Louise Harper

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Crochet: Toy Food
The humble milk bottle needs to become a superhero! Milkmen and women across the country are continuing their job of delivering milk to the nation, we might be in lockdown thanks to that nasty virus friend, but that just means more cups of tea! I made this little guy to leave out for our lovely milkman to remind him that not all heroes wear cap...
Crochet: Picture Frame
Crochet: Throw
I have included written instructions for both corner to corner and for single crochet too, but as the image is a graph you could make it in any sort of stitch you like! You could even knit or cross-stitch it if you wanted to!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I love the winter and when I think of winter I think of the little robins that visit our garden, so I decided to make a hat inspired by these cheerful little fellows! And what better way than to put a robin on a hat!
Crochet: Throw
Stephen the Stag is a super jolly fellow, his favourite time of the year is when all the Christmas lights go out on the houses and he can prance around feeling happy!
Crochet: Throw
Meet Hero the Hedgehog. Hero loves to go bumbling along looking for slugs and snails to gobble up (but not puppy dog tails, those taste a bit too furry!). His prickly exterior is not a match for his warm friendly personality, he loves nothing more than to make a new best friend!
Crochet: Hanging Ornament
I have been making so many of these cute little turtle doves that I thought I would share the pattern I made!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This cute little bear hat will make the owner positively Roarsome!
Crochet: Scarf
This lovely textured scarf is perfect for keeping you warm on autumnal walks!
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This is Bernadette the Badger, she runs a scout group and enjoys eating s’mores by the fire. She has endless patience for little cubs and beavers who are homesick and is incredibly skilled at preparing breakfast for 30 on a tiny gas stove!
Crochet: Chart
This pattern pack contains only the graphs needed to make 12 different dogs, all of whom are individual in their own little ways!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Harrison the Hedgehog is a prickly little fellow, but he just wants to be loved!! He measures around 2” long from nose tip to his spiky little bottom
Crochet: Pillow / Cushion, Baby Blanket
Welcome to part 7 of the British Wildlife CAL. Meet Drake the Duck. He is very protective of his wife – Daphne (you can find a pattern for her at the end of the document). He likes to follow here wherever she goes to keep her safe!
Crochet: Pillow / Cushion
Part six of the British Wildlife CAL is here! I am pleased to introduce Olivia – a serene little barn owl who likes nothing more than to sit up in her library and read her favourite books! She is a keen historian and can trace here complete family history back to the middle ages.
Crochet: Throw
Fenton the fox is an energetic fellow! when finished the blanket will measure approximately 120cm by 120cm. You will also receive instructions on how to join squares as you go - but this blanket can be made in any graphing method - corner to corner, Tunisian, block stitch etc. Fenton is number 5 out of 12 patterns coming over 2018 so keep an ey...
Crochet: Animal Toy
10% of the proceeds from all sales of this pattern will be going to the RNLI to help fund the upkeep of their lifeboats :)
Crochet: Pillow / Cushion
Simone the Squirrel is best friends with Henric the Hare - a good job too as together they make up my cushion!! Simone loves running along in the trees above Henric as he hops through the forest on the way to the allotment.
Crochet: Pillow / Cushion
Henric is the sort of fellow who likes eating liquorice all sorts and sitting on the park bench watching the cricket. He has an allotment where he grows leeks and carrots and he enjoys hiding in his allotment shed with a thermos of tea.
Crochet: Throw
Percival is a friendly puffin - when finished the blanket will measure approximately 125cm by 125cm. You will also receive instructions on how to join squares as you go - but this blanket can be made in any graphing method - corner to corner, Tunisian, block stitch etc. There will be 11 more patterns coming over 2018 so keep an eye out!!
Crochet: Animal Toy
These cute little fishies end up being about 2” long and 1” tall. They are ready and waiting for you to make a whole school of them to swim around your room!
Crochet: Softies - Other
Learn how to make this cute little snow cloud plushie. This listing of for a digital download of a PDF photo tutorial teaching you exactly how to crochet this little fella using the amigurumi crochet technique!
Crochet: Scarf
I decided I would like a scarf that looked like DNA so I made one! it has been quite popular on my tumblr blog so I have written up a pattern along with a picture tutorial for you all!