The Granny Square Design Contest!!

Hi!!! ๐Ÿ˜€

If you are following me on Instagram you can’t possibly have missed my recent granny square obsession… Made 5 designs in a month (I’m totally crazy I know); and today I’m happy to say that the voting for the #grannysquaredesigncontest by @amigurumipatterns is open!

You will choose 10 of your favorite designs; and by placing the votes you also enter the competition to win 100 (!!!) Epic yarn balls from Yarn and Colors. How amazing is that?! Think of all the projects you can make… Yum!

I would be so happy and thankful if you would like to place a vote for one, or all five, of my squares. ๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿƒ

Please follow the link below and then press the heart on your favorite ones.

Thank you so so so much. Iโ€™m so nervous and happy at the same time. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ’–

Oh and PS! I will be writing patterns for all five. ๐ŸŒผ๐Ÿƒ bidrag - Therese Eghult - Crochetedbytess.jpg


New patterns!


I’m so happy to let you all know that I’ve added multiple patterns onto my Ravelryย and Etsy recently.

The Puffy Easter Medallion:

Puffy Easter Medallion

The Tiny Tie Knots (Stuffed toys) and The Not so Tiny Tie Knots (Pillow):

Tiny Tie Knots and the bigย bak

Thread With Love Fingerless Mittens:

With a view

And last but not least the Oh How I Love This Throw that is being released today:

Final pic

Hope you’ll like them.





The Emilia Blanket – Free pattern

When I first heard that my sister it was expecting it was a complete surprise. Especially since we just had let everyone know that we ourselves were expecting too. What are the odds?! But the months passed by so very quickly and in the beginning of November I got to meet my first little niece: Emilia. She is just as tiny, sweet and amazing as she possible could be.

So being a creator; my mind went straight on thinking about all the things I wanted to make for little Emilia. But her mother, whom I love very much, doesn’t really share “my passion for homemade things” as she puts it. So therefore it was a bit tricky to sneak a project or two pass her well kept guard but then I came up with the idea of a modern, stylish, and nothing even close to being sugary sweet, chunky baby blanket. It’s completely done in the gorgeous moss stitch and I named it after my beloved little niece of course.

I really hope you’ll like it and want to give it a go. It’s such a quick and rewarding project that can easily be done in a day. I believe this version took me approximately 3 hours. If you want it bigger or smaller it’s easily done!

So with no further ado โ€“ let me present: The Emilia Blanket.

Happy crocheting!



The Emilia Blanket

PS. Do note that the pattern has not been tested yet so if you find any errors or have any questions please let me know.

To finish the “In bloom” at the beginning of fall..ย such an amazing feeling. 

I actually started this pillow as a CAL last year. And yes, it was my first attempt to follow a pattern. I had only started crocheting a few weeks before that so you can definitely say I like a challenge. Hihi. 

Well I came a long way but somewhere around the popcorns I just suddenly stopped. I have been trying to remember why but somehow it got placed upon a shelf and has been resting there until this very week when I saw that funny hashtag frogorfinishline. So I decided to pick it up again and actually finish it. And I did: yeay!! 

This pillow is an absolute stunner and I love it so much. It’s never to late, not even for the most longgoing wips. 

The pattern (which you can find here) was made by the talented yarn magician Mijocrochet as a free CAL for Favoritgarner. We used a gorgeous cotton yarn from Scheepjes called Catona that are available in over 100 different shades. And oh it has the most incredible shine to it. Please check it out! 

Back to the pillow process. ๐Ÿ˜‰ 

I learned so much and met many amazing creators by doing this CAL. And yes.. There will actually be another In Bloom-pillow in the making as I’m doing one for my mother. Lets hope it doesn’t take me half a year to finish this time. ๐Ÿ™Š

Wish you all a great weekend! 

When you get an idea..ย 

..and just have to wing it to make it work. 

This was my morning today. As I woke up the sky was grey and the rain was falling down. A perfect day for some fall inspired crochet you might think. But no, I totally got a picture stuck in my head of a flower-balloon-with-a-basket-kind of thing. Lol! Have no idea where it came from or how it will eventually end up. 

Started with the flower and now I’ll try to make it up as I go, a top down approach. Exiting? Or just crazy.. We’ll see! ๐Ÿ˜…

Yarn: Scheepjes Catona.

Crochet hook: Clover amour 3,5 mm.

Flower pattern: Make my day creative.

Leaf pattern: My own improvisation. 

Chunky crochet – my Fluffy Puffy Pillow.ย 

So I ended up making a new design last night: my Fluffy Puffy Pillow. 

After craving and searching for that perfect chunky pillowcase for such a long time I finally caved and decided to make my own. And oh, I couldn’t possibly be any happier with the result. It shurely lives up to its name being all super duper fluffy puffy, and in the creamiest of white wool. I absolutely adore it! 

Now I need to make a few more in grey, beige, pale blue, and maybe some soft shaded pink.. ๐Ÿคค

Every summer needs a boho-bag…

..and this year I’m crocheting one. 

I’ve had the same thing the last couple of years. As soon as it starts to feel a tiny bit like summer – I go all in for the romantic boho-look. Floral prints, long flowing dresses and fringes. I feel totally free, happy and easygoing. It might be a kind of rebellion against my corporal persona (which I also love) as my day to day job is in the science of public health. No matter the reason, it just happens. ๐Ÿ˜‡ 

I have this little gorgeous white creamy dreamy crocheted bag I got many many many years ago, I might actually have been 13, from my aunt and it’s still going strong. But after becoming a mother I find it to be just a little too small for all those essentials. Other than my phone and lipgloss I now also carries pacifiers, napkins, sunscreens, a toy or two and so on.. There is definitely room for adding an extra love to my bag collection. I just like that I found this simple yet gorgeous pattern on Pinterest for the Urban Gypsy Boho Bag by Make & do create. Fringes, grannysquares and cluster stitches – what’s not to love?! 

For my version I’m using my trusty 4,00 mm from Tulip Etimo and Drops Muskat yarn in the three shades; Light pink (06), White (18) and Light beige (61). 

Isn’t it just the perfect shade of dusty pink?!

To be continued! ๐Ÿ˜„