Wednesday, December 8, 2010

More knit baby hats, sweaters and booties.

I have also made these hats, sweaters, and booties for charities and family. I would love to see that someone would want them for their new little ones.

New hats added to my Etsy store!

Here's two knit hats that I just finished making. I love to knit hats for family, friends and charities.

Baby Blankets

I had to take some time off for my arms to heal up. I have tennis elbows and I just can't stop crocheting and knitting so here is one of the beautiful baby blankets I finished.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Here's a very cute kitten hat....

I made up 5 preemie kitten hats this weekend too. I just love how cute they turned out.

Another knit hat for charity

Here's another knit hat I just finished today. It's was a fast and fun hat to make. It's a simple 2x2 ribbing and most men like it.

knitting for charities

I have been knitting for charities this past weekend and finished a few hats for Hats for the Homeless in MN.
This was one of my wool hats that I finished on Friday.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Cardmaking and scrapbbooking still going on

I still love to make cards and scrapbook too. I got a Cricut a few years ago and just got another new cartridge to play with from
I love their site and I got my new cricut cartridge in just a few days with free shipping to boot!
Visit this site you'll love it.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Knitting for Charities

I have been knitting for charities for a while now and since we are having the hottest weather of the summer this week in MN, I needed something quick and easy to knit.
I have been making chemo hats for a local yarn shop and for Hats for the Homeless.
Check out their blog....
I just finished my first mens hat and working on my 3rd womans hat. I will post pics soon.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Crocheted Potholders

My mom and aunts were avid crocheters and they taught me when I was 8 years old. My grandmother was an avid knitter and she taught me when I was 10. I stuck with the crocheting, but didn't knit again until I was in my late 40's. I haven't stopped knitting since and still crochet a lot too.
Here's a couple crocheted potholders that my mom taught me to make and I still make them today to give as gifts and use myself.

Today I finished a beautiful baby afghan!

I just finished a beautiful baby afghan that will go to my niece's new baby. She is expecting in September and the shower is this Saturday. I loved knitting this pattern too. I was in the Debbie Macomber book- "Hannah's List".
The only dilema will be to give the pink or the green, since they didn't want to know the what they were having ahead of time.