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Tag Archives: i-cord
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
Even though it is March, and a little early for strawberry season to begin, I could not wait to share this darling little strawberry keychain with you.
If you are like most knitters I know you have a drawer full of odd bits of yarn. You hate to throw them away, yet you are unsure what to make with them. I have the perfect quick knit for … Continue reading
Today is hug your cat day. Since my hubby is a dog person and hates has a strong dislike for cats, I thought I would share this adorable cat I knitted.
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
This summer I have been busy knitting up a set of little toys. These have all been to help reduce my stash of left over yarn, that is too small for most projects. These little kitties were a great match.
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.
Did you see yesterday’s post for an Easy Eye Glass Case? Today I’m sharing a different version of the same project.
Have you been following the internet sensation of April the Giraffe? If you have missed it, a giraffe at Animal Adventure Park, April, is pregnant. A video monitor has been set up in her stall and you can watch her … Continue reading
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.