Sunday, January 13, 2019

My Dream project 1st Step

I had this on my mind for more than a year on my mind.  Doing a crochet photo quilt.
I finally found a reason to do this.

50th wedding anniversary gift.   I has started with lots of time being spent with paper and pencil and erasers!

Friday, March 3, 2017

Meera- Indian Attired doll

Meet Meera - she is ready for attending her friend's Sangeet party. 

I m building a collection on Indian Attired Dolls with their get up, style

So what do you think?

Monday, December 19, 2016

Indian Doll with Saree

I simply love making dolls with Indian Outfits.  Its the time consuming and that's why the gaps in making them

But I do want to make more..

How is this  one? This one sold the moment I put this on my exhibition table!

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Cushion cover spree

Going on cushion cover spree!!  I have decided to make 5 of these.  After these 2 I m going to try free form...

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Amigurumi Doll with Indian Outfit

I simply love making dolls with different and unique outfits.

I had a special request for doll with Indian Outfit.  So here it is with Ghagara choli

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Personalised pouch

Personalised pouch. Every time I start to work on something my daughter asks if this is for her?

I have been wanting to work on personalised pouch for quite some time and finally decided to get around it.

Now I have jumping 12 year old who is impatiently waiting for her school to start.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Largest Crochet Blanket

A moment in history and very proud to be part in making this history -

The all-woman team made a blanket the size of a soccer-pitch

It took over two thousand women, six months and lots of yarn to break the Guinness World Record for largest crochet blanket on Sunday 31st January in the city of Chennai, India.

The efforts of the all-female group of crocheting enthusiasts— known as Mother’s India’s Crochet Queens— payed off on Jan. 31, when they broke South Africa’s record. Their finished product was a 120 thousand square-foot blanket, around the size of a soccer pitch.

Participants from Chennai, many states within India and also 13 other countries contributed to the making of the one crochet blanket.

The blanket was disassembled and sections donated to needy Indian families.