How to determine the size of your pattern and how much yarn to buy.
I've had my eye on making a temperature blanket for a few years now, but the reality is that I wouldn't keep up with it. So, unless I want 10 years of January - March temperatures (if we're lucky), I think we should switch tactics. Enter 2018! Jennuh, from Jennuh Stitches mentioned that she… Continue reading Temperature Scarf
Need a nice little gift for the stocking of a crafter or maybe for a Secret Santa present? These pretty little ornaments come together quickly and are super budget friendly. Mine worked up for about 10 dollars, including the snow! Materials Needed 3 bon bon size yarns ( I used Paintbox Mini balls from LoveCrochet… Continue reading Stocking Stuffers!
Several years ago, I found the perfect white cake recipe on Pinterest and like most people on Pinterest, I found it, pinned it and then didn't look at it again for at least a year. My Husband, Gannon, has some pretty amazing family in Tennessee. They make you feel welcomed and loved, no matter who… Continue reading The Magic of Cake
Last year I discovered Warm Up America and met up with some local ladies at our Michaels to join squares together to send off to those in need. In the process, I learned a lot and found a wonderful charity that I can support with my yarn stash - if you've ever been to my… Continue reading Warm Up America Squares