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Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Chriselle Wolfaardt Choyamba means “first” in Chichewa, the official language of Malawi, the Warm Heart of Africa. Chriselle started her teaching career in Malawi and this is her first written crochet pattern. The name of this scarf is a perfect celebration of her achievements.Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Anneke Wiese This pattern originally appeared in Issue 24 of Creative Hobbies. This lovely design from Anneke is so versatile. Add it to a round cushion, and depending on how deep you make your cushion cover, this could double up as a normal cushion or even a floor cushion! Or just make the mandala and use it on its own. For pattern stitch support, visit the Cool As Ice pattern support page.Yarn: DK SuperTwist Alternative yarns: Eco-Cotton Designer: Madeleine from Yarn Madness "Leksak", meaning "toy" in Swedish, is an intriguing top-down pullover for both boys and girls! Slightly cropped sleeves that don’t get in the way, and with a different and decorative take on the front panel. Most of the garment is worked flat, but still manages to be completely seamless. A perfect sweater for keeping the little ones warm while playing! The pattern includes instructions for both the closed pullover and the open front tunic, as well as rough instructions for lacy crochet edgings. Click here to view pattern pageYarn: Eco-Cotton, Eco-Fusion or Eco-Bamboo Designer: Brenda Grobler We, at Nurturing Fibres HQ, strive to keep our footprint on the environment as light as possible. Amongst other things, we don't use plastic bags to shop anymore. But we know how super busy moms can be. With careers, with kids, with everyday stuff. Remembering to take the fabric bags along for the weekly shop might not be at the top of the list! This is where the Moscow Market Bag comes in. Firstly, it can be made in any one of our three Eco ranges of yarns and the best part is, that it has a handy little pouch as part of the design, so the entire bag can be folded and stored in even the smallest of handbags. The entire project uses only two balls of yarn in contrasting colours and only takes a few hours to complete, making it an easy AND economical project. PS. We used this bag extensively during our recent visit to Russia and it was brilliant!