Like many others, I’m using extra time we all now have at home to sort out my craft pile. And, as expected, a “small” sort out brings back emotions and so many memories. And with those memories are projects I’ve never shared on my blog before.

The other day I came across the pram chain I designed in 2016 while pregnant with my little girl. It feels like yesterday even though said little girl talks now on daily basis about starting school soon. Where has the time gone!?

Ellen was designed to be a replacement for those plasticky pram chains you see everywhere. Made from Debbie Bliss Eco Baby Cotton yarn, she adds some interest to your pram while being sustainable too.

As the pram chain was obviously not a toy for a baby to play with, I also decided to design a matching rattle. My little girl loved it, and was very well loved by her little brother too :). Together with their “big sister” Ellen the C2C blanket they make a beautiful new baby present.

The pattern for Ellen was initially published in Inside Crochet, but can be now downloaded from my shop.

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    I’m San and I’m the voice behind Loopsan. I’m a scientist by day (oh-no nerd alarm ;-)) but at night I turn into a crafter with heart. I love to crochet, bake, travel, keep memories in photographs and love everything DIY.

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    1. Adorable, and yes those little ones grow very quickly! Great to see you on craft schooling Sunday, and just remember when you run out of yarn head to the linen closet and make some sheet yarn to crochet a rug for your daughter’s room!

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