If you’ve ever stood beside a clear flowing river in the sunlight you may find yourself mesmerised by the light reflecting off the smooth stones below. This light weight infinity Cowl reminds me of such moments.
We have had quite a few snowy days this winter! Which means always having a good toque on hand is important!
St. Patrick’s Day is a bit of a fun celebration in Canada. Before Easter, it’s that first sign that the cold, dark winter is coming to a close.
Well, the Winter Olympics are well underway, and there is no secret to what team I’m cheering for – Team Canada!!
Every February it seems I have the same problem! Lost mittens!
More Caron Tea Cake patterns! Yea! You may feel differently, but I just love them. So here I am introducing my latest pattern using two Caron Tea Cakes (shown in the colour English Breakfast) is my “In the Woods Triangle Scarf.”
You may know that a couple of weeks ago I participated in a local craft and vendor sale.
**Scroll down to end for a fun announcement!**
I am in love with the Caron Tea Cakes! I love their colours, their super chunky weight and the acrylic/wool blend.
Hi Everyone! I was so excited this morning as a took my kids out for school! Even though we are well into Fall here in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, the weather has been unseasonably warm. But this morning all that changed and it was finally cool enough for me to bundle up and show off my new Slouchy Hat and Cowl set!
I am a member of a number of crochet groups on Facebook. About a month ago a post was made about a Braided Slouchy Hat and I will confess I immediately fell in love!