Hello readers! As a crafter, I am happy to say that the holidays are OVER! This year I took on the challenge of crocheting blankets for some of my family members. As someone who used to hate making blankets, I'm surprised that I finished four blankets and had them ready well before Christmas day. (And… Continue reading #CraftBlogClub Secret Santa 2018
Happy Tuesday, everyone- depending on where you are located. It's a pretty dismal day in my neck of Texas. Rain since the early hours and a chill that makes me want to turn and run back inside. A perfect day to release a crochet hat pattern, right? I'm about a week behind on my promise,… Continue reading Mimikyu Crochet Hat: Free Pattern
Gather round, readers. On this first day of Halloween, I have a story that will chill your bones and disturb your sleep. This past weekend, I was looking to take advantage of some free time and crochet. The fall is a busy time for my day job, so it's necessary to grab these quiet moments… Continue reading Broken Hooks and Bad Cats; A Tale of Horror
During the summer, it feels like I'm constantly being pulled all over the place. My brother is a Marine, and when he was able to come home a little bit this summer, you bet my mom went into planning mode for family get togethers. It's hard to bring your crochet projects along when the family… Continue reading Project Round-Up: July 2018
It's National Ice Cream Month and you bet I'm going to be enjoying a cone or two. However, since I'm trying to limit my sugar and dairy intake, I want to find other ways to celebrate my love of this deliciously creamy treat. And what better way to celebrate than by combining this love with crochet? (0 calorie, 0 sugar, 100% diet friendly)
I'm currently dating someone who loves Pokemon. While I'm a fan of the series, it's obvious I'm way more casual about it. Anyway, since we moved in, I have thought it would be fun to turn our home into the Poke Center. It'll be a lot of work on my end, but it gives me a lot of creative freedom. I decided to make Meowth first since we do have a cat in the apartment and I was also thinking of one that I made back in 2010.
You're never too old to give your mother something handmade, though at some point you both outgrow the loom band potholders. My mom has finally gotten around to decorating the house she purchased two years ago. I try not to load her down with a bunch of knick knacks, but I thought a wreath might… Continue reading Mother’s Day Wreath: Free Pattern