About Me

-------CHECK US OUT AT FACEBOOK.COM/LITTLEHCROCHET ------- My darling daughter, Little h, has inspired many projects. I design and make custom crochet and paper products for babies and children. I also do some for adults, you just have to ask. Because all of my items are custom made, I have no stock inventory. When you request an item from Little h, it is made lovingly with you in mind. Each item is a work of its own, and while there may be others like it, nothing will ever be exactly the same. Check out my Just Photos page. To request an item, simply email me at littlehcustomdesigns@gmail.com and ask about it or see my Order Form page. You can be as specific or as vague as you like. Don't be afraid to request something you don't see on my blog; I love to try out new things and I can most likely make whatever you want. If I can't, I can point you in the direction of someone who can. I also share my projects with other crafters- I publish some of my original patterns here (check out my Patterns page) as well as on ravelry.com. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Check out my pages for additional info.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Joni Jumper!

I just bought the book, "Baby Blueprint Crochet" by Robyn Chachula and it is AWESOME. I love it, love it, love it and can't wait to try out all the patterns. Below is the first- It's called Joni Jumper. I made a few small mods, but mostly followed Robyn's original pattern. I will for sure be making more in different colors and the next size up. I love that it's a dress now, but can also be worn as a tunic over a long sleeved shirt and pants. Obviously, this jumper is not for sale since it's not my own pattern. But... If you've got a little girlie like me... Maybe you'll be getting one as a gift :-)

You can also find this jumper in my Ravelry projects.

And, as always, much credit to my beautiful model, Little h.

1 comment:

  1. Please help! I have been searching for months on this dress. I only have 4 yarn not 3 so I will have to mod the dress but how to do you attach the yolk to the dress its self?