Not to be confused with HoneyCOMB Fingerless Gloves, these mitts have little bees stitched onto them after all the knitting is done! I tried a few times to knit the bees in, and it was just too fiddly working with 4 colors in a small area. Too much for me, so the next option was … Continue reading Honeybee Fingerless Mitts
A friend of mine had asked me to make a fox for her 2 year old little girl, and I have just recently finished it. I'm so excited, it's so precious. I found the cutest fox pattern by Sarah Gasson. Her website is Knitables - visit her site, she has adorable toys and accessories! And … Continue reading Cheerful Fox
One of the ladies from our knitting group has been given lots of yarn and books, booklets and some notions here and there from a family member whose mother-in-law passed away. She brought so many books and a few patterns one night for us to pick through.... Mom and I came home with several books with … Continue reading Holiday Toys in the Edenton Coffee House!
Happypotomas Number 6 This Happy Hippo is traveling to my little cousin-to-be - he's due to arrive next month and I'm so excited! My aunt and uncle asked for several toys for him, some you may have already seen, but I will add a few photos anyway. As with most of the hippos I chose … Continue reading Gifts for the New Little Man
Albemarle Craftsman's Fair - Booth Display 2017 Here is how my booth looked this year... Let's zoom in on the tables so you can see the toys a little better.... 🙂 Well, the pictures came out a little blurry, but you can kind of see all the different things I've been working on. I was … Continue reading ACF 2017
Happy Autumn, everyone! Are you ready for sweater-weather? Hot cocoa? Is your yarn basket full to the brim with Fall colors? This post is of previous projects, and toys that are hot off the needles. - Little Brother Saints Bear - For my uncle one Christmas I made a bear from the Simplicity bear pattern … Continue reading Autumn Has Arrived!
Happypotomas Number 5 - Materials and tools used: Hempathy yarn in multiple colors, US size 4 steel crochet hook, yarn/tapestry needle, polyester stuffing. The ends of yarn left from finishing off each individual motif were crocheted in as I went along, making life easier by not having to weave them all in when I was … Continue reading Happy Hippo # 5