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Cece the Butterfly

Posted by on Aug 18, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

Cece the Butterfly

My first crochet amigurumi pattern for sale! This butterfly is sure to win the heart of the little girl in your life :) This pattern is available for $0.99 US Gauge: 7 sts and 8 rows = 2” in single crochet Difficulty: Advanced Beginner Materials: US F/5 (3.75mm) crochet hook worsted/aran weight (category 4) yarn: A – 60yds/55m/57g/2oz B – 5yds/5m/3g/.10oz C – 8yds/7m/4g/.14oz scissors yarn needle (2) 12mm safety eyes (2) 6” pieces of chenille pipe cleaner Size: 7” long (including antennae), 6” wide This pattern has been tested. I want to...

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Pebbles & Stones Fingerless Mitts

Posted by on Jul 27, 2013 in Knitting, Knitting & Crochet | 5 comments

Pebbles & Stones Fingerless Mitts

My first knitting pattern for sale! This pattern is available for $0.99. With the unique texture of seed stitch and smoothness of stockinette, these mitts are a simple but stylish accessory. You will seam the mitts using either a crochet hook or yarn needle. Both methods are explained with detail in the pattern. I hope you enjoy knitting these mitts as much as I enjoyed designing them for you! This pattern has been tested. I want to thank in advance anyone who decides to purchase my pattern. It is so...

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Granny Stripe Lip Balm Cozy

Posted by on Jul 17, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 1 comment

Granny Stripe Lip Balm Cozy

My first pattern for sale! I need something to help meet the costs of my website, so I decided to put this little pattern up for sale :) I might have some more coming, as well, so watch out for those! This pattern is available for FREE! This lip balm cozy makes a quick and easy gift. You can add it to Christmas stockings, Easter baskets, birthday presents, other holiday gift! It also makes a great “just because” gift. You could also make one for yourself :) I designed this pattern because, well, I needed a lip balm cozy! I couldn’t find a...

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USA Flag Dishcloth

Posted by on Jul 2, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

USA Flag Dishcloth

Pattern by: Kaitlyn To celebrate July 4th, I’ve written up this dishcloth pattern! Enjoy! Materials: US H/8 or 5mm crochet hook Red, white, and blue cotton yarn scissors yarn needle     Let’s get started… with red,  ch 30 hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each st across, ch 2, turn hdc across the row, switch to white, ch 2, turn hdc across the row, ch 2, turn hdc across the row, switch to red, ch 2, turn hdc across the row, ch 2, turn hdc across the row, switch to white, ch 2, turn hdc across the row, ch 2, turn hdc...

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Amigurumi Tooth

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in Crochet, Knitting & Crochet | 1 comment

Amigurumi Tooth

Pattern by: Kaitlyn Hey readers, guess what! I’m getting my braces off today!! Woo hoo! So to celebrate, I thought I’d whip up a tooth pattern to share with you! Seems fitting, right? So here it is: Materials: DK weight yarn G/6 or 4.25mm crochet hook scissors yarn needle 2 buttons (for the eyes) needle and thread (to sew on buttons) red embroidery thread stuffing Let’s get started… First we’ll work on the bottom part of the tooth, called the “root.”  (make 2) ch 2 10 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st to...

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Simple Stockinette Bookmark

Posted by on Jun 18, 2013 in Knitting, Knitting & Crochet | 0 comments

Simple Stockinette Bookmark

Pattern by: Kaitlyn I’ve been enjoying making lots of bookmarks lately, so I thought I’d write a pattern and share it with you! Materials: pair of US size 7 or 4.5mm knitting needles worsted weight yarn scissors yarn needle Let’s get started… cast on 13 sts knit 4 rows k2, p to the last 2 sts, k2 k repeat rows 3-4 until you have 30 rows of stockinette knit 4 rows bind off There you are! A simple stockinette bookmark to gift or enjoy yourself! If you have any questions concerning this pattern, please leave a comment...

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Emery Beanie

Posted by on Jun 10, 2013 in Crochet, Other | 0 comments

Emery Beanie

I’ve just finished crocheting this beanie today, and I wanted to share it’s cuteness with you! It’s called the Emery Beanie. You can find the link to this pattern in my “Other Patterns” page listed on one of the tabs above. Recently, I’ve been making tons (and tons and tons) of baby hats and dishcloths to sell, and this beanie is one of them. I don’t have a place to sell everything yet, but I’m looking into some places. Stay tuned to find out where you can buy for yourself some of the items...

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Inspiring Bible Verses

Posted by on Jun 6, 2013 in Other | 0 comments

Inspiring Bible Verses

As I strive to be more like a Proverbs 31 woman, these verses have been very encouraging to me as I pursue my love of crochet/knitting. I hope they encourage you, too! “She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands.” – Proverbs 31:13 “She puts her hands to the distaff, and her hands hold the spindle.” -Proverbs 31:19   “She opens her hand to the poor and reaches out her hands to the needy.” – Proverbs 31:20 Are there any verses that have really inspired you, whether related to...

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Ravelry Downloads

Posted by on Jun 4, 2013 in Other | 0 comments

Ravelry Downloads

Hello readers! I just wanted to mention that on my site, some of the patterns I link to are labeled as “Ravelry download” or “Ravelry download only.” Please do not be discouraged to click on those links to get the patterns. They will simply bring you to Ravelry as a guest, where it shows you a “download” button to download the pattern. The page will also show you any information about the pattern, such as yarn weight and crochet hook/knitting needle size(s). It will also give you an option at the top of the...

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I Needed a Bookmark…

Posted by on Jun 3, 2013 in Knitting, Other | 0 comments

I Needed a Bookmark…

…so I knitted a Twisted Eyelet Bookmark(Ravelry download only) by Blythe Quelin! I just made this bookmark today so I thought I’d show it to you! I recommend this pattern to anyone who just knows how to cast on, bind off, and these basic stitches: k (knit), p (purl), k2tog (knit 2 stitches together), and yo (yarn over). This was a very fun and easy project that kept me busy for about an hour (more or less). It is so simple to make, yet it looks so intricate and pretty. The pattern is very well written. For my bookmark, I did rows...

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