This embellished beanie pattern was courtesy of Lion Brand Yarns. It is Gatsby-era inspired from the Roaring Twenties. Looking at it, I definitely see the flapper style. Flapper being a new breed of young Western women in the 1920’s. They cut their long beautiful hair down to cute little bobs, hiked up their hemlines, and… Read more
I am soooooooooooooooooooooooooo excited! Today, I went on to Etsy (to check on something else of course) and noticed I had a notification. I figured it was just another note saying there were new items available from my favorite sellers but it was a note saying I had a purchase! I’ve been open… Read more
I absolutely love to paint my nails, and get them painted. Red Snowflakes professionally done. Did these on my own. Think I did a pretty good job. 🙂 (Minus the bow fail on my middle finger. Hehe.)
This super cute pattern was courtesy of Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me. I chose to use Deborah Norville’s Everyday Soft yarns in Chocolate (1 ball = 2 hats), Really Red (very small amount), and White (also very small amount), and La Mode 7/8″ Black Buttons (which I got on sale at Joann’s – BOGO!) I made… Read more
Second Winter Hat and Scarf completed! This pattern is courtesy of favecrafts. It was very easy to follow – good for a beginner. My choice of yarn was the Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Collection in the color Cirrus – chunky, self striping yarn of blues mixed with white. I do really like the Bernat… Read more
When I made the Pretty Purple Set for Madison, I had to make something for Tyler too. My cousin, Tiffany, suggested a cape. At first, I thought sewing a cape would be easier and less time consuming. (I have this really great idea for a cute cape in my head, but that’s for a later… Read more
I started crocheting a halter top for myself when I thought how cute it would look as a dress for my little cousin, Madison. So I switched up a few things here and there but felt super accomplished with my finished product. If it hadn’t taken so long, I probably would have turned around and… Read more
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