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Crochet mushroom baby rattle

I’m going to be an aunt! I’m going to be an aunt! These are very exciting times for me, and, I’m sure, Holli and her husband. Holli immediately declared that she wanted a woodland creature theme for the nursery, so… Continue Reading →

Crochet Herringbone Infinity Scarf

I enjoyed the herringbone bootcuffs so much, I decided to make a scarf to go with them. I’m pretty happy with the infinity scarf that has resulted! Loops and Threads Charisma yarn is soft and cozy, which will make this… Continue Reading →

Herringbone Crochet Boot Cuffs

These boot cuffs are made with bulky yarn, and are super cozy. I experimented with the herringbone half double crochet stitch, and I liked what I saw. These are very easy, and even easier to adjust the sizes. Simply add more stitches to the double crochet foundation row.

Your Holiday Crochet-Gift-Giving Guide

September is well under way, which can only mean one thing: It’s time to start you Christmas gift crochet projects. Don’t worry, I’m here to save you time by telling you the best patterns for gift giving, so fire up your Ravelry queue, and let’s get to work.

Mosaic Tile Office A/C Guard

If you’re anything like me, you dress for the weather. I live in a swampland from April-September, so my wardrobe consists of skirts and sleeveless dresses. I’m not exactly prepared for the sub-arctic temperatures that the office can get to… Continue Reading →

Whoooooo wants to walk the plank?

If you love pirates and you love owls, you should probably make this pirate owl hat. It’s not a freebie, so I’m here to help with some advice on whether or not this is a Pattern Worth Paying For.

Shake, Rattle, and Roll: Ice cream cone baby rattles

Ice cream cone baby rattle: A quick, simple crochet pattern that allows you to use small amounts of yarn you already have on hand.

Hatty Cadabby

This is an incredibly easy, very quick hat to make in pretty much any size. And when I say quick, I mean quick. I went from concept to finish in just 3 episodes of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on Netflix. This hat… Continue Reading →

Birdland

Back in April, I posted a pattern for a spring-appropriate tweety bird. Turns out, that bird pattern is pretty versatile. Over the weekend, I used black and orange yarn to make this bird, appropriate for any Baltimore Orioles’ fan, but… Continue Reading →

The Patriotic Potholder

It’s the 4th of July, and your apple pie has just come out of the oven. Whether you’re transporting the pie to a BBQ or hosting the BBQ, you’re probably going to want a patriotic potholder for the perfect finishing… Continue Reading →

Owl Obsession

I recently made this super-cute owl blanket as a gift for a friend’s impending baby. Since it’s not a freebie, here are my thoughts so you can decide on whether or not it’s a Pattern Worth Paying For. Pattern name:… Continue Reading →

April Showers

The goal: To throw a lovely, non-lame bridal shower on a budget, that could accommodate wedding guests ranging in age from 30-70+, and for a bride who doesn’t particularly care for bridal showers. The location: A lot of bridal showers… Continue Reading →

I Scream, You Scream…

When planning Holli’s bridal shower, I knew I wanted to use a lot of bunting when decorating. And since the shower was going to center around ice cream, I wanted to find ice cream cone bunting. Then I remembered I… Continue Reading →

March Madness (and we do mean madness)

I hope you’ve weighed your decisions carefully and have filled out a solid bracket that will give you bragging rights for the next year. Or you’ve thrown darts/chosen the best mascot/prettiest colors and you still have a decent chance of… Continue Reading →

Tweet Tweet

Ah, spring. Such a tease. But it will eventually arrive, and with Easter just around the corner, what better time to stitch up a cute little Easter chick hat? This hat is made with front and back post double crochets… Continue Reading →

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