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Baby Mittens, Made with Love

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Baby, it’s freezing out there!  Today’s temperatures in Montreal reached – 22oC … without the windchill!

I created these mittens using some worsted weight yarn I had in my stash.  They were quick and easy to make, and they’re just the thing  to keep my niece’s little hands warm and toasty!

I have included the pattern below and you’ll need some basic knowledge of crochet to complete the mittens ( PDF link below).

BabyMittens Made with Love

PDF:  Baby Mittens,  Made with Love!

You are free to make the mittens for your own personal use.  Please do not sell the mittens or the pattern.  If you wish to share the pattern, please provide a link back to this page or to my etsy store.

Crochet Scarf: Chunky Twists & Cables

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When I saw this rich, green yarn at the store (RedHeart Soft: Dark Leaf), I knew it was destined to be mine.  I bought enough to make my littlest one a sweater:

Green Leaf Sweater

And then I had to have something pour moi!

I loooove this scarf!  The lovely twists and cables worked up quite nicely, and although it make look complicated, it’s really a series of treble (triple) crochet stitches.

You’ll need some basic knowledge of crochet to complete the scarf using the pattern PDF (link below).

You are free to make the scarf for your own personal use.  Please do not sell the scarf or the pattern.  If you wish to share the pattern, please provide a link back to this page.

PDF: Chunky Cables Scarf

Little Birdie + Crochet Purse = Love

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So I’ve always loved little birdies.

So much so that my very talented12-yr-old gifted me a sketch for Christmas:ImageWell, once I saw that little cutie, I began thinking of a way to incorporate a sweet little bird into a cute little design, and this is what I came up with:

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Adorable, n’est pas?

(The bird pattern is my own, but the heart pattern was found online.)

I’ve included the PDF of the entire purse below.  I hope you enjoy it.  I was able to put this together using up some of my yarn stash.  You’ll notice that I lined the purse with some felt, but I think that any material you have around will do, or you may just want to crochet with a tighter stitch.

You are free to make the purse for your own personal use.  Please do not sell the purse or the pattern.  If you wish to share the pattern, please provide a link back to this page.

PDF Crochet Purse:  Little Birdie = Love