These french bread pizzas are quick to microwave from the freezer and cheap if you have lots of mouths to feed. These are basic ones but you can add your own toppingsto make them a little different! I make about 20 at a time and freeze them in freezer bags.
Cut french sticks and lay on a baking tray
Spread them with tomato puree and some dried herbs
Sprinkle with cheese and put in the oven
When ready wrap and freeze until needed!
The finished slipper
These slippers are light for the spring/summer and have a hard sole so that you get a little extra protection walking around – the pattern is given with the slipper sized to my foot (UK size 6-7) but you can make it to fit your foot by following the instructions and keeping a track of how its fitting while your crocheting it. Continue reading “Light mesh hard soled slippers” »
My grandmother sent me some random brown wool she had picked p in a charity shop. I dont make ALOT of brown things but it seemed a shame for it to go to waste so the fluffy edge vest top was born. It would fit a baby around 6-9 months nicely but if you want to make it bigger or smaller it wold be fairly easy to adjust by simply making the starting chain longer (or shorter) and measuring against your baby or a top you know will fit.
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Little summer booties
These lightweight crochet baby booties are easy to make very quickly and are perfect for summer as they are not too thick and allow some air to circulate around the little feet!
The pattern is for size 3 months but they can easily be adjusted by either increasing or decreasing hook size or adding a few more pattern repeats.
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