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Book Lovers: a unique wedding invitation suite

With Kelli’s wedding here and gone (sad face) we are A. going to back to our normally programmed crocheting, crafting and blogging and B. sharing with you her kick-ass wedding invites.  You didn’t know wedding invitations could be kick-ass?  Well,… Continue Reading →

Pack N Play Owl Update

Freshen up and personalize your Graco Pack N Play by adding bright DIY felt animals to the toybar.

Easter Egg Cocoon

I recently reviewed the Owl Cocoon, and after making one cocoon, I thought why not make another? And since Holli’s little man was scheduled to arrive just in time for Easter and I was experimenting with Chevron stitches, an Easter… Continue Reading →

The T-shirt Tote

I recently posted instructions for making your own t-shirt yarn. Now you’re probably wondering what to do with that t-shirt yarn. It’s very simple: Make a t-shirt tote bag. A tote bag is the perfect project for homemade t-shirt yarn…. Continue Reading →

DIY T-shirt Yarn

It’s upcycling February, so let’s talk about yarn you can make in your own home, without shaving a sheep: t-shirt yarn. You know you’ve got plenty of t-shirts lying around, not being worn. In fact, you may have already gathered… Continue Reading →

Old picture frames, three ways

Continuing on with our focus on reusing and recycling this month, let’s talk about old picture frames!  I have a lot of ideas about old frames, which is why there are a stack of picture frames that I continue to collect… Continue Reading →

Chic second hand containers

This month we’re focusing on recycling and reusing in the name of crafts and crochet.  Consider it an early spring cleaning!  We’re attempting to repurpose or revamp items around the house, use up fabric or yarn scraps, rescue things from… Continue Reading →

Woodlands Part II: DIY felt creatures

Have you noticed woodland creatures are totally in style right now?  Forget the elephants, people.  We’re talking owls, foxes, hedgehogs!  Because who doesn’t love seeing a raccoon sorting through their garbage and bear prints in their snowy back yard? Regardless… Continue Reading →

Color-Me-Postcards: Raise your voice

This weekend, we crocheted ourselves some pink hats and stood in solidarity with women all over the country and the world.  We made witty signs.  We talked to total strangers. We raised our voice. It was a one day march… Continue Reading →

The Woodlands: DIY Felt Characters

Add the outdoors to your nursery with a bunting or mobile! Get the free hand drawn template for felt woodlands: trees, mushrooms, acorns and leaves.

Sleepy Time Owl

Sometimes, you get an idea in your head about a project, but the finished product just doesn’t look the way you imagined. Other times, what you end up with is EXACTLY what you pictured in your head. Luckily, the sleepy… Continue Reading →

Owl Baby Cocoon: A Pattern Review

The pattern is from ShiFo’s Patterns, and is available on Ravelry and love knitting for $5.00. Since you can’t actually see the pattern before purchasing it, I’m here to tell you whether or not it’s a pattern worth paying for.

Fore! Yoda and Mickey Golf Club Covers

Last year for Christmas, I made my dad 5 different team color golf club covers. And since he’s retired and lives a life of leisure, he literally uses them all the time. So, guess what, dad? You’re getting golf club… Continue Reading →

Hat Phanatics

Free crochet pattern: Phillie Phanatic. This one will require a few supplies, and stitching everything together will take some time, but it will be worth it!

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 →

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