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
Mom and I printed out some new item tags and business cards a few weeks ago (maybe last month). 🙂 We think they turned out pretty nice: I like to keep my cards and tags fairly simple - business name, artist info, contact info and website/blog. For a few of the cards, I have colored … Continue reading New Item Tags!
This is Bertie. He is made with 100% Cotton yarn, and carefully stuffed with polyester fiberfill to make him cuddly and hug-able. Bertie is pretty much child-safe, as most of my toys are, meaning he has no buttons or small pieces that could come off and be a choking hazard. If you wish to be … Continue reading Bertie the Bear
A little bit of Summer to brighten your day: A pop of pink from a gorgeous bloom. A Pine cone enjoying the day in a bed of grass. Infant flowers waiting patiently to dazzle the world with their cheerful colors. Have you ever stood under a tree and looked up at the glory above you? … Continue reading A Little Bit of Summer
This past Saturday, my sister and I went to Clinton, NC to a birthday party. While we were in town, we stopped in at Simply NC - a beautiful gift shop where my wonderful friend, Angela, works. The displays of all the different soaps, jewelry, pottery, were just lovely and so beautifully arranged..... I love … Continue reading Gift Shops – Simply N.C.
One thing that I love about the month of June is that the wild blackberries growing around our little farm are ripening! They are absolutely gorgeous, and they taste so good. The picture below was taken of the blackberries right next to our driveway, the one in the middle so plump and almost ready to … Continue reading Nature in Photos