March is National Crochet Month! Although I like to celebrate crochet almost every single day, this month makes it an excuse to enjoy it a bit more! 😉 Tons of designers and fiber businesses have come together with Crochetville for the NatCroMo Blog Tour! This is my first year participating with Crochetville, and I am so happy to be doing so. Be sure to check out Crochetville’s Blog every day this month as they are featuring several designers and other crafty fiber friends each day! Continue reading NatCroMo 2017
Several fellow designers and I have gotten together to bring you all super fantastic Black Friday Deals! Some are just for Friday and some even go through Cyber Monday! Be sure to check out the graphics and use the appropriate code to get the deals! I have TWO great sales going on Black Friday 11/25 through Cyber Monday 11/28.
Continue reading Black Friday Sale!!
A few months ago I was approached by Sonya of Blackstone Designs to see if I would be interested in contributing to her Charity Drive. The theme for this one was SCARVES! I will admit that I don’t wear scarves that often, but I do enjoy making them, so I was really excited to be a part of this! The Dancing Aspen Scarf is a super simple scarf made with a few fun stitches that provide solid and lacy sections throughout. The pattern is written in a way that you can stop at whatever length you prefer whether it be shorter to be made into a cowl/infinity or longer to be wrapped! I made mine about 6 feet long!! I hope that you enjoy this scarf and are able to donate it to someone who needs it this winter season ❤
Continue reading Crochet Charity Drive-Dancing Aspen Scarf
Awhile ago I introduced you all to a nifty little technique that I learned on how to make your yarn fuzzy. This hat was my example that I practiced it on and I loved the end results. The fluffing of the yarn gave this little moose hat a more authentic look. As promised, I have this pattern now available to you for free. It is only newborn size as of right now, but if you are interested in larger sizes, please comment below with the sizes you are interested in so I know what all I need to figure out! I hope that you all enjoy it!
Continue reading Newborn Size Moose Hat- A Free Pattern
Hey all!! I wanted to take a little of your time and tell you a bit about Lilla Rose Hair Accessories, specifically the Flexi Clip. No I am not currently a consultant, but I am seriously in love with these clips! They are still relatively new to me, but I already use them almost every day and have found different and fun uses for them. Continue reading to learn more about these awesome clips and have a chance to win one of your own! Continue reading Lilla Rose Flexi Clip Review and Giveaway!
If you have ever tried working with a fuzzy or thicker type of yarn like Homespun, you know that it can be extremely hard to work with. Are the results worth all the hassle? Not always. What I have recently discovered is that you can make a normal acrylic yarn fuzzy and still get that unique, furry look without having to deal with the difficult yarns. Continue reading Make your own fuzzy yarn!
The Holiday Stashdown CAL has been started for awhile now, but if you haven’t been following it here is some information on it!
I’ve teamed up with 14 other crochet designers to share 15 free crochet patterns for holiday gift and decoration projects with you! Continue reading Holiday Stashdown CAL
Last month Glamour4You released this amazing pattern for the Tribal Typhoon Toque! Upon the release of this pattern she also set up a contest for everyone who made this hat within a month’s time. The grand prizes would be a percentage of the sales she made on this pattern in CASH (How cool is that?!?)! Continue reading Glamour4You’s Tribal Typhoon Toque Contest
My son turns 2 this Saturday, so I decided to have a BOGO sale to celebrate! It seems like just yesterday I held him in my arms for the first time, and I am amazed at how he is growing up. Continue reading Birthday BOGO Sale!