ISS Hat!
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What do you do when your kid won’t wear a hat unless it has the International Space Station on it? This of course: I”m pretty happy with how it came out.   The hat was made with leftover black worsted … Read More

Viking Hat
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Babies smash things. They make demands.   They stomp about and throw cups.  He NEEDED a viking hat. I could spend days trying to come up with something on my own but never be quite as happy as I am with … Read More

Hexagon Afghan
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Ok, I’ll admit it.   The previous post about a scrap yarn afghan?   It got UGLY and I ripped the whole thing out. Instead, I found a pattern here at Crochet in Color for a hexagon scrap yarn afghan. I’ve altered … Read More

Scrap Yarn Afghan
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I’m trying to simplify my stash of craft supplies and that means being honest about what I am unlikely to use. I have so many half skeins or less sitting there. Really – how many balls do I need to … Read More

Knit Boobs
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I recently made a pair of knit boobs. Yes they have a purpose and yes, I decided to put a nipple ring in one of them. Check out www.knittedknockers.org to find out more and get the free pattern. These were … Read More

Cigar Gloves
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  Here’s a quick post! I just finished up a pair of “cigar gloves” for myself. No, I don’t smoke but these are ideal for still pulling a card out of a wallet or using a phone. Here’s the free … Read More

Extra Long Baby Mittens
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Ive been working on these mittens. The pattern is available as a free Ravelry Download Here by Helena Sweet Knits. Although they are small, they take some time with fingering weight yarn.   I’ve made the cuffs extra long so … Read More

Baby Security Blankets
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I’ve finished up 2 security baby blankets this week.  (I like having a spare). They are super easy and done entirely in half double crochet out of Homespun yarn found in Michael’s.   It’s super soft and squishy and 100% … Read More

1920’s Ruffled Baby Hat
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I’ve slowly been tweaking my pattern for a 1920’s inspired ruffled baby hat.    I love the green and pink combination and this time, I’ve added some ribbing to the middle to help make it snug.   I’m toying with … Read More