Sweetest kitty hat ever! The site only offers it in one size (6 months) but I think the deal is you can buy the pattern for others. Super cute! I might be able to make this in crochet if I try hard enough.
The first hat I ever crafted was knitted but it wasn’t nearly as cute as this! A sleepy koala for an active baby. What could be better? Thanks to Littleredwindow.com for sharing this one!
Here is yet another in a long line of tote bags that I am dying to have! Thanks to Tolt Yarn and Wool for sharing! It seems pretty simple. A few folds on your finished knitted piece and BAM! Cute tote!
I feel in love with this pattern the moment I saw it! What I think I like about it so much is the combo of t-shirt yarn, color, and simplicity. You can, of course, make yours whatever color you like but take a moment and bask in this completed project’s beauty. There now. Don’t you feel inspired?
I’ve seen some cute bags before and this is definitely one of them! You could keep makeup in there or make it a stylish first aid kit. Or what if you put mini hand lotions in there and gifted it to your BFF? Right? Imagine the possibilities.
Good slippers are hard to find and fun to make. I think these would be awesome to scuttle around the house in especially on these colder days. Seriously. It’s freaking cold outside.
This is a sweet hat was created for the Little Hats, Big Hearts campaign from the American Red Hearts Association but when I went to the page to find out more about how to donate, the page didn’t exist. Bummer. Maybe the site was just down temporarily. Still, this is pretty cute to knit for any reason.
Ehehehehe! I dunno why but this tickles me so. No animals were harmed in the making of this knitted scarf. (I don’t think so anyway).
Lookit! So pretty and dainty! I love patterns like this. The original picture I saw of this one had the scarf in a magenta but I like the silver far better. Or maybe in a sky blue?