When we were kids, our Grandma would always cook us the best Shepherd’s Pie. It is legendary in our family! She lives back home in England and when I was on the phone with her recently, I got her special recipe. It’s … Continue reading
Here is my delicious and only slightly naughty recipe for vegetable lasagna. Ingredients: Olive Oil spray Half an onion Three cloves of garlic, minced A whole bell pepper – I used yellow, but any colour will do! Two small crowns … Continue reading
I have been making my own tshirt yarn for a few months now and it really is the ultimate upcycling. And it is really easy too! What you’ll need: A plain old tshirt (the bigger the better!). Preferably with no … Continue reading
I have had a whole bunch of requests for my dream catcher pattern, so here goes! What you will need: An embroidery hoop. (I have used a 5 inch and a 7 inch before – just depends how big you … Continue reading
As promised here is the easy peasy pattern for a beautiful rose! What you will need: A small ball of yarn. An appropriate sized hook for your yarn. I used a 4.25mm. Scissors. Yarn needle. 1. Chain 32. Put … Continue reading
I am probably the luckiest pug momma in the world.
When I posted pictures of my heart coasters on my Instagram – I had a bunch of requests for the pattern! Being the people pleaser that I am, I thought this should be my first crochet pattern on the blog. Plus … Continue reading
This is what I come home to every day. Meet my family! My husband Bobby with our pugs. Bobby Junior on the left and Queenie Crumpet on the right.
Let’s get down to business!
My raison d’être is to persuade you crochet can be cool, pugs are the greatest animals on the planet and baking can (sometimes) be skinny.
In the coming weeks I will show you how to crochet an adorable heart coaster (look at the photo for a sneak peek), how to crochet a beautiful rose and give you my secret skinny lasagne recipe. Yum.
I’d love to hear your comments and feedback, so follow along and let me know how you like it!