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Felted Sweater Jacket - Just in Time for Fall!

Just Bragging — Kid’s Upcycled Sweater Jacket

For those of you who’ve read my blog before, you probably know I have a penchant for making cool, new things out …

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The Sweetest Little Owl Visting My Yard

Amigurumi Swap – Look What I Got!

I participated in my first amigurumi swap on Ravelry this month.  What is an amigurumi swap, you ask?  Basically, it is a …

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Upcycled Cashmere Sweater

How To Make a Cute Shrug From an Upcycled Sweater

This adorable bolero-style felted shrug began its life as one of my husband’s cashmere-wool sweaters.  After an unfortunate run-in with a naughty …

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Cuddly Critter Ear Flap Hat

Cuddly Critter Ear Flap Hat – Pattern!

I designed this cuddly critter hat for a friend of mine who was having a baby earlier this spring.  It came out …

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Kirby Amigurumi

Kirby and Prince Fluff Amigurumi Patterns

For Christmas this year, I bought Kirby’s Epic Yarn for my husband. For those who are not familiar with the game, Kirby …

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Around The World in 52 Weeks – Guatemala and Honduras

Since we seemed to get REALLY behind schedule with our ’round the world project we decided to cover Guatemala and Honduras together, …

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Eating our Home Made Ice Cream

Homemade Ice Cream – It Really Works!

Did you know you can make tasty homemade ice cream using plastic ziploc bags, soy milk, sugar, salt and ice?  Whether you …

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A Very Cute Little Gypsy!

Super Easy Pirate Costume Tutorial

With Halloween only two days away, I thought I would post instructions for a super easy last minute Pirate costume.  My daughter …

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Ancient Egyptian Dress

Around the World in 52 Weeks – Egypt

Needless to say, everyone wanted to study ancient Egypt rather than modern Egypt.  Although, we talked about pyramids, the sphinx, mummies and …

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Flag of Dominica

Around the World in 52 Weeks – Dominica

We didn’t find any books on Dominica in the children’s section of the library, so we did all of our research on …

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