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In an attempt to reduce my yarn stash, I have been knitting a few toys. These toys will then be donated to one of the organizations that I make goodies for. My latest project was a giant octopus.
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
While it is spring, and the weather is turning warmer, it is never too early to start planning for winter. While that sounds nice, the reality is I am working through a pile of projects that are in some stage … Continue reading
With Covid-19 going on, it does not look like there will be any trips to the beaches of Florida anytime soon. So instead, I thought I would bring a piece of the beach to me. So sitting on the bookcase … Continue reading
I knitted my first flying pig a little over a year ago (here). When I was asked to knit another one, I was happy to oblige. This little guy knit up quickly using a free pattern by Blue Sky Fibers. … Continue reading
In my recent browse through Pinterest I saw a super cute cactus hat, but it was crocheted. I was determined that I could knit one.
I had hoped to knit new dishcloths in 2019, but it is a new year and maybe this will be the year. I started my knitting off with a set of two-tone teal dishcloths.
I have found my new favorite dishcloth! These dishcloths are amazing. They are super sturdy and have a thicker texture than most knit dishcloths.
With summer coming to a close, this sea turtle is ready to make a splash in the ocean. I began with a free pattern written by Rebecca Olsen. The pattern in knitted in pieces and required a bit more … Continue reading
Meet Alamo the Armadillo. My daughter named this guy Alamo, and since the armadillo is the state animal of Texas, it seemed fitting.