Woolly Chic Designs


London Fashion Week and Positive Fashion

Last week I gained a small insight into the world of high fashion at London Fashion Week (LFW), one of the world’s biggest fashion events.  I am so proud to have been invited to work with Sam D’Cruze on her Darkest Star 2018 Autumn Winter collection that she launched at[…]

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Bags of Inspiration

Here at Woolly Chic it has recently all been about the bags!  In the last few weeks, I have launched my new Mandala bag kit, hosted a brilliant Bag-Along event and finished my BetsyMakes Star Flower Bag.   In this blog post I thought I would share some of bag designs[…]

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Launching New Kit at Yarndale

I am super excited to be launching a new Learn to Crochet Mandalas kit at Yarndale next weekend. The kit includes a specially designed Woolly Chic tote bag, a Learn to Crochet Guide, crochet hook and 4 balls of Woolly Chic Welsh wool. Mandala is the Sanskrit word for circle[…]

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Introducing the Hexie Handbag


It’s a new year and I am so excited to be launching a new crochet kit.  I started playing around with the design for a handbag using crochet hexagons whilst on holiday in Italy.  After months of trying to get the handle right and testing the pattern for errors (thank[…]

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Share the Love – Free Heart Pattern


Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day are just round the corner and so here is a crochet heart pattern just for you.  Make in DK or 4ply yarn and stuff with fibrefill toy stuffing, add a bead and you will have an instant love token! Abbreviations (UK) ch                    chain dc                    double[…]

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New photos, new wool and a new kit!


Thanks to Kasia Burke of http://www.kasiaburkephotography.co.uk/ for taking some great photographs of Woolly Chic wool and the kits, which hopefully will give this website a professional look!  I think the new Pembrokeshire wool looks great against a bright white background and now I have some lovely photos of my crocheted robins I[…]

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Yarnbombing display all packed away


Following a month’s worth of rain in a day, the yarnbombing art installation around Hitchin’s St. Mary’s Church had to come down.  On display for a month as part of the Hitchin Festival, the decorated trees raised lots of smiles and comments and posts on Instagram.  Thanks to Velvet Cooper for[…]

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