Author Archives: lifeofmommab

Entrelac Blanket

Do you remember my post last summer when I shared my first Entrelac project (here)? I hinted at a much larger project to come, and I can finally share it with you. For my cousins recent wedding, I created this … Continue reading

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AHG Merit Badge Help – Pen & Paper #27 – Silhouettes

It has been a while since I have posted merit badge helps on a regular basis. I hope that with the new year, I can get back to posting them regularly. This month I plan to focus on the Pen … Continue reading

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Wine Bottle Gift Sack

Now that Christmas is over, I can start sharing my holiday knitting.  For my aunt I made this wine bottle gift sack. This year I wanted to get her something a little different, so I found a nice bottle of … Continue reading

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How to Survive Hospital Waiting Rooms

My life is always one full of adventure, some planned, but mostly not. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s day, my family has supported the local doctors and hospitals. I have sat in the surgical waiting room 6 times, I have … Continue reading

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AHG Badge Help – Young Meteorologist #16

With today being the first full day of winter, I wanted to share a seasonal badge help. Wilson Bentley became famous after he developed a method for photographing snowflakes in the late 1800’s.  During his lifetime he photographed over 5000 … Continue reading

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Snowman Ornaments

Recently I participated in a homemade ornament SWAP.  Because I waited until the last minute, I needed a really quick project to complete that was budget friendly.  These adorable snowman were perfect.

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Tutti Fruiti Hat

I had enough yarn left from my recent hat to create another hat. I began with a free pattern by Miriam Pike.  The pattern features a mock cable brim and a classic hat crown.  I promise it does fit my … Continue reading

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