Bernard signed up for Coursera. Now I have to prepare everything for his studies, print out articles etc. He keeps me busy! Oh I wish he concentrated on some other hobby (not requiring me to be his assistant). Wise cat. Too wise. By the way, have you noticed Bernard’s new scarf? It’s silk. Advertisements
Bernard was nudging me for the whole weekend, but I couldn’t finish his “casual” scarf. So he decided to take everything into his own hands (can’t tell you what he muttered while doing this). After a steep learning curve he mastered the basics of knitting.
Meet Bernard. He is a wise cat who loves scarves and wears them in style. His youth was full of adventures, hence the colour. Bernard is proudly pear-shaped. He thinks this shape subtly conveys the intellectual nature of his pastime. To tell you the truth, Bernard said these photos of him were done poorly. Actually […]
I crocheted these three quite a while ago. They stick together somehow.
Don’t you like large crochet hooks? They make wonders in minutes. Turns out they also help me procrastinate from knitting! Today I was bored by my learn-to-knit mosaic pattern. So I took some rope and a 10mm crochet hook. A couple of TED-talks after (amazing project!) I was holding a sturdy crocheted basket. It’s big […]
I saw this nice post with edible angry birds and decided to photograph mine. Not really edible, but still angry. Or maybe just lonely? Didn’t make the whole crowd. I crocheted them several weeks ago when my son was obsessed with the game.
Green frog on a green leaf? Yeah, mimicry as it is. Our tiny Mr Frog doesn’t sleep in winter. Though he’s obviously dreaming of summer days.
Okay, I forgot again to convey the size visually. Maybe next time. Or with the next mouse. I made more than one trying to write the pattern (failed, all the mice turned out to be slightly different). Well, at least I remembered to try a different background.