As part of my mother’s recent requests for her friend’s family, was a scarf and hat for her friend, Rhonda’s, husband, David. The only thing she gave me to go on was “bluish brownish grayish”, “not wintery” and “long”. So, my boyfriend, Chad, and I took a trip over to Hobby Lobby during our Friday… Read more
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How to work an easy shell stitch beanie worked in simple double crochet stitches and your favorite worsted weight yarn. 7 sizes included from Newborn through Adult Large, and a video tutorial!
This Slouchy Hat is fun, comfy and different. This hat reminds me of when I used to be in marching band at Colonial High School. During summer band camp, the Tubas (yes! I was a Tuba player) used to have a hat we called Sparkles Magee. It was awarded to the Tuba player that won… Read more
I get an email once a week from Lion Brand with the picks of the week. A few weeks ago, I received one that had homespun yarn being featured. That is where the Roaring Twenties… Read more
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
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
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