Happy Birth/Valentines Day! All those squares are looking very impressive – I’m looking forward to the next update! x
Happy birthday to you. Nice to hear your voice. Not so easy to understand for French girl. Where is your accent from ?
Ha, ha, ha! Well may you ask. It’s a hybrid of Derbyshire (north of England) and London (south of England). I was also talking very fast for fear of boring people!
🙂 🙂 🙂
Happy Birthday Karen!
Happy Birthday Karen! I’m loving the crochet progress and I also think that the pattern you have chosen for Tilly’s ‘One Pattern, One Week’ initiative is fab!
Karen! I don’t know what to say except that is one video for all sewing nerds who like crochet & grew up in 1970s UK! I chuckled throughout! I love the way you referred to your vogue pattern nearly as much as the sticky back plastic. Awesome! Happy Birthday & well done on your achievement so far. By the way since seeing your top I have checked out this pattern & love the skirt as well – cute pockets!! I might be tempted …..
You are so darn stinkin’ cute! Love the crochalizer. So funny! Happy birthday!!!
Fantastic! You have caused my husband immense confusion with your combination of crochet / sticky-backed plastic and Vogue patterns… and my subsequent giggling from the sofa where I am allegedly working hard on a set of Committee Minutes…
I giggle every time I hear you say “crochaliser”….I just can’t help myself. Anyway, I hope you have a fabulous birthday! 🙂
Haha that’s amazing! Happy birthday, and good stuff with the crochet squares 🙂
Happy birthday Karen. Wish I could crochet.
Happy birthday Karen. It´s nice to hear your voice…different from what I´d have expected but equally sweet. Well done on the crochet!
Happy Birthday! Can’t wait to see them all sewn together. g
Happy Birthday Karen! You have a lovely accent. Enjoy your day!
Thank you for making me laugh out loud! Truly you are the Valerie S of our generation. Happy, happy birthday!!
I like your style!
I read that as CROTCH-aliser and thought it had to do with V-Day…but didn’t really think that was right. Glad to get that straightened out.
I can reassure you that I won’t be bringing you video updates on my crotch!
Hi Karen – I haven’t had a chance to watch the update yet (will do so when I get home), but wanted to wish you a very happy birthday! hope it’s been magnificent! x
I think this might well be my first comment on your blog, which I’ve been following and loving for a while!
Hope you are having a wonderful birthday. I’ve just bought the Vogue 1247 after seeing your top. I can’t wait to make it, although I don’t have any fabric for the top yet. I do have some in my(very small) stash that might do for the skirt.
Happy Birthday!! The crocheting and the crochaliser are brilliant! 🙂
I hope you have had a very happy birthday! And a Happy Valentine’s Day too.
A very happy birthday to you! That crochaliser is so much fun.
Happy birthday! Happy Valentine’s! And thank you for more crochaliser fun.
Happy Birthday! The top looks great and your recording made me realise how much I like seeing clothing move on a moving person. Great progress with the crochet, not far to go now!
Oh fun, a video blog! You sound totally different than I thought! *lol* Anyway, happy birthday and congrats on almost being halfway through with your crocheting!
lol, quality, I feel I need to do a live action knitting feed in the spirit of all things blue peter!
Happiest of birthdays to a creative lady!
So nice to hear your voice! For some reason your blog voice (to me) has always been Australian. Probably because I’m Australian.
Yes, I’m a bit dim.
Hahaha this is brilliant! Next update at Easter? Or pancake day? xx
Ha, ha, ha! Tossing pancakes whilst updating the crochaliser – genius. This may be too tempting to resist…
I was only thinking we hadn’t heard much about the crochaliser and, look, there you are with an improved version. And thank you. Like Roobeedoo I was laughing aloud, which was just the medicine I needed after a long and very horrible day at work. Thanks for sharing the fun around and keep on with the crochet. It’s looking beaut, as we say. Actually, because I’m South Australian, I’m inclined to add that it’s heaps good.
A belated Happy Birthday Karen.
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