There isn't a pattern on this post, but if you search Google you'll find some. This was made by trial and error for my small head. This project took a lot of time, and was fiddly with the bulk of the cans once they were joined, so I don't think I would make it again.… Continue reading Gram’s Guinness beer can hat
In my garage was an Opus One wine box box that has moved with me to a few homes with the idea it could be made into something else. I mean, since 1994. Sadly the lid was warped, so it limited what I could do with it. I removed one long side then attached that… Continue reading Repurposing a wine box
Joann fabrics had doorbusters and this jumbo yarn on sale 3 for $20. They're @1,000 yds each. Before you poo-poo this yarn, hear me out. It's perfect for something I needed - a small washable rug for winter. My feet have been cold on the bare floor when I sit at my table. Pulling from… Continue reading Crochet rug
Made these for someone who eats PBJ everyday and they like silly stuff. Before gifting, a quick photo session in the spring green grass. They loved these. Happy crocheting!
Painted recycled lightbulbs collected from years at our old home, and now this one, make great ornaments. These Grinch ones are fun to paint. The idea was on Pinterest years ago. People love to receive them and I can't think of a more appropriate mascot for 2020. Painting and hot gluing out in the shed.… Continue reading Grinches for Christmas
A few petite pumpkins for fall gift giving with one to my October-born middle boy. This adorable and free pattern found here. Great TV watching quick project from stash. I made 8 in a weekend, just couldn't stop. The minis are made with sock wool, then some larger with dk.
So, I bought a very odd and old floor lamp, that weighs a ton, and spray painted it Grinch green because - well - I had that color. There was no plan, no great artistic statement, but I feel like all this 'fly by the seat of my pants' worked out very well this one… Continue reading Crocheted Lamp Shade
A new teapot cozy for the teapot I recently purchased. This one is made of 2 granny squares to fit each side, then seamed in anyway I could come up with to keep the 2 pieces together. The rose is an Irish rose, free patterns for this are everywhere online. I had the teapot on… Continue reading Tea and Roses – a Teapot Cozy
We just returned from a bus tour and family visit in Ireland. People ask where we went, and it's more like, where didn't we go? First there was some gift making for the family we would visit... Hats and cowls for the adults: Hackey Sacks for the kiddies: Then we parted on a short flight… Continue reading Ireland in the summer
I really liked the Coffee flower coasters pattern. When I made these, they weren't big enough so I decided to add a few more rows in pattern. Then added a BL(black) 7 stitch DC shell over the WH(colored yarn) ch sp's in front, and picked up each BL(black) CH sp from behind and making 1… Continue reading Colorful Coasters