This picture is from the instructions I followed back in the late 1970s at woodwork classes in Torbay to make a brick trolley for Fi to enjoy - and she did!
A phone pouch made recently which is big enough to hold the earpiece for listening to music when up at the allotment.
Shopping Trolley revitalised, this was done at a class provided by the Adult Education Classes here in Paignton - a class called 'Make Do and Mend'. This used a long denim skirt from a charity shop and a piece of leftover curtain fabric.
These are some of the many blankets and throws I've made over the years. Some have been given away or gone to charity and there's a delightful, small one which I made once when Fiona was ill and crocheted as I sat by her bedside for a few days. That rug will always be kept. Will put a photo on here next time I'm up in the attic and come across it.
Below is a recently made crochet rug using an unusual stitch which resulted in a sort of round-square shape. It's wonderfully warm and cosy and was fun to make.
Some sites to help to learn how to crochet:
Site with excellent diagrams:
This looks like a good series of videos to help learn to crochet:
Looks like another good site:
Malcolm on his rug
Made for 11 March 1992 - Dorothy's 70th Birthday