September 24, 2012

Natalia's BabyLove

   I present you my smallest & sweetest cousin Natalia! She is first year student and I'm so proud of her because she is extremely intelligent and sensible! Clever as sharp as a needle! Real sunshine!

I promise to this baby doll
she'll never be alone!
She found her mom Natalie
and everything is perfectly!

Naty & her doll Ely:)

HERE you can find more pictures of baby girl doll.

This knitting pattern is property of Susan B.Anderson.

September 18, 2012

Everyone needs a.....bug!

Make a gift Lady luck: Ladybug!

Everyone needs a cuddly bug
A cute and sweet snuggle bug
That's always ready to give a hug!

Download from Ravelry

   The knitting pattern includes 4 pages of pictures and instructions written in English how to make this Ladybug purse.  Available in PDF format for $ 1.50 USD.

     Please, read this information:
     To order a copy you have to email me these details:
     1. Your Name
     2. Your PayPal Email address
     3. or email to gifted person (to send the pattern as a gift).
     Don't send money before you get money request from me! 

      Terms of Use:
     This pattern is for personal use, knitting pleasure and fun. Please, respect my designer rights-you are not permitted to sell or share whole or part of it. You are not permitted to give as a gift or e-mail the pattern anyone else. You may sell your toys, made from the pattern.

September 05, 2012

Washable jewels!

   Hi there! If you want to have jewels for every occasion, different colors and shapes I'll give you some ideas! They fit perfectly to you, your daughter, friend, sister or baby :) Also I call them Baby jewels, because they are very soft and delicate to touch, they don't cause allergies or irritations! You and your baby will be super fashion ladies walking down the street attracting a lot of attention!

You need:
- straight needles 3 mm
(UK 11/US 2½)
- yarn in favourite color
-crochet hook
-pearls for decoration

CO – cast on
BO – bind off
k – knit
p – purl
m1 – make one

Mini roses pattern:

CO 6 sts

Row 1: knit

Row 2: (k1, m1) to the end (12 sts)

Row 3: knit

Row 4: (k1, m1) to the end (24 sts)

Row 5: knit

Row 6: (k1, m1) to the end (48 sts)

Row 7: knit

Row 8: bind off

Cut the yarn, leaving a long end. Roll into shape and sew. Make a chain using crochet hook.

Bracelet and Necklace

Daisy pattern:


Make five. CO 4 sts.

Row 1: p

Row 2: (k1, m1) to the end of the row (8 sts)

Row 3: p

Row 4: k1, (k3, m1) X 2, k1 (10 sts)

Row 5: p

Row 6: (k2tog) X 5 (5 sts)

Row 7: p

Thread the yarn through sts and pull, this is the tip of the petal.


Make one. CO 3 sts.

Row 1: k

Row 2: K1, m1, k1, m1, k1 (5 sts)

Row 3: k

Row 4: k2tog, k1, k2tog (3 sts)

Row 5: k

Thread the yarn through sts and pull. Sew it in the center of the flower. Also I used silver and golden lame thread for the chain (braid).

This pattern is for personal use, knitting pleasure and fun.You are not permitted to sell whole or part of it.

September 03, 2012

Greek frappe (φραπές)

It is hard to find black coffee in Greece, that's why there is Greek frappe (φραπές) on every corner!

How to prepare Greek frappe?

2 teaspoons instant coffee
2 teaspoons sugar
cold water
ice cubes
2 tablespoons milk

   Place the coffee, sugar and 2 teaspoons cold water in a shaker, jar or blender. Cover and shake well for 30 seconds to produce thick, light brown foam.
   Place a few ice cubes in tall glass. Slowly pour the coffee foam into the glass. Fill the glass with water, add milk if necessary. Serve the frappe with straw and glass of cold water! Enjoy!