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Tag Archives: pink
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
Just in time for Easter, this little bunny has hopped off my knitting needles.
Did you know that the phrase “When pigs fly!” originated from a Scottish Proverb… Pigs may fly, but it is not likely. While this delightful guy may never take flight, he did fly off my knitting needles.
When I began knitting my current set of baby hats, I knew this one had to be included. The ribbon rose on top of this hat, makes it absolutely adorable.
If the Big Bow Hat is not your style, and you prefer a more subtle flair, check out this adorable baby bow hat. I began with a free pattern I found online here. This cute hat used a little bit … Continue reading
Every little girl needs a bow in her hair. So on winter months when it’s cold outside, why not put the bow on her hat. Today’s hat was designed by Casey. The free pattern can be found on her blog … 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.