I love being able to make things for specific needs. Recently I decided a hanging towel would work perfectly in our trailer bathroom. The only problem is there is a hook and not a bar to wrap a tabbed cloth around. I finished the top off with a D ring instead and it is just right. Of course I needed some cloths to match. The
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Little shrugs are one of my favorite things and quite an interesting invention. There are so many cute dresses and shirts without sleeves. Shrugs are a great addition so these can be worn on cooler days or when sleeves are more appropriate for an occasion. My cute little niece needed a little jacket for her beautiful baptism dress so I offered to make her a
Spring is a fun time to bring color back into the world after the winter blahs. I wanted to make a whimsical bonnet for my grandbaby Lucy and since she is growing quickly I wasn’t sure which size to make. I made a few and wanted each to be different. The lamb, bunny and chick are on their way to Texas. I’m thinking the bunny
While I was in Texas visiting my daughter and her new baby girl, Lucy Jane, she asked me to make her some headbands. I had a few skeins of yarn from other projects with me and whipped up a few. We giggled at how cute she was with her giant bow. When I got home I made her some more headbands. I love interchangeable things
Cloths are one of my favorite things to make because they are great projects for on the go. Recently, I made these while flying to visit my daughter in Texas. I hope you will enjoy these projects. On The Road Cloths An ad-free, downloadable PDF of these patterns with all of the photos is available for only $2. Craftsy Shop: Click HERE. Ravelry Shop:
Hanging dishcloths are one of my favorite projects so I’m hoping to add more throughout the year. Of course I’ve started with a snowman because we always need more snowmen, right? I hope you will enjoy making him and join me the fourth week of each month for more. Snowman Hanging Dishcloth Want to purchase an ad-free, downloadable PDF of this pattern with all
Slippers are my go-to gift item because I love them so much and everyone needs a cozy pair, right? I prefer slippers that are easy to make and don’t require a lot of construction or constant pattern watching. I’ve been wanting an easy but cute pair that is more similar to socks. I hope you will enjoy making these. You could easily whip up a
I needed to make some cute little gifts this week. Since we go through a lot of tissues this time of year I thought I would whip up some new tissue covers. I have made a lot from my original tissue holder pattern and decided I’d give these some snappy attitude 🙂 Want to download the file? Purchase an ad-free, downloadable PDF of this pattern
It has been fun seeing all of the Snowman Luminaries people have been making for this year’s annual 12 Weeks of Christmas CAL. I decided to add another luminary to the event and I hope you will like this one too. Want to save this for later? CLICK HERE to add it to your favorites on Ravelry. Purchase an ad-free, downloadable PDF of this pattern with all of
I’ll never have enough snowmen! Ever since I made my first crocheted luminary cover, Bonbon the Owl, I’ve wanted to make a snowman luminary. When Maria of Pattern Paradise invited me to be part of this year’s annual 12 Weeks of Christmas CAL it seemed the perfect time to make him. Want to save this for later? CLICK HERE to add it to your favorites on Ravelry. Purchase an