Today I'm highlighting this brilliant idea by my friend, Ann Alger, who was happy to share this with you . . . Take it away, Ann! Do you have some beautiful shawl pins lying around that you would like to display but aren’t sure how? Here is a quick and easy idea with great results! I … Continue reading Ann’s Shawl Pin Display
Congratulations to Kathy J. for winning the Cotton + Steel Free Fabric giveaway! Kathy will be receiving 2 yards of Melody Miller's Fruit Dots Dottie's Friends Fabric! Thank you for participating, Kathy! Thanks, everyone, for your participation in this giveaway ~ I look forward to seeing what Kathy creates with this cute fabric. 🙂
Your chance to win this cute fabric ends tonight! Why am I giving this away? See the original post! Photo courtesy craftsy.com As Craftsy describes it: COTTON + STEEL FRUIT DOTS DOTTIES FRIENDS CANVAS FABRIC It's impossible not to stare at these lovely ladies and their beautiful hair! Infuse your wardrobe with funky style using this … Continue reading Cotton + Steel Fabric Giveaway Ends Tonight!
Lucky me! Lucky YOU! I entered a giveaway on Craftsy's sewing blog for two yards of Cotton + Steel Fruit Dots Dotties Friends Canvas Fabric. Guess what! I won! BUT...unfortunately, I have no time to sew this cute retro fabric up, so I'm passing on my good fortune to YOU! Photo courtesy of Craftsy.com As Craftsy … Continue reading Giveaway ~ Cotton + Steel Dottie’s Friends Canvas Fabric!
I couldn't resist crocheting Maryetta Roy's Lost Souls Skull Shawl! It was such an easy and fun project! My pattern notes are here. Universal Yarn Uptown DK is 100% acrylic and was very easy to work with and super soft. Conveniently machine washable and dryable as well. I don't do costumes, so this one is … Continue reading Halloween Skull Shawl
I've not been posting much because I was working on a cowl design that I hope to have published soon with an e-zine. I hope to have more info about that if it's accepted in the next few weeks! In the meantime, I finished three projects this weekend. First, my Yak Twyst Shawlette. Knit with Artfibers Yaqui in … Continue reading Still Stashbusting