I have had the pleasure of making two pairs of socks for my one-year old recently. She wears size 6C toddler shoes, so you can use that as a reference for size. The cuff is very close to being too tight, so if your child wears a 7C or larger, you’ll need to increase the… Continue reading Toddler Socks
Whoa!! How did the years go by so quickly? In the last 3 years, I’ve learned to knit. Another skill to add to my bag of tricks in case the manufacturing industry goes to hell and we have to make our own goods. Hey, it could happen, right? I would be completely naked, except socks,… Continue reading Knit Socks
Hey, everyone! Thanks for visiting. I just wanted to announce the arrival of my new baby, Jack! He’s a 13-week-old male pug. Although he doesn’t know it yet, he’s super spoiled. Get ready for some doggy crafts! Kisses. Tam.
Hey, everybody. Here’s a great project I came up with while shopping at a used home goods store. They had a bunch of old cupboard doors for a dollar, so I bought them to make some signs for the wedding. Since we’re getting married in a botanical garden, the guests have to walk along certain… Continue reading Vintage Chalkboard
Here’s a great craft I saw on Pinterest and had to try. I don’t know what other people call it, but I’m calling it a tidy travel towel. Catchy, huh? This thing is perfect for taking on trips. You can customize it to hold whatever bathroom essentials you need on your trip. Step one: Find… Continue reading Tidy Travel Towel
Hey, everyone. Here’s my first craft to share with you. A headboard slipcover. My inspiration came from my brother, Dave. We’re moving into a new apartment, and he needed a bed. So being the awesome big sister I am, I gave him my full-sized bed from college. Unfortunately, the headboard was too girly. Mom and… Continue reading Headboard Slipcover