I now have handmade scrunchies posted in my ETSY Shop.
I finished up the Park West Bag for my best friend’s birthday! Her favorite color is purple and she loves tigers. I really hope she loves this bag.
As promised, here is my quilt book for my great nephew Braxton. One great feature of this book is that the attached ears continue onto every page. I used fabric markers to personalize his book like I did for Olivia’s book. Another book filled with lots of love…
I found the cutest quilt book to sew together at my local quilt shop. When I saw this book I immediately thought of my great niece Olivia. I thought she would get a kick out of the owl and fox. This is the first time I had seen a project like this, much less made… Continue reading Quilt Book for Olivia
This troll hat is for my 4 year old troll loving great-niece Olivia. I am trying very hard to keep up with her changing favorite things. So far her love has gone from My Little Pony, mermaid tail blankets, Shopkins and now Trolls. She definitely allows me plenty of practice on my crochet skills. I… Continue reading Poppy the Troll Hat
I decided to try my luck at making a messy bun hat for my niece Ciara. This is the first time I have made a hat from the bottom up. She requested natural/neutral looking colors. I thought these colors would look great on her.
I am working on this pattern for my best friend Romelie. (I will post this Rome after you have seen your gift.) I wanted to make her a teddy bear and her favorite color is purple. I didn’t have to go far to find a pattern. One of my favorite crochet book series is “Zoomigurumi“. … Continue reading Theodore the Teddy Bear
I started working on one of my classes I purchased at Craftsy. This particular class is called “Crocheting in the Round“. It is the 2nd class that I have taken from Stacey Trock. She offers the best classes with amazing instructions and videos.Here is my first attempt at starting one of the hats. I was… Continue reading Beanie Hat
Here is the front of my sweater before I finished up the neckline. This is with the completed neckline finished off. If you would like to see the start of this sweater along with pattern info, go HERE.
The ribbing of the sleeves is about 6 rows 0f 42 stitches. This is the sleeve worked up about a quarter of the way. Here is one finished sleeve. It came out longer than recommended but I am hoping it will still workout. It still looks proportionate to the back of the sweater. The sleeve… Continue reading Baby Pullover Sweater, Part 2: Sleeves