I repurposed some old wooden crates to display my coffee cups to free up space on my microwave and in my cabinets.
Yeah, the roof is on! I glued and used small nails to attach. I also drew my guide lines for the shingles on the roof pieces before I attached the roof.
I found the pattern for the turtle online at Sew4Home.com and gave it my own flare to match my niece's personality. The only issue I had was the head was too floppy. The only way I could fix it to my liking was to put a stitch in the neck and attached it to the... Continue Reading →
Using a 35 peg(green) round knitting loom, I created the baby cocoon and a matching hat for big sister. Using the 20 peg (sm blue) round knitting loom, I created the baby hat to match the cocoon. The yarn was an extremely soft chenille style baby yarn by Baby Bee that I found at Hobby... Continue Reading →
Kaylee turned 10 and she's been showing pigs in the farm shows the past couple years. Her theme was pigs in shades, she wanted a pig cake, so she got show pigs with style. A delightful pageant of glorious fatty pigginess, with only one winner. Using the sports ball cake mold, I baked up... Continue Reading →