Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Booties
This is my original design for baby uggs inspired by my daggy old ugg slippers. These took me a while to perfect, and I prefer to make them in pure Australian wool with a mohair mix cuff.
Crochet: Bookmark
The pattern set includes a pattern for a Northern Territory Crocodile motif, a Turtle Hatchling, and additional instructions to make a Turtle soap holder or sachet. The instructions are written for both US and Australian/British crochet.
Crochet: Bookmark
The pattern set includes a pattern for a Northern Territory Crocodile motif, a Turtle Hatchling, and additional instructions to make a Turtle soap holder or sachet. The instructions are written for both US and Australian/British crochet.
Crochet: Toy Food
This is the full collection of Beaut Fruit which Includes crochet patterns pears, oranges, lemons, apples and bananas.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Bilbies not Bunnies! This is an original Bilby and Bush Basket pattern designed to raise awareness of the plight of the Australian Bilby. Australia does not need any more rabbits!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Did you know the budgie is actually an Australian Native bird and is the most popular pet bird in the world? In the wild they live amongst the grassy plains and open scrubland of inland Australia and gather in large flocks.
Crochet: Coffee / Tea Pot
This pattern set includes instructions for how to make your tea pot a Polo Neck cosy and a Pom Pom Beanie cosy in 2 sizes. These fit a 2 cup or 6 cup pot. Instructions are also provided in adjusting the size for larger or smaller pot sizes. Patterns are emailed to you in PDF form.
Crochet: Afghan block
This pattern gives crochet instructions to make a Stegosaurus square with a number of edge variations. Instructions are provided in Australian/English and American terms. There are 2 square sizes (small and large), and the exact size will depend on your yarn and tension.
Crochet: Animal Toy
This pattern set includes full instructions for making a crocheted wallaby joey worked in 8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn using a 4mm hook. These little guys measure approximately 7inches/17cm. Instructions are also given for a boomerang for them to play with. What else would a joey keep in their pouch?
Crochet: Brooch
This flower can be pinned to clothing or accessories, especially on Anzac day or Remembrance Day.
Crochet: Afghan block
Meet the Bonnet Babies. This is number 7 in my rugalugs series.
Crochet: Food Cozy
Wine bottle bags, in festive colours are sure to make you feel happy! Particularly with a good red inside he bottle. These are just the thing to jazz up your Christmas table or personalise a gift.
Crochet: Toy Food
I designed this bun to be whipped up quickly, and something that even beginner’s could have fun with. It uses the continuous spiral technique. The clever bit ( in my humble opinion) is that I popped some cloves in with the stuffing and it smells wonderful! You could also pop some in the outside as it is a sweet little pomander. These are a...
Crochet: Containers
I decided away with the pastel pretty stuff, and to come up with something a bit more earthy. So I have created a few Rustic Bush Baskets. They also make good dolly baskets.
Crochet: Doll
This is one of those ridiculous things I did for someone who was after a crochet troll. I placed the belly button up a bit too high, and the bikini is ridiculously Australian. Just had to call her Sheila!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
The wrap is constructed by joining (as you go) a pretty motif which I found in an old crochet stitch library. The wrap pictured is made of 18 squares (3 x 6) and I added little metal charms at each end. I found these at the craft shop; however make sure that the holes are large enough for your yarn to thread through. My wrap was made of some ang...
Crochet: Animal Toy
If you are new to crochet this is a quick little pattern to practice your skills. Good training if you plan to do some serious amigurumi.