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Little Conkers

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A Few Things About Me

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  • Short bio
    I work with sustainable yarns and materials, I like thrifty ideas and nature's beautiful designs.
  • Location
    Horsham, West Sussex, England
  • Occupation
    self employed
  • Favorite hook type
    Other
  • Favorite projects
    brand new ideas!
  • Crocheting since...
    a long, long time
  1. For some reason it keeps adding the word "schedule" to the end of my post - it doesn't appear in edit mode, but every time I edit, it adds it again!
  2. Crochet this beautiful 18 inch tree skirt for your twig tree to complete your spring decorations. Inspired by primroses and cherry blossom and the colours of spring. Matching 8 inch mandala included. Click here for more details or to download the Tree Skirt and Mandala Pattern. Little Conkers Schedule
  3. Simple pattern for an EU Flag Click here to go to the free EU Flag crochet pattern. Little Conkers Schedule
  4. Thank you all so much for your kind comments! There's 25% off this first week only on Ravelry and Etsy. Use code LAUNCHES25 on Etsy, or click here to apply the discount straight to your Ravelry basket.
  5. My latest pattern! See full details on Ravelry or Etsy.
  6. My latest pattern! Includes detailed tutorials on the i-cord technique and invisible decreasing. See more details on Ravelry or LoveCrochet.
  7. I have just completed a very detailed post about crocheted i-cords, because I couldn't find exactly the information I needed when I looked online. In particular, the tutorial includes how to finish your i-cord in a tube. Click here to view the full tutorial: How to Crochet an i-Cord
  8. I've just updated my blog with a very detailed post about crochet i-cords! www.littleconkers.co.uk/icord
  9. The latest addition to my pattern range. Designed to be more realistic than many other snail patterns. The shell is beautifully asymmetrical just like in nature and whorls in the correct direction for most real snails. Uses an interesting range of crochet stitches to achieve the ideal shape. Click here for the pattern on Etsy. Click here for the pattern on Ravelry. Click here for the pattern on LoveKnitting.
  10. The latest addition to my range of patterns - a really easy-to-make toddler or baby wash mitt. I hope it finds its way to a new parent somewhere and brings them some joy! Click here for the pattern in Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wash-bear-mitt Click here for the pattern in Etsy: www.etsy.com/uk/listing/219420962
  11. Matching or his/hers bathroom towels, washcloths etc? I think they always make nice wedding and housewarming gifts. https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/105623816/crochet-bathroom-set-washcloth-guest?ref=shop_home_active_11
  12. The latest addition to my range of fruit and vegeatable patterns! I try to make my items as realistic as possible. Click here for the pattern: www.etsy.com/uk/listing/216557383
  13. I'm making a donation to The Royal British Legion (a veterans' support charity) for every sale in October and November. Click here for the pattern: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/192202919
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