I’m making two mermaid outfits for a friend. She’s gifting them to her newborn niece and the baby’s big sister (2 yrs old)… I’m almost done!!
Find these soon in my Etsy shop!
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The weather is already warming up here in SC, and thoughts of spring items are filling my head…
I found this amazingly simply men’s tie pattern here. The headband are my own creations! You can find great flower patterns on my Pinterest page!
Light infinity scarves and shawls are on the hook!!
Be sure to check out new inventory in my Etsy shop!!
Hey y’all! I realize I’ve been MIA the past few weeks…we moved! I’m now ensconced in a nice house in Park Circle here in North Charleston.
Instead of boring you with a verbal history, here’s what I’ve been up to in photos:
Here’s the rainbow wool-eater blanket:
A fiery shawl:
Some nice throw pillows:
And my current WIP, a mermaid cocoon:
Wish me luck in the future!! Big things coming!!
There’s lots more in my Etsy shop, make sure to drop by!
The playoffs are here! Which means I get a good 6-8 hours of hooking time while watching the games with my roommates 😍 I love football (GO PEYTON!) and I love crochet. I pour myself a glass of wine and I’m in heaven!!
I Hooke up this potholder this afternoon, I just have to hook the back and front together.
And I’m trying to add this shawl to the completion bin tonight!!
Happy hooking all you like-minded lovelies out there!!
And, GO BRONCOS!!
Here’s my first try:
After the third round, something began to look a bit off…I tried to keep pushing, thinking it would eventually come together…it didn’t. 😣
After a few agonizing minutes, I began to pull it apart. Starting from scratch, I reread the instructions and realized my mistake, DOH!
Here’s my current attempt:
This really is a pattern. Find it here on Ravelry.
The other day my delivery of Cascade Yarns came in! They came in hanks…which I’ve never dealt with before… Needless to say I spent an hour untangling a hank that I impatiently tried to use. Superfun.
How was I to unwind these hanks? I googled it but I didn’t want to hand roll them into balls. Pinterest to the rescue! A friend found this…
AMAZING!!! So far I’ve unwound three hanks and toilet-rolled them. It’s super easy and insanely convenient.
I’ve decided to add jewelry to my farmers market stock for this spring.
And bringing up the rear are my Rasta Fingerless Mittens!
After barely pondering a new name, a friend of mine suggested a winner…
Come play hooky at Crochet Bay!!
I’ve already changed my Facebook, Instagram, and all my other social insanity sites…but I’m having some trouble changing this blog!! We’ll see if I can get it figured out
Why the change, you ask? Well, this year will hopefully bring some bigger and crazier things in my crochet world! I’m planning on being one of those ludicrous people who wakes up at 6am on Saturdays to…..(drum roll!)…work the Farmers Market! That’s right, Crochet Bay will be crushing a market for the first time EVER!! I can’t wait to display all the pretty pieces I’ve been finishing up/have in the works! If you live near Charleston, SC, come check me out in April!
Speaking of pieces I’m working on/I’ve finished…
A tisket tasket basket:
New overlay potholders:
And colorful kitchen decor!
More to come!!