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Can you guess from last week’s Wordless Wednesday post what my most recent knitting project is? For Christmas I received several skeins of Red Heart Amigurumi yarn. My first knit was this flying bumble bee. I love the idea behind … Continue reading
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
Last week I shared the Little Flower Hat featuring a beautiful ribbon rose (here). The original pattern showed a few variations that sparked my creativity. I have seen other bee hats on Pinterest, but none of the patterns were free. … Continue reading
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.
Recently, I knitted a group of small toys that were donated to a local charity. I found an adorable free pattern for a baby panda.
“With great power comes great responsibility.” The next installment of my superhero hat series pays homage to Spiderman. Everyone loves a story where a tragic event (being bit by a radioactive spider) leads to good (becoming a superhero).
While Nat King Cole was not the inspiration for my most recent canvas painting, after completing it, I was reminded of one of his songs “Let There be Love”. Do you remember the line “Let there be birds singing in … Continue reading