I Like Crochet Magazine | Jelly Bean Bunny

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links, when you make a purchase through these links I do receive a small commission – thank you so much for supporting my blog! 💗

The April 2017 issue of I Like Crochet magazine is now available for your reading and crochet pleasure…and it’s chock-a-block full with over 27 lovely Spring patterns for you…including one designed by me!


If you haven’t heard of I Like Crochet magazine before it’s a US bi-monthly digital magazine which is published by the creators of AllFreeCrochet.com.

Can’t wait to get ready for Easter? For this months issue I have designed a sweet little Jelly Bean Bunny amigurumi which you can personalise in your favourite spring colours and add a yummy sweet snack in its arms. It’s a fab little stash buster for any odds and ends that you have lying around – you can make up a load of bunnies in no time!  


This month’s features:

  • 27+ spectacular spring projects
  • Easter Sweets
  • Fairy Tale Shawls
  • Birds of a Feather
  • Crochet Classics
  • Make it for Mom

There are patterns for Easter, mum, and just for you!

SUBSCRIBE TODAY to get your own copy of my new pattern plus more straight to your desktop or iPad.

Well until next time, happy hooking and keep calm and crochet on my friends xx


I Like Crochet | Spring Blossom Wrap

Note: This post contains affiliate links.

Oooh guess what! I’m extremely excited to say that a new pattern of mine has been featured in this month’s issue of I Like Crochet magazine!


I Like Crochet is a US bi-monthly digital magazine which is published by the creators of AllFreeCrochet.com and the April issue is jam packed full of Spring themed loveliness.

This month’s features:

·  28+ spectacular spring projects.
· Fanciful floral’s to brighten your day.
· Jewellery, scarves and shawls ideas for Mum.
· Pastel colours of the season.

Spring is the perfect time for flowers, and my new simple Spring Blossom Wrap pattern will add a fabulously floral feel to any outfit. Worked up in a decadent shade of fuchsia, this airy shawl provides just the right amount of warmth for a chilly spring day.


I used Egyptian combed cotton (Drops Safran); a lovely soft, light yarn which has a subtle sheen and is available in many beautiful colours.

For your copy of my new pattern plus more subscribe today to I Like Crochet magazine.