crochet:: stuff & things

Been busy making.  And making.  And making.

It’s kinda nice when you get some special orders.

husker beanies


viking hat

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14 thoughts on “crochet:: stuff & things”

  1. OHMYGOD. I have just brought Sheep through to the office so he can see your crocheted lamb on the screen (he has his own ipad but can hardly ever be bothered to log on), he says he needs Lamb to come and live with him. On my bed. We are both in love now. With a stuffed toy. Crikey.


  2. Hi yarnchick40. I know i am probably in the wrong place to be asking this question but lately my brain just hasn’t been working the way it should. Ever since i had a stroke my brain has a mind of it’s own. Anywho i am so sorry for being a pain in your butt but recently you were kind enough to re-send me a copy of your beautiful pinafore dress but i just wanted to confirm the size with you before i got started on it. I went out and bought all of the yarn i needed so i could get going on it. My Grand-daughter is now in a 3T-4T so i was hoping you could give me some guidance on getting the sizing correct before i started. I think it’s for just getting the yoke sizing down pat isn’t it? Gosh i am so embarrassed to be asking you this if i haven’t already. Like i said my brain isn’t working right and i seem to put myself in some embarrassing situations where i just can’t remember what i did or said 5 minutes ago…lol. I know it isn’t funny but sometimes that is all i can do to get myself out of some situations. Thank you ever so much for taking the time to read yet another message from me regarding your beautiful Pinafore dress.Christine Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 03:05:11 +0000 To:


    1. Hi Christine!
      You are correct. Once you get that first increase done on the yoke, everything else just falls into place because the pattern repeats. So as long as you get enough stitches in the first round, you will be right on track for the whole piece to be bigger.
      Thanks so much for visiting my little blog 🙂


  3. Please make my Christmas and tell me where I can find the Sheep and Viking Hat. I’m having a horrible case of the adorables and the only cure is to make a Berserker Sheep! : )


  4. Oh dear, I’m sorry if I’m doubling up on comments. I don’t see a comment left earlier so maybe I did it incorrectly? That wouldn’t surprise me. : ) That sheep is the pure definition of “adorable.” I’m dying to make one in black and gray with that viking helmet. Can’t you just see a small family of Woolly Adorables gathered together on the sofa with their visiting black sheep relative, Uncle Baa Baa Berserker? Must. Make. Sheep. Pleaseeeeee let me know where I may find the sheep and helmet patterns? Thank you! (it’s very good to “see” you again – you always make me smile)


    1. Hi Patty! It’s good to see you too 🙂 I’ve been away from the blog for a couple of days – but got your message loud and clear about the patterns now ;D So glad I can make your day and you had better let me see photos!!!!! I can wait to see your little sheepish family!!!


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