Monthly Archives: October 2012

Friendship Bracelet Cuff

Ooh, this one was fun. Remember friendship bracelets? There were several elementary and middle-school years where every road trip, summer camp, or family vacation resulted in several new friendship bracelets. I really liked the fancy-looking chevron pattern, so when I … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween!

My crochet habit continues… this time with crocheted candy corn! I got the idea from the purl bee, but their pattern called for knitting, which my lovely crafting coworker has not yet convinced me to learn (and I’ve been having … Continue reading

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Fall Wardrobe: just-past-the-knees wool skirt

Item 1 on my fall wardrobe list was a just-past-the-knees wool skirt. I have another knee-length skirt with an elastic waist that I figured would be a good “pattern” for this skirt. Well, I apparently didn’t do a good job … Continue reading

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A Crocheted Cactus Quintet

I’m having tons of fun crocheting these little cacti. They come together in an hour or two, so it’s a great project for an evening when you want to have something to show at the end of it! It’s also … Continue reading

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Fall Wardrobe

Inspired by Jen at Grainline Studio, I’ve been mulling over my fall wardrobe. What do I want to make this fall? Just-past-the-knees wool skirt (perhaps with this simple pattern and this wool?) Duo-tone black/gray top from upcycled t-shirts Dolman sleeved … Continue reading

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