Pattern: Newborn Teddy Hat
This easy-to-make teddy hat is the perfect gift for any newborn! It’s a wonderful way to show your love and support with this soft and cute accessory that will keep a newborn warm and looking uber adorable :D Note: Feel free to follow along with my blog post here to see step-by-step photos. Materials brown yarn (I used “Bernat Satin in Mocha, Medium (4) weight”) ...
Newborn Teddy Hat
I’ve been having lots of fun trying other crochet projects besides my usual amigurumi (see my cup cozies and my cell phone cozies). Recently, I’ve been obsessed with crocheting hats! There will be plenty of blog posts about the ones I’ve been working on in the future, but to kick things off I thought I’d start out with this newborn teddy hat that I made! I designed and...
I ♥ Seafood
In July, I blogged about my food adventures on the West Coast in San Francisco. In August, we paid a visit to the East Coast (of Canada) to visit Halifax in Nova Scotia. There’s just something about port cities with their lively harbous and waterfronts and scenic landscapes that I love! I adore visiting cities by the ocean because of the delicious and fresh seafood. Halifax was no...
Free Online Patterns
I’ve added a section to my “Patterns” page that links to projects I’ve made using free patterns found online so others can try them out too. Projects that you see on my blog that are not listed under my own original patterns or under this new section of free patterns found online are probably from books. I recommend trying to borrow these amigurumi/crochet books from your...
Since I’ve been such a big fan of Ana Paula Rimoli’s work, I decided to pick up her third book entitled “Amigurumi Toy Box: Cute Crocheted Friends” when I happened to come across it in San Francisco. I’m excited to try out some of her new patterns as her work is always adorable! The first pattern I’ve tried from her new book is the “Mom Koala”. ...
Layered Finger Jello Recipe
When I was a little girl, I remember always making a beeline for the jello if it was being served at potlucks or family dinners. I particularly liked layered jello that was firm enough to be held in your hand (finger jello) compared to the jello eaten from a cup/bowl with a spoon. My aunt was kind enough to give me the recipe she used since she knew how much I loved it! These continue to be a...