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Category Archives: Knitting
Just in time for Easter, this little bunny has hopped off my knitting needles.
Even though it is March, and a little early for strawberry season to begin, I could not wait to share this darling little strawberry keychain with you.
I am currently fascinated with quick and easy knits. This week I will be featuring a collection of keychains. Thankfully this Saguaro cactus does not have any thorns.
Nothing is better on a cold day, than a comforting cup of tea! This simple knit teabag pouch is perfect for carrying 2 or 3 tea bags and a couple of packets of sugar. No more searching at the bottom … Continue reading
Did you know that the phrase “When pigs fly!” originated from a Scottish Proverb… Pigs may fly, but it is not likely. While this delightful guy may never take flight, he did fly off my knitting needles.
I am absolutely infatuated with these curly snakes. But please do not tell my husband – he HATES snakes.
Well, the day I always knew was coming, has arrived! I took the plunge! I bought my first pattern! Now I know what you are thinking … I have been knitting for 6 years and have never purchased a pattern. … Continue reading
Today’s knitting project is darling little doggie. While he is not for sale, if he was sitting in the store window, he would not last long. Everyone would want to take him home!
If you are like most knitters I know you have a drawer full of odd bits of yarn. You hate to throw them away, yet you are unsure what to make with them. I have the perfect quick knit for … Continue reading