Saturday, February 6, 2016


Hi my dears,
I guess, that my Egon - friendly monster, would like to say: Hi to you :-)


Monday, January 25, 2016

OK, I am broken

Hi my dears, 
I am so glad you like work. I am really honoured! But PLEASE - don't share my paid patterns for free. Don't you think, that I am not seeing it? And what do you think, I am feeling? On one side - you wrote me, like you like my work and on the other side you stab me in the back. So what - that all were the words only? I am a real human, it breaks my heart and it takes me away all joy of writing a patterns and share the good spirit and inspiration for you... If you would like to translate my free patterns - please write me, we could cooperate. If you would like to translated my paid patterns - write me again - we could cooperate again. Don't force me to report you. I don't wanna do it! I don't want to fill my heart with anger and frustration. I just wanted to make the world a little bit nicer place... PLEASE DON'T STEAL my work. It is not only my work, you are taking with.. I don't talk about the infringe of copyright - even I could, but I am talking about respect to another human. It breaks my heart.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Cute elephant

Hi my dears,
in my latest post, I showed you some pictures of my newest hats - well newest :-) I made them in October 2015, when I and the girls were on the health treatment stay. And we met there lovely girls, which make our stay - the happy time :-) And funniest of that all thing is, that exactly for these princess I made the cardis in 2010 :-) We never ever met together before, we didn't know each other personally and now 5 years later, we met and we had a lovely time together. It was sooooo nice surprise! :-) 

Well, back to the hats :-) So I made some hats and I like them very much and our girls too! The material is so soft and warm and comfortable, but it is very hard to recommend you, where you could buy it - so I was searching all internet like crazy, to find some yarn alternatives for you and I hope, I found some finally :-) Now it will need it's own time to write a pattern.

For now I just posted the appliqués patterns. Some time ago I posted deer appliqué.

And today it is time to post another appliqué - cute elephant :-)

I love, how it looks on that gray hat. What do you think?

You could buy this cute elephant appliqué pattern here:

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Main info about the pattern: Instant digital download, PDF file, English language, US terms

Needed material:

  • yarn calls for 3 mm hook (US C hook), group: fine yarns
  • hook 3 mm (US B or C hook)
  • tapestry needle
  • common sewing thread and needle
  • 1 pink button average 10 mm
  • scissors

I used: 100% mercerized cotton yarn, Catania by Schachenmayr
Weight: Sport/ 5ply (12 wpi), Yardage: 125m / 137 yds in (50g), Gauge: 26 stitches in 4 inch (10 cm)
I used approximately cca 9 g/22 yds of yarn totally.

There is written the suggestion for some alternative yarn  in the pattern.

Dimenssion of finished appliqué: 10 cm /3.9 inch height x 13 cm/ 5.1 inch width.

Level of the pattern: Easy - but basic skill of crocheting are needed :-)

If you will have some question before purchase or during process, don't hesitate and write at


Show me yours, I show you mine ... hat :-)

Crochet elephant hat - pattern by VendulkaM

Crochet fox hat - pattern by VendulkaM

Crochet deer hat - pattern by VendulkaM

Crochet hedgehog hat - pattern by VendulkaM

Crochet hats patterns by VendulkaM

Crochet hats patterns by VendulkaM


Thank you for our lovely common moments!


Thursday, January 7, 2016

Francesca - the Mermaid

Hi my dears,
do you remember this picture from my instagram?  My little riddle was: what do you think, it will be my next project? And what to you think, did I finished it? 

Here is an answer: 

... Her voice was the most beautiful sound, they have ever heard.
The sailors and citizens of all harbor sat on the coast secretly and silently, when she sang.
And when she danced between the waves - nothing can be compared with it.
It was like all sea danced with her in the natural harmony. She was so shy and so elusive.
Her name was Francesca - the Mermaid...

Something  to listen ...

The pattern will be soon!