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New Pattern Purchase

New Pattern Purchase

I have so much to do, so naturally, I’m blogging. 🙂 But I just HAD to show you all the pattern I just purchased. This is a breakthrough for me, because it is my first garment pattern. But it is just so beautiful that it inspired me to give clothing a try (eventually – not … Continue reading

Blanket progress…

Blanket progress…

So the color I deleted is the darkest purple — the second to last color. I deleted it because it was so much darker than any of the other colors, including the brown, and I just thought it looked weird.  Would you like to see my progress? I love the way it’s turning out. I … Continue reading

Double the Love…

Double the Love…

As I stated in my last post, I went to Houston, TX for the weekend for my husband’s identical twin sisters’ double wedding shower. First I have to tell you about my little adventure getting there. Those that know me know that I am extremely directionally challenged. Our GPS decided it didn’t want to plug … Continue reading

Biggest Project to Date…

Biggest Project to Date…

Since I got my new yarn, I knew I wanted to make a blanket. I was a little hesitant at first to actually make a blanket out of this yarn, because the colors really don’t match my living room decor at all. But I ultimately decided, who cares? This will be MY special blanket. One … Continue reading

Love is in the Air…

Love is in the Air…

Since I’m currently a stay-at-home wifey, I’m trying to be more domestic. This doesn’t come as naturally as some of you may think. I don’t really enjoy cooking or cleaning. But I’m trying. Trying to make home a happy place for DH to come to. Trying to cheer the place up, since we currently live … Continue reading

Flower Pot Cozy

Flower Pot Cozy

Since I am relatively new to crochet (I’ve really only been doing it since last November), I need to be upfront and say that I definitely don’t know how to do everything yet, so projects I post on here are probably not going to be, let’s say, Etsy worthy. But maybe we can learn from … Continue reading