Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Scrunchie http://etsy.me/2EuLZUO
My daughter, who is in the 4th grade, has career day tomorrow. Yay! I love career day! I’m glad the schools are getting the kids interested in what they want to be when they grow up, because lets face it… I don’t even know what I want to be when I grow up yet…
Last week Victoria come over to me and says, “Mom, I need an apron for school. I’m going to be a baker!”, just like her grandma. Wow, did that make me happy! Deep down I wished I had become a baker too. “No problem kid! I got this!” I told her, and this is what happened… I made her a pretty decent apron. With cupcakes! Lots of cupcakes! And her favorite color “green”.
Super easy pattern that I bought at a fabric store and adjusted it a little tiny bit for fun.
So what do you think?
All right folks! Only 9 weeks left of school. Summer is right around the corner. Who’s ready?
That just means the kids will be home ALL the time. How am I supposed to keep them busy, take care of the house, and run a business all at the same time?
Let’s see if we can help each other out and start sharing ideas of what to do with the kiddos this summer.
What do you normally do to keep the kids busy? Comment below.
Love the color combination on this one. Currently this is a “spare” baby blanket that is waiting for more babies to be born.
This was a fun project for me since I was able to get my hands on some of the new Premier Sweet Roll yarn and it was just perfect for this piece. It is super soft and the colors work really well together. Works for both boy or girl. The weight of the yarn is great too.
My final thought on this yarn is… Well, I’m obsessed with it. Just lovely! Can’t wait to try more color combinations.
Yarn used: Premier Sweet Roll – 5 rolls (1 for each square, 1 for the boarder)
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Ah… finally able to post this beauty. As usual life is crazy but I was finally able to finish this gorgeous blanket for a friend who just had a baby. This one was a little rough. You see, I am a die-hard Chicago Bears fan so making a Green Bay Packers colored blanket was torture. Ha Ha Ha OK, it really wasn’t that hard.
C2C is the stitch I used again for this one. This stitch is so easy and makes the blanket look extra cozy. Caron One Pound is the yarn I used.
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So here it is folks. My attempt at knitting worked. I’m so happy I actually finished this one. In the past I have never been able to finish a knitting project.
My forte is crochet so this is a big win for me. Granted I did miss a few stitches but I’m fine with that. There is still a lot to be learned when it comes to knitting but I think this is a good start.
For this project I used Lily Sugar & Cream yarn and #7 knitting needles.
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After 25 years of crocheting, I decided to give knitting a try again. Several previous attempts at knitting have failed miserably but I think I’m getting the hang of it… Sort of. So far this is what I have done and yes I have missed a few stitches already. At lease it looks semi decent for a dishcloth.