This week I wanted to talk about something other than a pattern. I have several projects that are on going, but until they are ready to post I will have to settle for other crafty ideas. If you are crafty you probably have stuff stashed in several places. Growing up I usually had stuff in…… Continue reading Organizing Craft Supplies in Small Spaces
I love the chevron pattern. In fact, it was one of the first patterns I tried. I had this lofty goal of making a beautiful, queen sized blanket in shades of green and blue. I made sure to pick yarn that had no dye lot so I could buy the yarn as needed and not…… Continue reading Chevron Baby Blanket
Trying a pattern for a second time and loving the results.
It has been a while since I posted. Starting a new job has left me pretty tired and busy. I regret that I have not spent a lot of time crocheting lately due to this development. Every day I still have a project in limbo I am sad. Luckily a recent injury has forced me…… Continue reading Vagina Pillow Pattern
My niece turned three recently. Money is tight and I figured it would be a good opportunity to use up some stash yarn and make her something special. She loves cats so I decided to make her a stuffed cat. The first step was to pick the yarn. I decided to use left over yarn…… Continue reading Cat stuffed animal
And now for something a little different. Most of my crafting involves crochet, sewing and other creative methods. One thing that doesn’t fall in the category of traditional crafting is baking. You may be thinking “why is she talking about baking on a crafting blog.” Well, I love to decorate cakes. I worked in an…… Continue reading Cakes
Oh the dreaded stash yarn. Any crocheter or knitter has a yarn stash. It can be a few skeins or a lot more than a few. In my case it is about 2 medium size moving boxes worth. My husband is annoyed by how much space it takes up. How does a stash get so…… Continue reading Stash Yarn