I had hoped to complete a few blocks of my Texas Christmas Shop Hop Quilt last week, but life got in the way. I have been extra busy at work and preparing for the fall craft fair season with Creative Sisters of TX. But I have not abandoned this project. Today’s quilt block is a Santa Hat from Urban Spools Sewing Lounge in Dallas.
My goal is to complete a few more blocks this week in between work and a top-secret Christmas project that I am working on.
What are you working on currently?
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Here in Texas, we are headed into the hottest part of summer, with more 100+ days. When I took down my patriotic wreath, I knew I needed something else but summery. After a trip to the Dollar Tree for inspiration, I came home with three items – a pizza pan, a sun hat and a fat quarter of watermelon fabric. In less than one hour (plus dry time) I had a new wreath.
Continue reading “Quick Summer Wreath”
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 of completion. But hey, one day it will be cooler and I will actually get to where the hat. Continue reading “Gnarly Hat”
When I stumbled upon this little guy, I knew I had to knit him. Since tomorrow is World Kindness Day, I felt now was the perfect time to share him with you. Continue reading “Kindness Monster”
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. With a few tweaks to Marji LaFreniere’s original pattern, I had my own Bumble Bee Hat. Continue reading “Bumble Bee Hat”