I bought a gnome named Gus and things got out of hand after that. This is Gus, purchased on Amazon (used) for $17.43. I think he was a return because his eyes were crossed. After a while, I thought I could fix his eyes since I like to paint. I got carried away and touched… Continue reading The Gnome Rescue Project
It's been a fun week working on the tiny workshop after the husband completed the interior painting with a sprayer. Painting was my birthday gift - and it was the best gift. The gift of someone's time and effort. We ordered Zinser exterior paint in the 5 gallon bucket and he ran out, probably because… Continue reading The Tiny Workshop – Part 3
Delivery day for the tiny workshop was yesterday and now it's supposed to rain for quite a while. But there's so much I want to do and I'm not a patient person. I want to be, but I'm just not. During small breaks in the weather a few things were mounted on the exterior, but… Continue reading The Tiny Workshop – Part 2
We have a new granddaughter and she's just precious. Some crochet that was made for her arrival. Here are links to the patterns: Purple crocheted hat, purple crocheted sweater, pink knit sweater and the white hat has no pattern, but the pom was bought at Michael's.
I haven't been keeping up with my blog, but I want to! My web host kept changing things on me, so the blog was getting lost so I brought it back over to WordPress and it should be safer here than in any sub-directory on xyz.blah. It was a craft-filled Christmas and here are a… Continue reading A belated Christmas post
For a cold weather trip to Beufort, NC back in December - brrr.... what were we thinking? Beaufort is a quaint gem of a town kind of frozen in time. So many historic homes, they're all white, and the annual holiday home tour is a real treat. The pattern is the Gingerbread Hat by Angel… Continue reading Charcoal Cabled Hat
This is a free pattern found on Ravelry and this one is made from Feza Softie. I love that it makes the decorative edge as you go.