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Thinking about posting a few in the Cotton Gin on Etsy. Hmm. Advertisements
New customer and a new custom order! Wahoo! It is for a newborn photo shoot, but this would make a great shower gift! I need to make some matching booties with little claws. Hmm. Something to do tomorrow before work. … Continue reading
Reusable Swiffer sweeper I came up with last week. And a few scrubbies.
I love filling special orders. Hope it is well received!
My new boss was kind enough to include me in her shopping efforts for this Christmas season. I immediately fell in love with her choice of two skeins of I Love This Yarn Ombre in Nightshade. It is several shades … Continue reading
Who doesn’t love a custom order the week before Christmas?! I was ecstatic when I saw the notification from Etsy. I whipped this up over the past few days and plan on getting it in the mail on Monday. Hope … Continue reading
Reposting a favorite ornament pattern. Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Hope you enjoy making these great Christmas Tree Ornaments! (They are also a great way to use up some scrap yarn.) And here’s the … Continue reading
The Cotton Gin Cadet Style Brimmed Cap Worsted Weight Yarn, at least one-half 6-8 oz skein H sized hook Gauge: 4 Rounds = 3 5/8 inches across Stitches used: slip stitch, single crochet, hdc, xhdc(crossed half double crochet). xhdc: This stitch may … Continue reading
Here are some of the tiny Oklahomas that I’ll be taking to my upcoming craft show. Some will end up as ornaments, phone charms or car mirror dangles. And the photo below is of some crochet acorns. I’m not sure what I’ll … Continue reading
Slouchy beanies. My daughter recommended the texture changes in the top photo. I like how it turned out. Each was created using two hook sizes to accomplish the looseness on top and the snugness necessary around the face and … Continue reading
I’ve recently been interested in tiny things. This new obsession instigated the creation of some ornaments or key chain sized versions of the great state of Oklahoma. Different versions of sock yarn give them a primitive, patchwork appeal. … Continue reading
Sold several of these this month.