Made in America with Norwegian, German, and Irish DNA! I enjoy knitting, crochet, yarn dyeing, cross stitch, bullet journaling, books, baking, cooking, cats, dogs, dirt track racing, sprint cars, 101, NASCAR, MTJ19, and the color purple! I believe in animal and human rights especially those of unborn children!
Last December some our friends (or my in laws friends) gifted us with a dog. A pure bred German Shepherd that they could have charged us a pretty penny for but generously did not. I’m head over heals for this animal! I love her to pieces.
Today they dropped off three garbage bags full of yarn For me to use. Look at all of those purple yarn choices.
I’m curious if any of you have ever tried machine washing yarn in the skein? I’m thinking about putting a few in a laundry bag to test it out.
👍🏻 I also wanted to added that today was my kids first day of school! Yay for more creative time. I’m hoping to get on to a better blogging routine that includes better participation on all of your blogs. My goal for tomorrow is to catch up on all of those old posts. Wow, this summer was the hardest yet as a parent. Every single day was filled with sibling rivalry and sass filled attitude toward me. This momma needed a break!
Good morning! I have a huge collection of WIPS listed from oldest to newest. 🤷🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️🤣 I will update this post with project notes and progress as I work on them! Nothing like publicly shaming yourself into finishing a few things!
After working on my temperature cross stitch for one month I have a feeling that I just started a three year long project! I plan to stitch all but a three inch boarder around the edges. I would like to make some kind of wall hanging out of it.
Hello all! I finished this pair of socks shortly before midnight last night. They turned out absolutely beautiful! I think this is my favorite pair of socks that I have knit thus far. The pattern was super easy to memorize!