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Category: Crochet

Booties take 2 and 3

Because how can you not resist making these adorable booties more than once. This is actually the third time I have made these but the 2nd pair were identical to my first attempt at them. These were made special for my niece who was born in March. Even though I…

Vphee Sweater

About a year ago I subscribed to Inside Crochet magazine because I found that they had a great pattern selection for modern crochet. The only hang up I had was there was a “language barrier” when it came to crochet stitches. UK language versus US, I always had…

Baby Boots

It’s been a while but I finely made something worth blogging about! Having a 3 year old and an almost 1 year old has really put a dent in the amount of time I get to enjoy my hobbies. These boots that I made were supplied by TwoGirlsPatterns…

Crocheted “Bib” Necklace

I happened to come across this great post of a crocheted “bib” necklace from the blog A Common Thread. I thought it was so elegant that I had to try it myself. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like using the cotton thread she…

Multiple Project Post…..catching up

Since it has been a while since I last blogged I will attempt to create a post that covers most of my projects. Since the arrival of my daughter time and sleep is limited and I haven’t gotten back into the groove yet. I go back to work…

Baby Girl Hats with Flower Clips

Hello I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We sure did at our household, I had some smoked turkey for the first time and I don’t know if I will ever want anything different. It was DELICIOUS! One of my good friends recently had a baby girl just…

Finished Crochet Baby Blanket

Well after forcing myself to weave in all the ends to this blanket I finally finished it. I love how this turned out! It was a quick project if I would have just kept with it but I hate weaving in the ends which makes me push things off a…

Determining Yarn Weights

Determining Yarn Weights A great tutorial if you ever need help determining your yarn weights…