Mittens "Wheel of Fortune"

Gidday :-)  Good news for those who asked: the pattern of those mittens is ready.

This photo tutorial explains in details how to crochet those beautiful mittens.

Dozens of pictures and clear instructions make it easy for beginners, as long as you know already how to work the basic stitches such as sc, hdc, dc, tr…

You’ll need: Around 30 gr of 4 different colors in 8ply, hook 4mm.

Plaid Checkered Hat (pattern)

Hello everyone !

If you liked the Plaid Checkers Scarf, you won’t resist the assorted hat. Its thick textured stitch makes it a warm and comfy fabrics, a must for the Winter.

This pattern is great if you want to get rid of your leftovers, and you can combine colors any way you wish.
The pattern has been reviewed and corrected by the ladies of ravelry (free patterns testers group), to whom I say a big thanks !

Not recommended for beginners.

Yarn: DK/8 ply/4mm (the model shown here is made with Cascade Yarn – Cascade 220 Heathers – 100gr/200 meters – 18-20 stitches = 10 cm)

Main Color (MC) : Brown = 100 gr
Contrasting Color 1 (CC1) : Blue = 50 gr
Contrasting Color 2 (CC2) : Green = 50 gr
Contrasting Color 3 (CC3) : Mustart = 50 gr

+ 4 double pointed 4.5mm needles

+ 4 double pointed 5.5mm needles

The pattern is available for sale on my Craftsy Store. Click the picture below, and have fun !

Entrelac Cape (Pattern)

Dear All

I hope you’ll enjoy this Entrelac Cape. Dare the try ! The pattern includes the tutorial for backwards stitching.

You will need:

Yarn: I made it with Aya by Noro , col 25, 50gr = 135m, 9 balls (= 450 gr)

Assorted ribbon: around 100 cm, for the yoke


2 needles 4.5 mm( US: 7) for the set up rows, you can use a circular needle 4.5 mm (US : 7) for the rest of the cape.

Gauge: 5 sts = 1″ on 4.5 mm needles (US : 7)

Finished Measures: 220 cm (bottom) x 64 cm – If you want it smaller, use 4.00 mm needles with related thread.


This pattern will be available or sale on Craftsy.

… Have fun !

Upcycling: Lamp Oils with glass bottles

Hi Everybody,

Would you fancy some new deco ideas for your summer night tables? These lamp oils made from scratch are also a great gift idea.

For the left one, I used a tin can that I painted in red.

Then, I patched a piece of the patterned layer of a tissue and fixed it all with Mod Podge.

I attached a ribbon around the top.

Inside is a beer glass bottle. A long wick goes down the bottle. When time comes, I’ll fill the bottle with half water, half olive oil, and light the candle.

The right one is much more simple. It’s a very old bottle that I found on a boot fair, it doesn’t serve any more work to have character. I just inserted the wick…

I have prepared more tin cans to support lamp oil glass bottles. I hope you like it, come back later or keep an eye on my Facebook page for more pictures and inspiration.