This Months Top Treats
At Christmas we received a surprise Christmas gift package in the mail from a family member we hadn't heard from in over a year. In app...
For what I'm labeling as yesterday's Operation One Skein, i not only made a cover for my paper clip canister, a wool hat, I was ...
It is time for the last challenge of June on Twisted Thursday at Outlawzchallenges.ning.com! This months sponsor is I will mak...
Sunday, June 21, 2015
I wanted to find something cow themed to toss in with the Cow Lovey Baby blanket I am working on. I had some left over yarn and decided to attempt some Cow Baby Booties. You can find the free pattern here. Mine do not look quite the same, I used a G hook, and Caron Simply Soft Yarn. I omitted the horns and had to improvise on exactly how they would turn into the shape of a bootie since I was not quite clear on the directions. I think they turned out pretty good, and will definitely make a wonderful addition to the blanket.
Find the pattern I used here!
You will find that mine are different and that is because I was a little confused when directions stated fold in half. So below is a little tutorial and how I actually put mine together. It involved turning bootie inside out.
Friday, June 19, 2015
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
I decided to make this card for the Digistamps4Joy Anything Goes challenge with the twist of Spring. When I think of Spring, I think of flowers, weddings, and green grass. In my card I have the flowers, the green for the grass, and the wedding tulle with pearls to accent the corners.