When I saw the popular Smitten pattern by ByHaafner on Pinterest, I knew I had to attempt it. I love the vintage look of the pattern. The design features a floral motif using popcorn stitches and double crochet stitches. Pattern
Amigurumis are such cute things to make, and I find myself not making enough of them. I have experimented with several patterns – a little pig, a reindeer and a bunny. I found a ‘connection’ with the bunny from Amigurumi
Another cushion cover! I have been seeing this beautiful rosette pattern quite a bit on Instagram, but I could not find any written instructions in English online. After much searching, I found a video tutorial on a blog for this pattern.
This is the third installment of my crocheting journey with the vintage popcorn stitch cushion cover. I made one in a citrus colored cotton yarn this time. The first two are in vanilla and taupe. The cushion inserts in the
After pondering about it for some time, I finally went out and bought a Brothers sewing machine. It has been nearly 20 years since I touched a sewing machine in school during Home Economics class. Although the very helpful sales assistant at
I fell in love with this cute Angie Bunny amigurumi designed by CrochetObjet. She also designed a wardrobe – sweater, pajamas, ski boots, shoes, a dress – for the bunny. Every time I see a new photo posted by her
I have been seeing this lovely popcorn stitch pattern around a lot on Pinterest, and I finally found the pattern online. The final product has a 3-dimensional, vintage look that gives off a whimsical feel to the cushion cover. Also, I
I came across this crochet pattern on a blog called Little Monkeys Crochet and decided to give it a try. The pattern is easy to follow and produces a beautiful floral crochet. And before I know it, I had made more
I completed this puff popcorn stitch (I don’t know why I keep referring to this particular stitch as the puff stitch!) floral granny square cushion cover after struggling with it for a couple of months. I cannot seem to stick to
I love the vibrant colors of this cushion cover. Chose the colors based on what was available in my yarn stash.
My second cushion cover. It is much smaller that the first one because I ran out of patience to crochet more granny squares needed for a bigger-sized cushion cover. I have always liked the African flower pattern and have been
Didn’t get around to posting a photo of my first hand-made crochet cushion cover. I was thinking about autumn when I first conceived the idea of crocheting a cushion cover. I don’t think this has a autumn-y feel but I am
Note: NeedleStory does not seem to be at Edae. I couldn’t see the store at this address when I last visited in 2017. Sadly, I have been neglecting my blog of late. After taking a short break in Seoul at