Saturday, November 1, 2014

Sweetly Striped

Designed By Esther Leavitt
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Sweetly Striped
 
(Click On picture for link to pattern)

Easy Going Pattern That You Can Sit Back And Enjoy! Great For Beginners With An Amazing Outcome. Easy Memorable Pattern You Don’t Have To Keep Going Back To Memorize.
 
Materials: 11 Skeins of Deborah Norville Premier yarns: Serenity Chunky Weight – color : Pristine.  Size 8 mm Knitting needles. Note: Any Bulky 5 yarn will work. You will need 1199 yards of yarn to complete project.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Baby Sully

 

Baby Sully

Designed By Esther Leavitt
 
 
Time For Pictures! Crochet Baby Sully For A Newborn To 1 Month Old Costume! Great For Halloween Costume Pictures!! Enjoy!


Saturday, July 13, 2013

Free Tatting Classes

Learn How To Tat!
 
 
I know you want to learn how to Tat! I have a series of Free Online Tatting Lessons On my Website!
 
Tatting is a lost art, but is so beautiful. Watch my videos to learn how.
 
Start with the material video grab the stuff you need and lets get going!!
 
 

Tuesday, January 29, 2013


Valentine Striped Scarf


Designed By Esther Leavitt
 
Valentines Warmth! Make this scarf as large or short as you like. Happy Valentines Day! Change the colors and make it for any holiday.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Valentines Beanie



 

Valentine Beanie with Brim!

 It Fits a 20” Head.  So Great For Valentines For The Ones You Love!
 
Click on the link above for the pattern!

Friday, November 23, 2012

Infant Snowman Hat

Infant Snowman Hat! Size is 0-3 month and is super fun! Made from Caron Brand Yarn and buttons for "Two Eyes Made Out Of Coal"! Tis the season! Happy Holidays!

Monday, November 12, 2012

Midnight Scarbon


Midnight Scarbon! Grab those knitting needles! Don’t pass by making the “scarbon” this winter. The Scarbon has become the most popular project of the season. It has grabbed the attention on many around the world. Thick Yarn always makes for fun hats. In this case it is a two part process. First the hood, then the scarf, and sew them together.