DIY Glass Garden Art Totem

How to make a DIY Glass Garden Art Totem Pole Tutorial The other day, my hubby and I went to our favorite garden nursery in search of vegetable plants and flowers and guess what else I found …. funky yard art! They had every kind of garden art you can imagine from the normal whirly, […]

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Hey Creatives! Since I’ve been sharing my dyeing tutorials and craft how-to projects for several years now, I thought I’d give you sort of a behind the scenes look and show you what I do after I hit the ‘Publish’ button on my blog posts. The majority of my projects are craft related so I’ve […]

Baby Lucy Crochet Headbands

While I was in Texas visiting my daughter and her new baby girl, Lucy Jane, she asked me to make her some headbands. I had a few skeins of yarn from other projects with me and whipped up a few. We giggled at how cute she was with her giant bow. (Click photo to enlarge) […]

Timothy: The little Bear

Description This is my first attempt at creating a pattern. If there are any evident mistakes or confusing directions, please leave a comment to let me know so I can fix this and improve my future patterns! Thank you and I hope you enjoy making Timothy a much as I did (Click photo to enlarge) […]

33 DIY Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day

Spring has finally sprung again and you know what that means … Mother’s Day! I don’t know about you but after all these years I never know what to get my Mom. In case you’re in the same predicament, here are some super DIY Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day. It’s so easy to get her […]

Sand and Surf Crochet Throw

This intermediate granny-square afghan is worked up in beachy shades of tan, white and jade to make a throw reminiscent of sand dollars on the beach. Perfect for an on-the-go project, this afghan is a great way to bring the sandy shore into your home. (Click photo to enlarge) Go to pattern by

Calypso Shawl

The Calypso Shawl, an asymmetric triangle crochet shawl, is a great, all season, wrap. It can be worn a variety of ways and would look great paired with jeans and a sweater, or even worn over your jacket as a scarf. The Calypso Shawl works up very fast and would make an awesome addition to […]

Crochet Country Dishcloth

Simple pattern for dishcloths which will add some great farmhouse style to your kitchen or bathroom. You only need to know how to single crochet and chain to do the spider stitch which give this dishcloth its great texture. (Click photo to enlarge) Go to pattern by

Marble Dyed Easter Eggs with Onion Skins

Easter is literally just around the corner so this tutorial on how to marble dye Easter Eggs with onion skins is super later. But, I’ve been wanting to share it for years now, so here goes. This onion dye technique is how we used to decorate our Easter Eggs when I was a kid growing […]

Madly In Love Hat

I shared the Madly in Love infinity scarf a while back – and it’s been crying out for a matching hat ever since! So at long last, here it is – the Madly In Love Hat, in 3 sizes! (Click photo to enlarge) Go to pattern by

Gathered Rib Scarf

I designed this particular scarf to be on the shorter side, since I only had 2 skeins of yarn. However, it would look very nice if you have a bit more yardage to work with, also, or even in a solid color yarn! (Click photo to enlarge) Go to pattern by

A Very Good Hat

This pattern uses foundation double crochet stitches for a stretchier, more elastic brim. If you prefer, you can chain (the number of fdc listed plus 2) and dc the first round instead. The larger sizes have some slouch – for more or less slouchiness, just add or omit some of the rows that are worked […]