Greek Goddess Cowl

Hello! Man have I been busy, and it seems with everything BUT crochet! But I managed to get in some crochet time. My friend Jessie from Crochet it isn’t Sew let me test out a new pattern she came up with, and I am in LOVE! It’s perfect! She is so good at what she does, and I thank people like her for giving us crocheters beautiful projects to make. The cowl should be released soon, and once it is I will put up a post about it. :)

Anywho, here are some photos of the beautiful cowl. I made it using Lion Brand Yarn. My friend Jenn is modeling and I took the photos.



As you can see, crochet and photography are my two biggest creative loves! :) Anywho, I hope you are having a wonderful day! God Bless.



Learning to Crochet

Last night me and my friend Jenn got together to simply hang out. We went out to a nice dinner and then headed off to Michael’s! She has been wanting to learn how to crochet for a long time so I told her I would try to teach her. There are a couple things I learned last night.

One: I am not a patient person.

Two: I love her to death, but I gave her some links to youtube video tutorials.

Three: I don’t have a career in teaching people how to crochet.

She did an awesome job for someone who had just started! And then it dawned on me, I have been doing this for 15 years! That is just insane to me.

So, I won’t be teaching anyone how to crochet anytime soon. lol

I’m Back! Kind of…

Hello everyone!

Sorry it has been so long since I’ve been on. Life has just been so hectic. My daughter is out of school for the summer so it is just non-stop. But the good thing is that I have been able to crochet a whole bunch, and with that I have tried some new things!

Here I will be showing you the Penelope Shawl I recently finished. I used I Love this Yarn (from Hobby Lobby) in the Kaleidoscope color way. The yarn was a dream to work with and I think I may have found my new favorite acrylic yarn! It is the first store bought skein that doesn’t tangle when pulled from the center, and if you use the center pull a lot, you know what I am talking about. It can be pure hell. But any who, I absolutely love it and will be buying much more in the future! The pattern was so easy and understandable, which made crocheting the shawl a breeze. I think I could have finished the shawl in two days if I hadn’t been so distracted, but well, I have two kiddos and a dog… OH and a husband. lol

Anyway, here are a few photos of it. My husband was the photographer. I think he did very well. ;) I will provide a link to the yarn as well as the pattern that I used. I hope you like it, and I hope it inspires you to make your own shawl!



Today I finished my elephant amigurumi and I am so pleased with myself! It is not perfect, but I finished it and that’s all that matters! It was a fun little project and I think I may do more, well I will because I have to make a second one so my kiddos both have one. We don’t need more arguments between those two!

Anyway, it was fast and to my surprise quite easy. My only complaint is the sewing. And well the crookedness, but that’s my fault. Hopefully with more practice, I will get much better, faster, and less crooked… ehem! So here are a couple of photos of the finished product and I will put the link to the pattern at the end. Have a wonderful day!



New Baby Blanket

I just found out someone very close to me is pregnant with a baby girl so I am starting a blanket! Well actually I have already started a blanket, but I decided I want to do a different one so I went on a search through and found this beautiful yet simple blanket! I am so excited to start it and I can not wait for the finished product! I hope it manages to look as good on my hook as it does in the original… :) Anywho, I hope you are all doing well, and I will post an update soon! I will be using Bernat Baby Coordinates to crochet the blanket in white. The link for the pattern is below. I can’t wait!


Hello everyone! Last night I went to a yarn night at Michaels and had a lot of fun! I arm knitted a scarf, met some pretty amazing women, and started on my first Amigurumi animal. Now that I have started it over again because I lost count, I am in love. I learned that stitch markers are a must, and that it works up so fast!

This elephant was made using Vanna’s Choice yarn in silver blue. It is still a work in progress and not the best in the slightest, but I am proud of it! It’s the first thing I have made other than a blanket, hat or scarf! So here is a photo. I was given the pattern last night, so I do not know where it located. But I do know it is by Lion Brand!


My First Amigurumi

Odds and Ends

Today I started my spring cleaning, and I am SO glad I did. There was so much stuff to get rid of and donate that I am almost kicking myself in the behind for not doing it sooner. But anywho, during “treasure hunting” as we will call it, I found a bag of granny squares. I have no idea when I made them and what I had in mind, but they are such a hodgepodge of colors and stitches that I decided to make an odds and ends blanket. It’s very eclectic and in no way meant to win any award out there. It will be something for our couch, something for us to have for decades! (hopefully…) lol Anywho, here’s a photo of me just starting on it. Excuse the lack of makeup and well dress hehe. It’s late, forgive me! ;)


I have started working on a blanket that I am very excited about. I managed to find a green that matches our drapes in our living room! So I am making a granny square throw! I am starting to get back into crocheting again, I kind of fell off for a little bit and I missed it. So anywho, here is a photo of my colors and pattern! I hope you are all doing well!



New Blanket

I am so excited right now, and let me tell you why! I have been searching and searching for charities to crochet through and I have finally found the one and I can’t explain just how excited I am. I have always wanted to crochet for a bigger and better cause, and I think I have found it. I will be crocheting for Warm Up America! :)

Not only is it for a wonderful cause, but it’ll help me with all of my yarn. I have so much beautiful yarn just laying in bins, and it needs attention… So, why not give it to someone in a way that they will use it and cherish it.

I hope to start meeting up with a group to crochet amongst other people who want to help others just as bad as I do! Now I just need to find a group, or make one up myself… Hehe. Anywho, I hope you are all doing well!


Warm Up America!

Warm Up America!

Free Pattern Friday: Granny Star Ornament + Netflix Freebie


I think I may have found our ornaments for this years Christmas tree! How cute, yet simple are these!? Look out for a preview of mine soon, I’m going to try out so many different color variations. Lol
God Bless,

Originally posted on A Happy One:

Hi friends!  Sorry I missed yesterday… I had a big post all set to go about my first ever visit to a Hobby Lobby, but then Husband called, and then I got to visit an adorable little baby, and then I got distracted, and then Zoltar overheated (again) and had to be put to bed for the day.  Please forgive me.  In the meanwhile, here’s the pattern for the granny star ornaments I made while in transit for Chibication.   Enjoy! })i({

super cute granny star!

Granny Star Ornament Pattern

1: ch5, sl st to form loop

2: (ch2, 2dc, ch3), (3dc, ch3) x4, sl st to close

3: sl st across to ch3 space, 3dc, ch3, 3dc, ch1, *3dc, ch3, 3dc, ch1 in ch3 sp* around, sl st. to join, sl st to corner space.

4:*4dc, ch3, 4dc in corner sp, 1dc in next sp*

5: detatch & FO, then add a hanger…

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