Living in Tidewater, Virginia, you never know what sort of weather to expect during the non-summer seasons. This time last week you’d never know we had snow. In this area, a mere dusting of snow qualifies everything to shutdown–including my workplace. What better time curl up in pj’s, throw on the Netflix, and breakout the Hooks? I decided to rekindle my on-again, off-again love affair with Netflix by delving into Marvel’s Jessica Jones.
As part of of goal to Crochet a Hat a Day, I chose this easy breezy puff stitch slouch for my second hat. This is my first time doing a puff stitch anything. I love how fast it worked up! I’d love to experiment much more with the puff stitch for hats. I think this makes a lovely accessory for autumn. This could be a potential go-to pattern for making a pumpkin hat, or an acorn hat. I found this free pattern from B. Hooked Crochet. It was an easy pattern to follow for those wanting to give the puff stitch a try. Continue reading “Pumpkin Puffy Puff Slouch”
I have a new goal, that is to crochet a hat a day. I’m doing this as a way not only to build my crochet repertoire, but to also build up my inventory. I’ve been crocheting more and more these days and I’m toying with the idea of an etsy store. If anything else, I’d like to at least make enough money to fund my yarn-buying habit. I don’t know what will come of it. For right now, I’m doing this as a way to have fun, and expand my crochet skills. Without further ado, I present to you my first hat of my personal campaign. I dub it the TARDIS Blue Beanie. Continue reading “A Hat a Day”
After three years at the job, it’s time for me to say good-bye to the gals in the bakery. My manager knows how to give a good going away gift! Along with some beautiful yarn, she gave me this awesome CrochetMaster hook set from Boye. This set of hooks contain several for lace, something I have yet to do, will have to give it a go now. It’s safe to say I’m set for hooks! Continue reading “I Should Go Away More Often — CrochetMaster Hook Set!”