In a spin week 10 plus 200 blocks 16 and 18

Sorry week 10 is so late, week 11 was released yesterday, things are just getting on top of me this week.

So here it is week 10’s block:


And here is the link for week 10’s block 🙂



And I have done 2 of the 200 blocks this week:

Block 16 – Waterlily


And block 18 – Traditional granny:


I have also made a few plain granny squares to go with this latest batch of 200 blocks, ready to ship off to Wollies for tassie, which I will hopefully be getting in the mail on Tuesday.

Now I had best be going and starting this weeks In a spin block!


200 blocks blocks 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15

Ok I have been bust busy this week!

First off, here are the next 5 blocks for the 200 blocks CAL. These ones are off to Woolies for Tassie, with more to come.

Block 11 – Baby blocks:


Block 12 – Fine lines:


Block 13 – Circle in a square:


Block 14 – Alhambra:


And block 15 – Corner square:


I am also working on squares for a blanket for the broadmedow palliative care unit, and squares for a blanket for the hamlin fistula hospital in ethiopia, and today am working on this weeks in a spin block!

I also have had some friends ask for some baby beanies and headbands, I think they will have to wait until next week!

Happy crafting! 🙂

WIP wednesday

Well today started out fantastically when I woke up to a package from the true blood swap I was in! I have some yummy yummy organic cotton and bamboo fingering weight, some sugar and cream, which I have been dying to try out and lots of other little goodies!

The True blood KAL/CAL started this week, so I have begun crocheting a ripple bag:


Also I am working on some flowers for my nan for christmas.

And I am working on another pattern, I wont tell you what it is, but I will tell you that it includes this cute little guy:


Wip Wednesday

This week I am mostly working on a new free pattern which I hope to get up this Friday.

Other than that I have been working on a leaving home present for my little sis, an 8 pointed blanket in St Kilda colours.


Also my swap partner got her package today, so I can show pics of what I made her.


A crovontuli shawl, pattern can be found here:

And a cup corset, pattern out of my head.


Wip wednesday

This week I am working one some super secret Items for a swap on ravelry. I am also crocheting purple squares for the charity event “paint the town purple” for Horsham hospitals oncology unit, and squares for lapghans for Broadmeadows Palliative care center.


Oh and playing with my new ball winder that arrived this morning. SO much easier than winding by hand, I am loving it!