Craftiness

Pink & Brown Woobies

Making a surprise blanket is always fun, but also nerve-wracking! I scour all three of my local yarn sources, looking for just the right color, just the right weight, just the right texture. But then, I worry... will it go with the nursery decor? Will the parents hate the size? Will the baby hate the… Continue reading Pink & Brown Woobies

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Craftiness

Baby Camo Blanket

One of the kiddos I made a blanket for last year really latched on to his. So his parents requested a second for his first birthday this year... This is my traditional granny square design with rounds of single and double crochets for stability. I used Baby Bee Baby Camouflage Sweet Delight Baby Ombre Yarn.… Continue reading Baby Camo Blanket

Craftiness, Soccer

St. Patrick’s Day Sporting Rosettes

Been working on the St. Patrick's Day Sporting rosettes. Here are some examples of what I've got so far. Large ones like this will be $3, or two for $5. And tonight I'll be working on some Sporting Blue/Indigo ones. Here's a sneak peek of one in-progress: Related articles Sporting Go Bragh! (stevishabitat.wordpress.com) A Family… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Sporting Rosettes

Craftiness, Day in the Life, Do Something Good

Homecoming Flowers

Photo by Veronica Lukasinski Mazvita Lewton Flowers from Mazvita's Angels are on sale now! Gear up for game day and show off that black and gold pride at Mizzou's 100th homecoming with a flower perfect to clip on a t-shirt or in your hair, on a sweater, jacket, purse, or on a headband... the possibilities… Continue reading Homecoming Flowers

Craftiness, Soccer

Sneak Peek – Sporting Scarf

In preparation for the upcoming Grand Opening of LiveStrong Sporting Park, new home of Sporting Kansas City (Wizards), I'm working on a new scarf. It's in the new colors of Sporting Blue and Indigo (baby blue and navy). I'll be in the stands on June 9, cheering on the boys in Azul with my new… Continue reading Sneak Peek – Sporting Scarf

Craftiness

Jungle Boogie Baby Blanket #2

Connor W's Blanket: This was made for a coworker's baby, with the same yarn as the Jungle Boogie Blanket. The yarn I used was Caron Simply Soft Paints “Spring Brook.” I used this basic granny square pattern to get started. Related Articles Candy Colored Baby Blanket (stevishabitat.wordpress.com) Jungle Boogie Baby Blanket (stevishabitat.wordpress.com) Tropical Blue Baby… Continue reading Jungle Boogie Baby Blanket #2