Frozen Banana Bites
Guess what... Hooray! I love Pinterest. My boards are full of cute and yummy stuff and brilliant ideas. The only thing I'm lacking is the time and energy to actually do them. But this week I did it! I carved out some time and made this little "recipe" I have been drooling over for months. It's pretty hard to go wrong with anything that involves chocolate, bananas and peanut butter. They were definitely a hit in our house. Oh and super easy to make... just cut a banana into pieces, top with…
This is my pattern/tutorial for a hanging Birdie Decoration. A completely useless object of course, but very cute all the same. It's an easy project to make, great for using up odds and ends of yarn and can be used...
I designed these little hanging decorations to add some colourful, homespun Hooky Goodness to my Christmas Tree this season, but there's no reason why they can't be used all year round and in all sorts of ways. I've had suggestions...
The Square Throw, Ta-dah!
Hello and welcome to a colourful Ta-dah crochet-project finale-reveal type thingy! Yes, today is the day to reveal my finished Circles-to-Squares Throw...woohooo!! I have to admit I am Very VEry happy to be sharing this with you today, honestly, it's...
These are the perfect cool weather accessory for the “little legs” in your life. I love to put my 2 year old in those cute short skirts and dresses, but I worry about her little legs being too cold. These are great for chilly mornings because they are so easy to slip off over shoes when the sun comes out. She also wears them over tights for added warmth on an extra cool day.
A capelet-come-cardigan, inspired by fairy tales and dreams of Fall romps through the woods with animal friends. Wear over a tank top as the evenings grow cooler, or over long sleeves into early Winter. A shoulder-skimming neckline, a cropped body, and a single button closure all add up to a sweet and flirty cardigan that wants to be a capelet.
Yeah! Another pattern designed to use up your leftover yarns bits. It only takes about 30-40 yards in your main color and about 3 yards in your contrast color.
Granny Tea Cozy Tutorial!
Hellooooo!!!!! *WOW* is all I can say! *THANK YOU* for the overwhelmingly positive response about the Granny tea cozy! I felt so special when I sat down with my morning coffee to read my comments…
One Day Beret pattern by Kirsten Kapur
This is a recipe for a beret. It works with any gauge since it is worked top down - so dig through your stash and cast on! Needle size and gauge will be determined by the knitter.