Our sweet Valentine heart-shaped towel ring is the perfect accent piece for your kitchen or bath. Hang a small decorative towel which can be removed for easier laundering on the ring. Worked in yarn, it’s a quick project that’s decorative and useful!
Its not often that you make friends online that last – ahem, 20 years! This past week my friend, Karen, from Northern CA came down to visit for a few days.
I realized that it’s been quite awhile since I last did a pattern review from another site/blog. I found this pretty heart this morning (Monday morning) and…
Valentines conjures up lacy hearts for me. And this heart is so pretty and versatile you could embellish linen or even mold the hearts to add to garlands, wreaths or chain them together for a Valentine garland all unto themselves!
Beat the winter cold with our new Northern Star Collection starting with our ear warmer/headband! Keep your ears toasty warm against the cold in a stylish ear warmer using post stitches for the maximum warmth and comfort possible.
Can there really be enough heart shaped coasters online? Nah! Here’s another version – make, gift, keep and love! It’s as simple as that…
Get ready for Valentines with hearts, hearts and more hearts! From kitchen and dining room projects to dainty earrings; there’s a little something for everyone to make their Valentine extra special!
Whether you’re snowed in or just in need of inspiration, I’ve collected a small group of projects that are perfect for winter crochet. Whip up something quick or work on a project that takes more time to complete. From lapghans (or an afghan) to a petite thread coaster, these will inspire.
Need some inspiration to trim the gifts? Using candy not only adds a unique touch, but provides the recipients with a second little gift in the process! Here are some ideas…
In discussing these socks with someone recently it occurred to me that I’ve been using this sock pattern for my dad, for well over a decade!
With holiday baking and cooking, this scrubby will come in handy! Shaped like a Christmas ornament, it’s perfect for the holidays!
At some point during the busyness of the holidays you’ll want nothing more than to relax and spend time with family. Turn off the mobile devices, stay home, and just enjoy the sounds, comfort and joy of the season with your family.
The wonderful “encyclopedia” of Indispensable Stitch Collection for Crocheters remains a favorite of mine! So many wonderful stitch combinations to choose from and one can’t help themselves but to design something using one of their favorite stitches. This time, it’s a lapghan for my MIL’S Christmas using a fun stitch combination.
Like food on your plate, you eat with your eyes first. For me, the same for packaging. You might not think this is true but have you ever been to a Christmas party gift exchange? Everyone vies for the best wrapped gift or the most unusual packaging. It’s like they can’t wait to see what’s inside.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this placemat setting project. For a more informal and fun project, work in your home decor colors and omit the stocking silverware holder. Today I’m posting the last part, the napkin rings. Only two rounds and they’re so simple and fast, you can get them done in almost no time at all!
As we inch closer to Christmas we think of co-workers, that small gift exchange, our hair dresser, or postman. But with little time left, we need something quick. With these projects you can be guaranteed success with quick, last minute gifts and decorations that’s sure to bring a smile.
Often the excitement to open a gift comes from the packaging itself. Why not create a gift bag that delights someone even before they pull out the real gift? This sweet and simply bag boasts cinnamon sticks for an added holiday delight.