Crocheted Items

I used to do this back in my younger days. You know what I mean...no children, fat loose and fancy free...and then I got married, had children and didn't crochet a 'lick' for 25 years! That is right twenty-five years but then something happened...

Oh yea...empty-nest, fat and kinda free and what do you know? Crocheting again like a wild woman!!!

For a Very Special Angel-Girl~

For a Very Special Angel-Girl~

With a new grand-baby set to arrive in August it seemed like the right time to start the baby’s afghan yesterday evening – a Tahtee Crazy Good Creation.  I found this pattern on You-Tube and fell in love with it…so dainty and feminine.  I believe it will be perfect for Justin and Krissy’s angel-girl!

The only problem is that once I get started on a crochet project I don’t want to stop.  Those of you who crochet or have a hobby, which also does double-duty as ‘therapy’, understand that statement.

With this lovely morning rain here in the Piedmont… I am thinking I can spend the time I would have spent watering the garden (an hour, at least) crocheting!!!  Yeah, that is exactly what I am thinking.  I will keep you posted on my progress as the days go by.  It looks like I did 6 rows last night.  Let’s see how many I get done this morning.  Psyched!

Time for my therapy session, y’all!  This is the way we do it in the South. 🙂

Sooo cute and feminine~

Sooo cute and feminine~

I just had to share this…it may be my favorite out of all of the ones that I have done…just so dainty and lady-like!

 

 

 

 

 

This one is 1.5 inches wide and is available to purchase.

I make these to order. You design by picking the color, size, and applique!  (See crocheted items on the right hand side of the page.)  If your desired color isn’t listed, send me an email and I will work with you to design the perfect headband.

Get creative~

 

Save a tree…

Save a tree…

Are these not the cutest things ever???  Make-up remover pads, cotton nonetheless!

I have started making facial washcloths to go with the make-up remover pads and I love, LoVe, LOVE both of these items.  You can either wash them in the washing machine or wash them by hand after each use and hang to dry (that’s what I do).

Every time I make a new set of these one of my female family members appear and *poof* my newly crocheted set disappears!  I don’t mind though.  I love knowing they are using something I have made.  This is a money saver in the long run when you think about it if you use the store bought make-up remover pads.

If you don’t crochet but would like more information about this product, leave a comment or email me.

If you do crochet, check out Alli’s blog:  http://allicrafts.blogspot.com