I’m in love with Home Decor, and truly enjoy finding ways to add punches of crochet into rooms wherever I can! Just a few days ago I had posted about my Daughter’s Bedroom Makeover that we did, and I shared about the different ways that […]
For anyone who knows me in “real life”, they know that I love to decorate and renovate my home just about as much as I love to crochet. Possibly even slightly more *gasp*!! When I was a teenager, all my friends were buying Seventeen Magazine. I was buying home decor mags. I have always loved rearranging the furniture in my home, browsing Pinterest for ideas, and I have never left a hardware store without several new paint chips. So, today I thought that I would merge my two passions right here on my blog. I just finished updating my 2 year old daughter’s bedroom and thought that I would share some pictures to show you what I have done, and how I incorporated yarn into the final design.
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I like to think that I have a pretty sweet job. I work from home in my pjs, set my own hours, and let my creativity be my guide. Of course, the drawbacks would be never quite getting away from work, like, ever. Oh, and the unpredictable pay. And maybe even the lack of face to face contact with other grownups, unless you count the cashiers at the grocery store. I try to get in as much adult conversation as I can while they ring up my order. Just slightly embarrassing. However, the good always outweighs the bad when it comes to this Dream Career, and it never hurts when some extra perks come along that sweeten the pot! Enter, Chetnanigans. Sean and Holly O’Brien are the Masterminds behind the name, and with Sean’s love of wood working, and Holly’s passion for crochet, they are looking to fill a void in the under-serviced Crochet and Knit market. Chetnanigans offers… (more…)
This pattern was written for the Sunset Crochet Fourth Annual Christmas Charity Challenge and I am so happy to have it back on the blog! Better late than never, right!? I really am fond of this pattern! The snowflake design was a happy accident. I didn’t set […]
This was Sincerely, Pam’s first FREE pattern! This pattern is a thank you to everyone who has purchased from me before, and for those who haven’t, I thought that this would be a great way to introduce you to my patterns at no cost to you. As always, this pattern has been tested by several well qualified testers. The Chunky Boot Cuffs Pattern is the PERFECT compliment to the Un’bear’ably Cute Cowl and Mittens. It matches in both yarn weight, and finishing style! The nice chunky weight is exactly what you need for the cool, crisp mornings that this time of year brings us.