My kids and I recently listened to all the Little House on the Prairie books. I love connecting to that time in history when people lived off the land and depended on each other to survive.
I wanted to design a cozy that could be worked in rows then folded twice so it would be more fun for me to make them. The cozy on a cast iron needs to be double-layered because the pans are so heavy. If you only have one layer, your fingers could press against the holes in the cozy (which is supposed to function as a protection against the heat) and you’ll get a burn and probably a broken toe when you drop the pan.
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Reinvent your home décor with these easy-to-create stool covers. The suggested yarn is unique t-shirt yarn is made from recycled factory off-cuts so you can add pops of color to your home and feel good about it all around!
This playful rug is the perfect place to sprawl out for a quiet time. It can add cheerful color to a quiet corner or offer a little foot comfort next to a bed. My own children all tuck into their own spots for some quiet time with books every day, and I tuck away the sweet memories of these young years to treasure always.
I designed these rugs for my boho living room.
Add some fun to your coffee shop experience by making these unique and reusable coffee cup cozies.
What are best friends for but to explore the world together? These Nature Walk Treasure Bags complete the Bestie collection by giving you the perfect satchels to take on your nature walks. These make excellent gifts for all the nature lovers in your life.
I designed this blanket with the true beginner in mind. Maybe you took a class, or a friend taught you the single crochet. You’ve made a stack of hats, but you want more! This is the project for you.