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INFO: I have wanted an adjustable birthday crown, sturdy enough to be worn by kids of all ages throughout a party. This turned out even better then I imagined! It would be great for classroom’s star student, king and witch costumes, over the hill parties, bridal showers and more.
SALE: I have been offering this pattern as free with purchase. Sometimes the code hasn’t been working, especially when other sales are in place. Therefore, I have deactivated the code and will be manually sending this pattern ONCE A WEEK to everyone who purchases from my shop during the month of May. Please allow time for this to be sent. ...
INFO: A friend sent me a picture of a fleece version of this and I think it is one of the best inventions yet. Whether you are a runner, hunter, coach or having a bad hair day, this is perfect for you! Great for men and women, this slips over teen/adult size ball caps. It could also be attached to the bottom of your favorite character or regular...
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves, Headwrap
I made this pack for a quick solution to last minute gifts. I wanted a new, slightly chunky, headband and mitt set for my family. These whip up in just a few hours and the set takes less then 2 skeins of Lion Brand Tweed Stripes. Other yarns may be substituted.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I designed this hat based on my ice cream boarder which I love. My daughter wanted a lighter weight version with a looser feel. This is made using Lion Brand Tweed Stripes, but any similar yarn (heavy worsted or lighter weight bulky) will be great. I have also used worsted weight yarn (held single strand) and it was adorable, just slightly smaller.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is by Michele Miller for the Beanies for Bravery Project, sending beanies to U.S. soldiers. as of August 2012 almost 1000 beanies have been sent. Please help us send another 1000! all information can be found on the pattern and at snappy-tots.com
I LOVE making tawashis (scrubbers). It took me awhile to figure out a lot of the japanese patterns and I really wanted to make a peach scrubber because our little town celebrates “peach days” every september. This works up really cute as a peach or any color apple. I have even made it from varigated yarn as just a round scrubbie. Str...