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COFFEE, CROCHET & CACTI

Knitting a new project! If you're wondering about the cacti you can make yours here!
I have been working on a chunky ripple blanket lately! I love these colors together!
 Experimenting with some lacy stitches! I love crochet swatches!
 This project is one one of my recent favorites! Pink & turquoise arrows!
 Arranging my granny squares for my blanket!  A wip left far too behind!
 Working on a new spring cowl design!
Some days I love crocheting in bed!

I definitely am working on far too many projects again! Haha! I am planning on releasing two new patterns for the shop really soon! 

I would also like to thank you all for the constant support you're showing through your emails or comments! I couldn't be moire thankful on this matter; it really keeps me motivated and fills me with strength to go on!

I am wishing you all have a great Easter weekend!
Enjoy the rest of your day!

All photos via Instagram!

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  1. Ooh a new cowl design. Can't wait

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    1. Thanks Michelle! Will be posting more photos soon!

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  2. Ooh a new cowl design. Can't wait

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  3. I'm also making a hexagon granny square blanket, just like yours (5th photo from top), colourful, with the last round in white. But I'm not stressing to get it done. It's done when it's done, that's what I say :)

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    1. Haha! I guess you're right there!

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  4. There's no such thing as too many projects - and they all look gorgeous! Crochet (or knitting) in bed is the way to go 😄

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    1. Thanks Carrie! I definitely agree with you!:)

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  5. I always work on more than just one project! There is no such thing as too many projects when it comes to yarn-related projects!

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    1. Well, this is true! I rest my case!:)

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  6. love these photos and those cacti you made!

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  7. What lovely projects, such a lovely array of colours. I love the cacti, it's so unusual. I have been crocheting some food items for my little girls to play with, but as a non-expert I am still making lots of mistakes. (at least my two year old doesn't notice).

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    1. I love crocheting food items!
      Don't worry the more you practice the better you'll get! It just needs time and patience!:)

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  8. So glad to have found your blog, I've been looking for a good knitting one for quite a while! I'm also convinced I'll get round to learning crochet at some point too ;)
    All of your projects are looking lovely!

    theeverydaylifeofrachel.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you so much Rachel! Glad to have you around!:)

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