Ok so the "Weekly" Hook-up turned into a "monthly" thing this time around. It's late and I have a hat I need to finish up so I will just post pictures of everything since my last post with a small description.
Here are some Halloween/Fall items that I made for a customer. The nice lady who ordered these items actually does the cutest appliqued shirts. Check out her page here: Taylors Trunk.
I actually have 3 of these really cute Candy Corn bows made and for sale on my Facebook page. If you'd like to order just head over to my page and comment with SOLD under the picture. They are available on your choice of an alligator clip or an elastic headband in any size. Of course, if you enter my 3,000 Fan Celebration you have a chance to win one along with the chance to win a Candy Corn hat or a coupon code to my Etsy shop. If you are a crocheter like me and you just want the instructions on how to make this cute little bow, then visit the Oodles4Noodles blog.
Here's a set of bamboo dishtowels I made for my sister-in-law. I made them to match a set of bamboo dishcloths I had made for her and my brother-in-law when they got married. Here's my Etsy listing for the dishcloths if interested: Bamboo dishcloths.
Next is this cute monkey hat I tested for Simplistic by Sondra (Click on her name to visit her FB page of awesome crochet patterns). I decided to make mine in Halloween colors for the upcoming holiday.
Mickey and Minnie hats have been a huge hit! The 2 Minnie hats were a customer order but the Mickey & Minnie set shown below are available on my Facebook page.
Here is a customer order that I just LOVE! When I first saw the pattern at Boomer Beanies, I knew I had to have it, I will DEFINITELY be making some more of these!
Of course, if you know me, you know that I have been a breastfeeding mommy for almost 14 months now. These hats are very popular in the breastfeeding world. But don't just limit them to us nursing mommies. These are great for breast cancer awareness and make great comical gifts, too. There's ordering information for these on my Etsy page.
Now if you live in Eastern North Carolina like we do, you HAVE to be a Pirate fan. Here's just two of the MANY hats I've done like these. That adorable skull & crossbones pattern is from Everlaughter.
Well that's all of the projects I've been working on for the last 4 weeks. I have already been busy this week and will try to stay on schedule by posting on Sunday...I said "try"...I can't make any promises, though. So for now, I will leave you with my little (reluctant) hat model: