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Tag Archives: beads
The next easy SWAP that I included in the SWAP kits I made for camp was a Tic Tac Toe in a bag SWAP. If you have ever looked on Pinterest, you will find dozens of these SWAPS. They are … Continue reading
I am absolutely infatuated with these curly snakes. But please do not tell my husband – he HATES snakes.
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!
I decided to start out 2019 with a couple of little tiny knits. With my goal to knit 100 items this year, some will have to be tiny to compensate for the larger projects I hope to complete. This adorable … Continue reading
This weeks knitting project is an adorable Bluebird.
With my overloaded summer schedule, I did not get as much knitting completed as I had hoped. But when I received a call from my favorite organization asking for a basket of knit “critters”, I knew it was time to … Continue reading
Today is hug your cat day. Since my hubby is a dog person and hates has a strong dislike for cats, I thought I would share this adorable cat I knitted.
Today’s knitting project is an adorable little bumblebee. I found a set of free patterns from Valley Yarns of animals made from a simple ball. This ball was knitted in the round with yellow and black stripes. After stuffing the … Continue reading
Today I’m sending you lots of love with the help of this little bunny. I began with a free pattern, by Sara Elizabeth Kellner, I found on Ravelry. The pattern began at the neck and knitted in the round to … Continue reading