Besides busy bee-ish working on the upcoming lalylala doll (which will hopefully be ready to be released in the middle of July - yeah!) I started another granny blanket out of some skeins of wool remain from other projects.
Find lalylala's meet&greet interview in French and English on fifi jolipois (super nice yarn shop & blog)! They've got a facebook too - so check out! My very special thank goes to Christel and Adeline from fifi jolipois for asking and publish my answers. It was such a pleasure to answer the questions!
Once upon a time our knightly and brave friends attracted to explore the world, to seek out new civilizations and to boldly go where no crocheted doll has gone before... On their way they met legendary creatures and passed numerous adventures, crossed high mountains and quite a bit of water.
It was time to set up a GALLERY just for YOUR LALYLALA'S
... to say "thank you" for bringing that many sugar cute dolls to life! So show YOUR amazing dolls in lalylala's brand new customers projects gallery. You're doll is missed? email a photo or send link to your lalylala project and join the family!
After a short quite periode in lalylaland some suspicious things happened last night... It seems a new fellow came to town and showed his amazing talent by robbing all the candy. Even our high security safe could not stop him. A first investigation revealed some finger prints on the safe and a single photo taken by the security camera of our candy depot. Insiders told us the name of the invisible stranger.
Our super special agent Olga M. succeeded decoding all lalylala patterns to native Russian language!
We smuggled the patterns on microfilm inside some totally inconspicuous russian Babuschka dolls - so called "Matryoshkas" (as you can see on the picture). We owe it to the great efforts of special agent Olga that it is possible now to get and crochet the lalylala patterns original russian style. ТУЧА ФЗНАМЗНОН, дорогие товарищи!
Looking for a cute last-minute non-crochet Easter project? How about that? Last year I made some of these cuties and wrote a tutorial. The idea comes from my childhood when my Ma and I used to craft these little chicks.