Crafts and Patterns

December 5, 2011

A few days ago I mentioned making a Crocheted Headband. Today I typed the pattern and it is now available for sale. One ball of yarn should easily make one headband and one pair of gloves.

With the cool season here why not make a few sets; some to keep and others to give away as Christmas gifts.

Have a great day!

November 29, 2011

There are many people who enjoy crafts but do not care to make them, or know how to make them. This is no reason to not have a business based on them however. My special report will teach you how to open a craft based business without requiring any craft skills on your part. This is not to say you will not benefit from the business if you are craft-oriented however. A craftsperson can easily utilize my suggestions to the fullest and quickly build a very profitable business.

Order your copy today and start your business venture tomorrow!

November 25, 2011

I always have cold hands, and would wear gloves all the time if I could. As wearing them impedes my ability to type, I have made myself a pair of Fingerless Gloves. They keep my hands warm yet keep my fingers free for typing. I have even been able to crochet with them on.

I encourage you to try them. The fun part about making your own is you can have a pair to match any part of your wardrobe.

Have a great day!


November 2011

This portion of the blog will focus on crafts and patterns. I have designed  a few different patterns and have shared some in my first book. It is always fun to try something just a little different when it comes to crochet and other crafts.

Today I designed a little project - a Tooth Fairy Pouch. It is made from 100% cotton yarn and was completed in approximately an hour. It is a neat little idea for any kids who are about to lose a tooth. It can be made in any color and is suitable for both boys and girls. It is the perfect size for placing under their pillow. The pouch is worked in single crochet and made in two pieces. The pieces are joined and a chain handle is added (it is optional) to make it easy for little hands to carry it around. Kids will be kids, and they will want to take it everywhere with them until it is time to place it under their pillow.

For your copy of this pattern, please click on the link in the sidebar.

Have a great day!


1 comment:

  1. The Tooth Fairy Pouch pattern is also available on Ravelry