Bee in Your Bonnet

Hello! I have spent the afternoon and evening working on this adorable hat. You can find the pattern here. My only problem was after the brim, my tension became tighter so now the hat is more of a preteen size than an adult size. I will try making another with a looser tension and see... Continue Reading →

Crochet Basket

So I bought this wonderfully bright and soft yarn, Bernat Blanket Brights in Neon Mix. However, I had no idea what to do with it. I had wanted fabric baskets for some time, to organize a little better. Then, last week, I found a pattern for the Spike Storage Basket on Pinterest. You can find... Continue Reading →

Waffle Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

Dishcloths are great projects for beginners to practice new stitches! If you are looking for help reading a pattern or just want to learn to crochet (or knit!) check out the Book A Lesson tab above. You can now book a private video lesson with me, Priscilla 🙂  Book a 1-on-1 Video Lesson Check out... Continue Reading →

Camouflage Baby Booties

I made some Booties last week for a baby shower. I looked everywhere for a free pattern and couldn't find anything that was for simple little booties. Just when I was about to give up looking I found a pattern for minion booties that was a style I liked. I followed the pattern exactly but... Continue Reading →

DIY Plaid Crochet Hat

I made this hat earlier this winter. I love it so much, I wear it all the time and always get compliments. The free pattern is linked to under the picture. Try it out!

Puppy Mug Hug

I made this Puppy Mug Hug a few years ago. It's so cute, I thought I'd make a post about it. The instructions are at Red Heart. The only thing I would differently now, is add a single crochet border around the top and bottom because I do not like how uneven it is.

Crochet Catnip Balls

This my most popular creation yet. Well, in a cat's opinion. I can't even finish these toys before my cat is trying to play with it. I have to hide the balls that I make to sell because my cat would try to play with all of them. Every cat I give them to goes... Continue Reading →

Crochet Bowser

Back in May and June of 2013, I made an amigurumi Bowser for my dad for father's day. The free pattern can be found at https://shedko247.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/bowser/. There are so many pieces to make, so it's a bit time consuming, but so worth it. Below are progress pictures of the Bowser I made.

DIY Clothing Labels

I've had this idea in my head for a while now but it has taken me a long time to get around to it. I've used iron on transfers in the past so I began to wonder if I could use them with pieces of ribbon to make labels. I tried it with a piece... Continue Reading →

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