Sometimes I like to mix things up and do a little crochet for a while. This past weekend I was crocheting like a mad woman! I finished the above elephant, yes, that’s what it’s supposed to be, and did another project, too. What really inspired me to do this was to up my crochet game […]Read More Crocheting Like a Mad Woman
The battle of Dog v. Yarn is getting better. Sputnik is still curious about what I’m doing with string, but has learned, with the back up with a spray bottle, that yarn is a not a toy. I’ve also been sticking to synthetic fibers as not to entice his nose with natural ones. That’s another […]Read More Dog v. Yarn and Something Cool
Yay! The Washcloth KAL/CAL is all done! I knit eight of them! Did anyone out there in Internet Land knit or crochet any? I’d love to see them if you did. Leave a comment and let us know where we can see them. Otherwise, I still enjoy knitting washcloths as a hot weather project. I […]Read More Washcloth KAL/CAL : All Done!
How is your washcloth knitting or crocheting coming along? I completed three over the weekend. They are show above in the featured image. I had forgotten how much fun it is to knit these! I’d love to see what you’re working on for the KAL/CAL, too. As I was starting to work on these on […]Read More Washcloth KAL/CAL: Week One
It’s getting warm, and usually that means my thoughts turn to knitting projects that are smaller with cotton. That usually mean washcloths. I got a ton of cotton yarn at the Art of Recycle in Ephrata, PA on Monday, and have started knitting washcloths from it. As I was brainstorming this post, I thought, why […]Read More Washcloth KAL/CAL
I hope that you had a great Christmas! I did. I want to talk about crafty Christmas presents, not ones that I received, but rather ones I gave to people, (and forgot to take photos of.) The first was that I actually crocheted a blanket for my niece, Allie. Her mother was thrilled to pieces. […]Read More Crafty Christmas Gifts