I've been on a break from crochet for a year or so because of life and family, but I'm SO happy to be back at it. I feel like I have a million pattern ideas in my head and I can't wait to bust them out and share with you. I get inspired by my interests and my kids. I love puzzles, so naturally I love to combine my hobbies into one, a crochet puzzle blanket! This was a little tricky to figure out and at first I was sure that I would never figure it out, but with a little patience and a lot of crocheting and unraveling, I think I've finally figured it out and I am loving the results. Here's some progress photos.
August 22, 2016
Remember me? I haven't posted in 2 years, because of life and family and whatnot, but I really want to start blogging again with my crochet projects. So if you don't know this already about me, I have a slight obsession with VW buses. I LOVE them. And so it only made sense to create a crochet VW bus blanket for my kids (and me) to enjoy. And for you too! Find my pattern here. Hope you like it as much as I do.
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May 16, 2014
I just added this crochet pattern to my shop. I love how it turned out. It was a little tricky figuring out, and it always is a headache making patterns, but in the end so worth it. I plan on making a gray one with all kinds of different colors sometime soon. The thing I love most about making patterns is all the new ideas I get from making one. Too many ideas, too little time!
at 11:44 AM
December 3, 2013
I love doing custom orders. I made this little reindeer hat for a friend and listed the pattern in my shop. It can be for a boy or girl by just removing the bow. I'm thinking Benson and Kenzie need one each for when we go to Zoo Lights. So sweet for December babies too. I would be happy to make them for people that don't crochet, just send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let's get your babies a reindeer beanie!
at 10:29 AM
October 8, 2013
Whose excited for Halloween?! I know I am. I made these Minion hats and Gru scarf over the weekend for my cousin's kids. I used this pattern for the hats. And the scarf was super easy, here is what I did.
Yarn: Gray and Black medium weight yarn
Hook: Size J
Row 1: Ch. 19 sts.
Row 2: Hdc in the 3rd ch. from the hook, hdc in each st across.
Row 3: Ch. 2 and turn, hdc in each st across.
Row 4-8: repeat row 3.
Row 9-11: Fasten on black and repeat row 3.
Repeat from row 3-11 until your scarf is to your desired length. So simple and quick!
You could probably whip these up in a day or two, so if you are like me and wait until the last minute to get everybody's costume done, this is a fast and fun last minute costume idea.
at 4:53 PM
October 2, 2013
I really want to start blogging more regularly again! Sorry for the absence, but now that the weather is cooling down and we are spending our days at home more I am going to try and share more crochet ideas and craft projects with you.
I've been getting so excited for the Holidays this year. Kenzie is old enough for it to be really exciting and I have been decorating and getting into the spirit of things. I made the alphabet banner and Halloween banners the other day and they are now available in my etsy shop. I have made them available as a finished product, but if anyone is interested I can make the pattern available as well. Thanks for stopping by, and again so sorry for not keeping up with this blog. Stay tuned for some fun winter projects, I promise!
at 5:09 PM
July 5, 2013
Kenzie wearing red lipstick for the first time.
Her arm around him and his hand on her knee. I die.
You can't tell from his face, but he loved this.
Reminds me of my childhood.
The sparklers were a hit.
Stayed up way past bedtime. Benson was pretty excited about it.
We had no idea what we were going to do for the fourth the morning of, but by the end of the day it turned out pretty perfect. We had a low key morning and didn't brave any parades. The kids took a 4 hour nap in the afternoon (what a dream)! We spent our evening at the park barbecuing, playing in the water, and doing sparklers. It was a day filled with family, food, and fun. Nothing better.
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