Thursday, February 9, 2012

Crocheting tip: For inexpensive row markers  use safety pins. I have alot of uses for them. They can mark the begining of rounds when you are working a continuous circle and it can be used to mark different rows that need to be remembered (for example if you are matching fronts and backs, pin the same row on each piece to line it up). If you have trouble keeping track of the first stitch on your rows, put a safety pin on it. It will keep yo,u from accidentally working too many stitches or not enough. Pin one to the front of your work, so you can remember what is the front.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

The Polar Vortex

OMG...the Polar Vortex has arrived!  Better stock up on some crochet patterns to keep you busy....10% off today only on code POLAR10!

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

What better way to stay warm in the winter then with a bearded hat?

This is a simple design that uses single and double crochet and decreases and increases for the shaping.  It is great for keeping your face warm just like a boring ski hat does.  My daughters boyfriend wanted one so badly, that I had to put pen to paper.  I wanted to come up with a simple one because that is the way I like my patterns to be.  If you read the pattern carefully, ask questions, even a beginner crocheter can make this.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Crocheting Happiness

I have been crocheting away.  I love all these baby hats and pictures....I just can't stop!  Thanks to Tiny Heart Photograpy for these adorable photos of  my Little Bear Earflap Hat!  All my patterns are available at

Friday, August 19, 2011

A new pattern for Owl Earflap Hat for Boys

Thanks to Miss Messie Photography for the adorable photo!
Here's another pattern for an owl hat.  They seem to be so popular.  If you find the time. like my Facebook page at JSpirik Designs.