Before our trip to Walt Disney World last October, I decided to make some fun accessories to take with me. This is the only one that I had time and resources on hand to make, but I had a blast. I got a few compliments from Cast Members and Guests alike. If you’re planning a … Continue reading DIY Minnie Ear Hair Clips (Crochet)
WHY BUY A CROCHET HOOK CASE WHEN YOU CAN MAKE A CUSTOM ONE YOURSELF? I used to carry all of my crochet hooks in a pencil case, but that began to get rather annoying. As they were all in a jumble, I always had to sort through them to find the hook size I needed. … Continue reading DIY Fabric Crochet Hook Case
COWL SCARVES – MY FAVORITE STYLE I’ve found that I tend to prefer cowl style scarves more than rectangular ones as they are comfortable to wear, stylish, and do not have ends that stray away from their place. The best time of year to make scarves, in my opinion, is the early fall. Before the days … Continue reading 3 Easy Crochet Cowl Scarves with Pattern and Yarn reviews
This shrug was made from this crochet shrug pattern from Lion Brand Yarn. It was a really easy and popular pattern. It is so pretty and comfy. I used Lion Brand Homespun yarn in Edwardian. It took about 3 1/2 skeins. What do you think?
The Yarn: Red Heart Sashay I read some reviews that spoke very negatively of it, saying that there were knots and huge holes in the yarn. From my experience, I found 1 knots in 5 balls and about 5-6 minor holes (about 4 times larger than the holes are supposed to be) in one ball. None of these holes … Continue reading Red Heart Frilly Sashay Scarves Review and Pictures
“SNOOD” My husband laughs at the word. It’s such an unflattering word for such a pretty hair accessory. He asked why I was making something which hangs over a turkey’s beak. Anyway…If you’d like to learn a little (and I mean a little) about the history of snoods, here’s the wiki page. My Mum mentioned one … Continue reading Snood – An Odd Word for a Pretty Hair Covering