Although it has been some time since I’ve posted, I’d thought I’d feature a project that I really enjoy knitting for friends–bracelets! I recently made this bracelet for an amazing lady’s birthday present. Before sealing it up in the gift box, I took a few pictures for julepstyle. Each knitted bracelet I’ve made has beenContinue reading “Knitting Bracelets”
I love outside Christmas decorations. We actually start our outdoor decorating in October for Halloween, use our non-carved pumpkins & add some scarecrows for Thanksgiving, then take down all the autumn and put up pretty lights and a wreath. (If it was up to me, I’d leave our Christmas lights up year-round, but Rob thinksContinue reading “Winter Yarn Wreath (with little owl friend)”
Last May, my best friend sent me an image of a handmade wreath that she made for her mom.
I had a lot of fun making Dad’s Christmas presents.
It’s in Clemson Colors!
More Christmas Scarves
Now that Christmas has come & gone, it’s time to start posting all the great handmade items that I made this year:
I made this scarf for a super-hospitable friend earlier this year….now seemed like a good time to post it.
I recently made this great throw blanket as a wedding gift.
I made this brown scarf for Erin out of Bernat Galaxy in Earth. It’s a little hot for use in July, but it will keep Erin warm this winter.
I’ve been knitting bath puffs lately. The economics doesn’t really make sense; at Wal-Mart you can get a bath puff for $.94, but if you knit one you have to buy the yarn and spend the time knitting it. I’ve been on a crafting hiatus for awhile, and I’m starting to remember how much funContinue reading “Bath Poofs”
I have begun knitting flowers in my spare time. Knitting flowers comes as close to instant gratification as anything in knitting. They are quick & easy & there are NO RULES. You can use whatever kind of yarn you have laying around & make a whole bouquet. I started with Stephanie Shiman’s (of the WoolContinue reading “Knitted Flowers”
This is what i sent to badtz-mari. I hope she likes it; it’s all recycled/reused materials for her enjoyment.
Knitted these for my valentines. Pretty little hearts!
I made this purse for my sister from Georgia and her blog, “On My Mind.” (Found thanks to pretendingsanity.com)