Here’s the second order of beanies by Lyna after the beret beanie she ordered. She is one of my loyal customer for beanie. She ordered 2 plain colour Black & Dark Blue Squary Slouchy Beanies.
I’ve used brown mix yarn for the body, a round shiny glass flat bead for the eyes (which I think makes him looks cool) & crochet a green cap for him (a touch of MFK mini cap =P).
Actually I’ve decided to give Ami a try since Sue held a CAL & a Giveaway where you participate in making a craft work & also participate a giveaway in the same time. So cool!
I hope my Mr Cool Happy Froggie is lucky enough to win. He will definitely get more friends if he manage to win these goodies. =D
This is one of my new idea which I think it’s new that no one had tried it before. But do tell me if there’s anyone had tried the exactly same thing before. Combining crochet with shawl =).
It’s really suitable for anyone who wears a head scarf & like something really new + different.
The idea came to me as I was googling for crochet edging patterns. After some research, looking for a nice material for the shawl & sizing with the help of my friend Amal, I’ve managed to finish a prototype. I’ve used jersey material for the shawl which I’ve cut it myself & some crochet thread+beads for the edging. So here’s my first F’dyShawl design:
I gave this first shawl to my friend Nas who is going for Haj, as a farewell gift.
This is a second order from Rahmawati. This time is a bulk order of F’dyHana pins for her sister boutique in Tawau, Sabah. It’s my first bulk order where my customer will put my F’dyHanas in her sister’s shop. I’m so honored! =).
Checkout The Looks Boutique here. So anyone in Tawau who want to get a F’dyHana pin, do drop by at the boutique. Here’s some snapshot of the F’dyHana pins:
This is one of my quick project which is an idea sketch book. I normally scribble my ideas on any paper that I can grab so it’s kinda here, there & everywhere. So I’ve decided to get crafty & make one rather than to buy a normal one from the stationary shop =D.
I just used things that are available for making this sketch book. Some colour A4 papers, one hole puncher, my eraser stamps, stamp pad, some yarns & crochet hook. So here’s my first handmade sketch book:
An order by my colleague Aisha. She ordered a baby flower hat & a bow headband for her 4 months new born niece’s ‘Majlis Cukur Jambul’, an event to celebrate new born into the family. So here’s the photo of her order: