Posts Written ByMo Malron

These fern leaves are a tiny little version of my Fern Greenery Pattern – which made inspired by the outstanding fern leaves of the Japanese textile artist Jung Jung. I remember hours by hours staring at her breath taking crochet vegetables and leaves. I designed a few botanical patterns inspired by her: The Chamomile bouquet, The Chrysanthemum and a few more patterns that we made here during my workshops and aren’t yet available in English. Please comment if find them interesting. I designed this tiny fern version to be a part of my Joyful Bouquet that was planed to placed…

On Friday mornings, when no workshops are booked in my CrochetObjet studio, E & me usually plan to have some ‘for us’ time . Go for a little walk by the park together, is our winner in most cases. We prefer to go on the route that leads us straight to the beach, nearby Tel Aviv port. We always start our walk with a little chat and then slowly move to hear music. We both need some time with our ear phones playing music to inhale some extra pleasure. We are usually tight with time as the school day ends up…

This skinny cotton purse is made out of only two Granny Kit cotton balls crocheted in spiral rounds of just plain sc’s stitches. It was originally designed to be decorated with a colourful bouquet on its front centre. You can read more about the WIP (work in progress) here. On the last few days I’ve been working on the bouquet flower-y details and I am SO excited to have this joyful project with a free pattern as my first 2018 post right here on my blog.  Back in autumn 2016, I shared my tiny Hedgehog and leaves pattern, which is…