FREE Patterns (Page 19)

Bean bags or coasters, this is a fun, quick and lovely project for gift giving or family use. It uses crocheting and felting. Once you get the hang of it, you can turn out several in an evening. Have fun and remember to save all your yarn scraps to makeRead More →

CONGRATULATIONS to Tinasquirrel for winning September’s Crafting Club contest! We will be contacting you so you can chose the Treasure Pouch kit of your choice, and to get your mailing address. Thanks for participating. This month we will be sharing our Treasure Pouch directions. (Due to a parent/grandparent illness inRead More →

  We created the Nubbie Doll with babies and mommies in mind. Nubbies have everything a baby loves; satin blanket binding to rub between their fingers, nubbie hands that are perfect for chewing on, and soft cotton flannel body for snuggling and they are small enough to carry everywhere! ForRead More →

Just wanted to remind everyone about the drawing for September’s Pattern of the Month. The winner, drawn at random from those who make a Nubbie Doll and post a comment and a pic of their completed doll by September 30, will receive a kit for next month’s Pattern of theRead More →

Please read all directions before starting. If you have any questions, please contact us at Unless otherwise stated, seams are 1/2 inch. Before beginning make all necessary calculations to insure a proper fit.   Materials: Fabric: There are 4 tiers to this skirt. You may choose to use 1,Read More →

Hope everyone is having a great Labor Day weekend! This hardly proved to be the last “lazy” days of summer; we were busy, busy, busy. Not to say we didn’t have a great time, but I am getting antsy for the fall and a little more routine! Having said all that, IRead More →

Looking at our blog to date, it seems we’ve offered very little for boys. Our apologies to all the wee men out there! Believe me, Bug has not been overlooked over the years, however, we’ve been rather fixated on girl projects the past few weeks. For all of you craftersRead More →

To get more information and photos of this project, click HERE. Recently, I’ve been totally obsessed with felting, especially knit felting. I’ve been making purses, bowls and various children’s toys. Every time I finished a skein, I’d roll the left over yarn into a small ball and put it inRead More →

Back when I was a child, the half apron was all the rage. Although not as efficient as a full cobbler style apron, it did offer some protection, and the women made lovely aprons to wear while entertaining. These were also useful while cleaning, because they had extra pockets forRead More →