The other day while at the grocery store, I was stopped by another shopper and asked why was I looking inside each ear of corn. She had seen someone else do the same thing and did not understand why. Let me explain how to pick the right (or should I say left) ear of corn.
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Have you tried Entrelac knitting? It has been on my bucket list for a while, and this summer I bit the dust and was determined to learn how to create this amazing texture. Continue reading
One of my favorite parts of summer camp is SWAPS. My inner child, loves the idea. As a badge counselor I end up making a different SWAP for each day. When my OCD, type A personality meets my crafty side it is “go big or go home”. Leading up to camp I make several hundred SWAPS. (If I have totally lost you, go here before reading on).
Here is the third eye glass case I made to use with my Needle Arts Merit Badge. I began with a free pattern I found on the Love Knitting Blog. Continue reading
Did you see yesterday’s post for an Easy Eye Glass Case? Today I’m sharing a different version of the same project.
Lately I have been busy getting ready to teach the Needle Arts badge to a group of PiPas. I’m excited to share my love of knitting with them.
I am designing a set of simple projects for them to complete. Keep in mind that most of them do know know the difference between knitting and crochet (Did I just hear you scream through my computer?)
For “newbies” I have created a basic eyeglass case pattern. It only requires three skills – cast on, knit and cast off.
The local craft group that I belong to recently made crosses. I love how they turned out. Everyone of them was different and reflected the individuals taste. Here is mine. Continue reading