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Annie

A wife and mom, a worker bee, a churchwoman, a reader, and a crafter. What more is there to know? :)

Hardworking cheer?

Decor is not my strong suit. It’s definitely not something you’ll find much of on this blog. And I don’t suppose decor would normally be considered hardworking, either. But I guess I’ll go out on a limb and call this Christmas wreath a Hardworking project and put it here anyway. […]

Zany stocking cap

Last week’s project, a stocking cap, was something I did at someone’s request with some yarn that she’d already bought. I used a pattern I found in one of Auntie’s old knitting books. It’s a sensible design that’s simple enough I was able to hold conversations, help with homework, watch […]

Baby cocoon

One more thing to share from the past few weeks–a baby cocoon for a new nephew or niece on the way. Aren’t these colors fun? The yarn is all Caron Simply Soft. I picked the green (“pistachio”) because I think lots of boy-girl exclusive baby things are too limiting. Girls […]

Brilliant hat

Here’s another project that kept me busy during my month-long blog absence. I’ve blogged about Grandmother’s hat pattern before. It’s straightforward, simple even for a klutzy, inexperienced knitter (me), and gives solid, predictable, warm-but-not-too-bulky results. The only change I made this time was in width. The recipient (another animatronic penguin) […]

Fun, frilly scarf

I haven’t posted in a month, but that isn’t because I haven’t been crafting. I have, probably when I shouldn’t have been since I’m in the midst of a thousand other projects, concerns, and complications. It’s a strange logic I operate under…somehow I can justify taking the time to do […]

A winter hat NOW? and a few others

I find I’m still trying to console myself after my pattern-sizing failure. Mostly I’ve been doing that by completing other planned projects. Here are a couple that I’ve finished (or started and finished) over the last few weeks. This hat is a case of my finishing something someone else started. […]

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