Recently, I went to a triple baby shower, not for triplets, but for three separate soon to be mommies. I decided that I would try my hand at some fabric baby booties and the result is this post. I got the pattern from The Purl Bee (my newest favorite place), which was for some adorable felt booties. With a few modifications, this pattern became great for some left over flannel I had on hand.
I came across this project on Pinterest and knew it had to happen. Paper Matrix is an awesome blog chuck full of printables for a Silhouette Cameo that you weave together to make incredible 3D objects. There are a ton of balloon patterns available; I opted for the scalloped version. The weaving takes a little getting used to, but is so worth it. Plus, for the balloons, there is a YouTube video available.
Probably a year ago or so, I came across the lovely Big Herringbone Cowl by The Purl Bee and was intrigued. I wanted to make it but just really didn't feel like knitting. Then, my amazing friend, Abby or LADY from the NORTH, showed up wearing it and I knew I had to make it. I had some yarn in mind from my stash, however it wasn't quite thick enough and I wasn't sure if I had enough so I modified things a bit. Originally, I was planning for it to be a cowl and started out knitting in the round, but the color changes were going in a diagonal and didn't look too great, so I switched to knitting the herringbone stitch back and forth. Then, once I finished, I just liked it better without the ends connected. I added a little linen stitch bow for a touch of femininity. All in all, I quite like the end result.
You may have noticed that a new post hasn't showed up on my blog since last October. Truth be told, I had so much going on that the blog kind of fell by the way side. One of the reasons for this absence was that I was busy making things for the Christmas Beehive Bazaar last December. I thought I would share how it all turned out. (By the by, if you follow me on Instagram, you may recognize some of the items!)
Hey there! I'm Kristin, aka Kit. Here is just a peek into my crafting mind. I hope you find something to spur your creativity!