Hello.......... On Sunday afternoon the rain was lashing down and the wind was starting to blow a hoolie as storm Angus barrelled through our little corner of the world.
So it was the perfect time to settle down under a blanket with yarn, hook and a cuppa and get my Hygge on
and what could be more perfect than this little Bower bird kit for that, it came with a issue of Simply Crochet magazine, probably around this time last year. The kit contained everything you needed to make the birdie, other than a hook.
The pattern is one of Lucy's from over at Attic24 and you can find the tutorial for this make here if you'd like to make one too.
In no time at all I was making my birdie
Which is another make to go on the craft clubs handmade tree in the local library.
Now the kit came with a written pattern and at first I was following along well, but for the trickier bits of making the bird I hopped over to Attic 24 and used the photo tutorial which is great, for pattern phobics like me.
Then it was birdie assembly time, I got a bit carried away at this point and forgot to take any pics. Opps any road.......... (just imagine lots of sewing and stuffing going on.)
I did add a little decoration to my bird using you guessed it some sparkle yarn.
I added some to the wings too instead of the buttons that came in the kit.
One Scandi style Christmas birdie
Who is spending some time hanging out with the twinkle lights until it's time to go to the library and nest in the Christmas tree.
This week I've also hooked up this red sparkly bauble for the tree, with hopefully more to come energy permitting.
A huge thank you to Lucy for sharing her wonderful patterns she really is a crochet star.