pattern is a day early because I’m busy packing for a much needed holiday! This is your last chance to pick this knitted cowl pattern up for free. When I get back it’s going up for sale on my Love Crafts profile. You can find the blog post with all the instructions by clicking here. Get it while you can knitters … Continue reading Free Pattern – But Not for Much Longer

On Sabbatical

Due to the continued ill health of my husband I am no longer undertaking design commissions, book or product reviews. Comments, emails and enquiries related to Granny Cool Crochet or my books will be answered as and when I can. Please accept my apologies for delayed responses to enquiries. I hope you will all understand my priority at this time has to be my family. … Continue reading On Sabbatical

Why Blocking Matters

Well I’m back – with many apologies and few excuses! We finally moved house in December and I’m slowly unpacking, getting used to my new surroundings and writing exceptionally long “to do” lists! High on the list for some time has been “get back on the blog”, but it always seems to fall below “get out and meet people” or “explore the footpath by the … Continue reading Why Blocking Matters

Review – Weekend Makes: Stash Knitting

This week I have a new knitting book recommendation for you. Written by Emma Osmond, this is a fresh, modern take on the perennial stash knitting theme (and let’s face it, most knitters and crocheters have a sizeable stash of yarn bought for projects we never completed or simply loved too much to leave on the shelf). The projects are mostly simple, knitted in beautiful … Continue reading Review – Weekend Makes: Stash Knitting