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Today I bring you the last hat in my Olympic Inspired Hat series – Slovakia I have to admit I really did not know much about Slovakia before this. It is a small country, but full of castles, and caves. … Continue reading
Here is the second hat in my Olympic Hat Series. While the Japanese were dressed in neon orange, the Latvian team was much more subtle with long-white parkas. But, their hat was absolutely stunning and is what inspired this entire … Continue reading
Yes, I know the Olympics are over, but I have been developing this post for a while and am finally ready to share it with you. While the world was watching the opening ceremony and discussing the joining of the … 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.
Are you a Dr. Who fan? You do not have to be to love this little guy.
Introducing Peppy the Penguin! I knitted this guy up just before Christmas using #6 needles and some yarn in my stash. He came out taller than I expected at almost 7 inches, but was worth the effort. My favorite feature … Continue reading
Browsing through Pinterest one day, I came across these adorable finger moustaches and my daughter wanted one. Since I rarely knit for my own family, other than dishcloths, how could I say no to this little project.
My friend’s son is obsessed with all things Mario. She asked me to knit up this cute mushroom for him. Since I am always looking for something to knit, I quickly jumped at the chance.
While the box of items for Craft Hope has left the house. I still have several items to share with you. Today’s project is the Circle Chain Hat by Megan Poteete – Johnson. I found this pattern on Ravelry. So … Continue reading