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Meet Alamo the Armadillo. My daughter named this guy Alamo, and since the armadillo is the state animal of Texas, it seemed fitting.
Just in time for Easter, this little bunny has hopped off my knitting needles.
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
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
If you give Marisol the Mouse some yarn, she will likely ask for a pair of double point knitting needles. After digging through your supply bin, you find a pair that are not being used for one of your countless … Continue reading
Do you remember the Delightfully Simple Hat I shared earlier this week? I had some of the variegated yarn left, so I added some gray yarn from the stash and made a variation of the other hat.
Hats are a favorite project for knitters. Last year alone I knitted almost two dozens hats. While I am always on the look out for different and interesting styles and designs, sometimes what you need is a plain ordinary hat. … Continue reading
When I think of owls, I associate them with wisdom. What about you? Archimedes, from the Sword and the Stone, guides young Merlin. Winnie the Pooh always seeks the advice of his friend Owl. And lets not forget Woodsy Owl, … Continue reading
Recently I knitted this cute little koala. At just over 3 inches, he is the perfect size for little hands.
With Easter just two weeks away, I wanted to share my latest canvas project with you.