The Veiled Purl

All about crocheting, sewing, and knitting.

Who Am I?

I’ve been addicted to crocheting ever since my niece was born and because of her I actually started sewing. I guess she was my bundle of inspiration :) My latest obsession is crocheting bags and knitting scarves. Both require quite a bit of patience, but it’s a skill I’m slowly developing.


21 thoughts on “Who Am I?

  1. Thanks for visiting with me!! My blog is all about crochet, I hope I get a follow back :-)

  2. I think your blog is wonderfull. I knitt since I was a little child and a lot of my friends made jokes about me but now were we all in an age were the most of us having our own children they think I`m cool and they want to learn to knitt too ;)

    • Thank you! Yeah, I know right? Nowadays, since some of my friends are having babies, they think it’s amazing I can crochet/knit. I guess appreciation comes with time. :)

  3. Thank you for checking out my blog! I really enjoyed looking through yours as well! It’s so informative. I will definitely be following your blog!

  4. Hi! Thanks for liking my post. I love looking at the dresses you’ve made. I find your work truly inspiring and you make me want to work on my sewing machine again! I’m looking forward to reading more about you so I’m following your blog :)

  5. Am enjoying your blog ~ Thanks for visiting mine!

  6. Thanks for the like, can see me following your blog, especially the crochet work, hope you enjoy my mad cap adventure…

  7. Wow! What a neat blog! I am so new to sewing and have really no idea what I’m doing, so I love all the step-by-step tutorials. Thank you for taking the time to be so detailed. :)

  8. I also love to knit and crochet. With crochet I alway had difficulty figuring out which loop was the first one to put a stitch in in a row and which loop was the last one. Do you have any hints on that?

    • hmm, for crocheting, a really awesome way to figure out which is your first/last stitch in a row is using a stitch marker. (I use a safety pin and this works great). The other thing to do is keep practicing: youtube videos are a great way to learn/further expand your crocheting knowledge. Hope this helped!

  9. Time management – ha! Let me know when you figure that one out, and HOW you did it. I’m still trying to invent 48 hour days! I love the way you seem to freehand a lot of your templates.

    • yeah…time management is not going so well lately. I’ve been sooo busy that I haven’t been able to post on my blog at all. When I do figure out the method, I’ll defo share! & Thank you for your comment! :)

  10. Thanks for the like on my post. I hope you come back and visit to see I can make things without mistakes! LOL

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