Photo by SewrellaCheck out her Hand Crochet Color Block Blanket here. Welcome to week 2 of the crochet education blog series. This week we are featuring a Sewrella pattern but before we go into that let me know down below how you are coping. We are about to start week 3 of sheltering in place. … Continue reading Crochet and Educating My children! Week 2
Check out A Crafty Concept's Bubble Bug Pattern Are you just trying to get through the day? Are you trying to figure out how to homeschool your children? Are you trying to figure out how to fit in crocheting the crazy away? Like many other areas of the world, there are a lot of restrictions… Continue reading Crochet and Educating My Children. YES PLEASE!
There is just something about those twisted knot headbands that makes me absolutely love them. They are simple to make yet look more complicated. Plus, it is an added bonus that you can add some style and warmth with something that fits in your pocket. After making several twisted ear warmers, I realized I could… Continue reading Twisted Mini Bean Hat
If you have seen my most recent post and liked it, then you will love this one too. This one is another stocking in my series and it will go perfectly with the pencil stocking. If you love having themed things or you just want all your holiday items to match, then make this pencil… Continue reading Paper Stocking
There only a few weeks until summer. A few weeks until my three children are running around the house all day long. I have been so busy this year helping in school and working on end of the year teacher gifts that I didn’t realize how soon this is coming. I am a mom of… Continue reading How can I justify crocheting while my children are home for the summer?