3 May 2013 - 09:39
I stumbled upon these on Pinterest not long ago. I did a bunch of digging and finally found the exact blog post that shared the images:
Turns out they are from an Etsy seller that either no longer exists or has changed names. Which I find supremely disappointing because these are SUPER adorable. I want to make the for Baby Charlie! I bet I could make something up that’s similar…hmm…
18 April 2013 - 10:20
I’ve bit on a bit of a coffee cozy kick lately (alliteration hello!) so I admit I drooled slightly when I saw these chevron coffee cup cozies on Ravelry:
29 January 2013 - 09:53
Sometimes I just feel jealous that people are out there coming up with adorable, awesome stuff like this! I wish I was that clever. This would be a great wall decoration in a baby/kid room! And if you put some pipecleaners in there they’d be really great V-Day prezzies for friends!
23 January 2013 - 09:42
RainCloud by OwlPrintPanda
RainCloud by amylbri
HOW CUTE IS THIS?!
Must make one…right now…*runs off to crochet*
21 January 2013 - 09:44
A few days ago I wrote about some really cute and simple heart motif patterns I found online. To give you an idea of the diferences between them I went ahead and made one of each using the same yarn and hook.
Turns out it’s really hard to photograph red. For me, anyway.
They’re all relatively heart-shaped. I found Kundhi’s to be a bit more round than the other ones. I like my hearts to be a bit more on the oval side. The Karlssons Kludeskab heart I think is the best “bang for your buck”; there’s only one round and you use a magic ring to make the inner portion of the heart closed and neat. I whipped out about 12 of them in under an hour. I think it would also be the best one for attaching to gifts for St. V’s day. The sarahndipities heart is much larger than the others, and I think would indeed work best for garland or hanging from something.
Have you tried these hearts? What did you think?