M and A needed little dresses for Easter, so this what I came up with. The yarn is a cotton/soy blend called Queensland Collection Bebe Cotsoy and was wonderful to work with. I got it at Rare Purls in Duluth, Georgia. I found the inexpensive pattern on Ravelry and it's called the Sarafan Dress. They worked up quick and were so pretty!
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
In December, we moved into an apartment, which is quite a bit smaller than our old house. As a result, things with my yarn became cramped. Combine that with the desire to get the yarn out into the open where I can see it, and therefore be prompted to use it, resulted in this.
This image is far from the shelf being as full as it has gotten, but it was a good start. I still don't think I've found all of my stashed yarn, hooks, needles, or patterns. The shelf is from Ikea and perfect for this I think.
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I've been so busy crafting, and even taking pictures of those crafts. I just haven't been very consistent with my taking pictures of those crafts. So here's the first in a nice flood of things that have been going on in my crafting world.
pattern on Ravelry called the Blue Leaf Headband. It's a great pattern to make with the leftover yarn from other projects.
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Monday, May 27, 2013
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Saw this on the Web this afternoon. Here when I thought socks were only for feet. Leave off the toes of the sock and make leg holes and you get http://www.cuteoverload.com/2012/02/16/knitting-for-beginneaws
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