I originally posted this photo as part of Project 365, which I began on January 1, 2014. It lasted about 10 days before I sadly gave up! On the bright side, a tutorial on this and the Braided Infinity Scarf are in the works. Stay tuned!
Back when we lived in Baltimore, I loved football Sundays. But I don’t love football. I love getting together with friends, eating food, the excitement in the room… And living in Korea, I definitely miss football season. Mostly because I miss my friends back home!
Thankfully, my new friends in Korea keep me pretty busy when it comes to football gear! Haha! They’re not Ravens’ fans, but that’s okay. I love them anyway. Here are a couple hats I was recently commissioned to make. I added the “S” to the Steelers’ hat after I took photos of it… But look at my gorgeous friend and her husband! Aren’t they a seriously good-looking couple???
I’ve always wanted to participate in a Craft it Forward, but for the past few years, kids have made my life pretty overwhelming. Now that my babies are a little older, I have more time for crafting… So I posted this on my Facebook page this morning. Somehow, I managed to commit to crafting it forward to 7 people rather than 5… But who can really put a limit on spreading handmade love???
Although I’m SOOOO far behind in my blog posts, and I have a million other things I need to catch up on, I just have to share this! This hat is probably my most ambition design so far (it’s definitely up there with the Ratchet hat I made a few years ago), and it has resulted in the Happiest. Little. Charlie. Ever. However, his twin brother is not as pleased. I’m working hard to complete Lincoln’s Bumblebee hat so he’ll stop looking at me with those sad eyes! 😉 Will share pics of that one as soon as it’s finished!
In the past few days, I’ve managed to dig myself out from beneath the mass of boxes, packing paper, damaged furniture, sweat and tears that a move the the other side of the world with three children under the age of 4 inevitably brings with it. Our house still needs a lot of work, but it’s now our home, which after two months of travel and living out of hotels–I couldn’t be happier.