Crochet Bacon Blanket

In the history of the world, few foods have come close to ranking higher in preference than bacon – at least that’s the impression I get when I’ve gone to breakfast buffets and all the bacon is gone. Even when I’ve tried going on a strict vegetarian diet, I’ve found ways to make bacon out […]

Crochet Stegosaurus Cube - Pops de Milk

Stuart the Crochet Stegosaurus

In our home, at the height of summer, when it gets really hot and the house plants flourish, I sometimes see a strange creature rummaging through the basil, or chewing on the stems of our English Ivy. It’s hard to make out what exactly it is because it moves so fast, but if I didn’t know […]

Twizzlefoot – Mountain Colors Yarn Review

You know what I love about my craft? Trying new yarns and falling in love with them. Seriously. Is there anything better than wrapping your hands over a squishy new ball of yarn? I recently found myself with a skein of fingering weight, hand-painted yarn called Twizzlefoot, to be exact. I knew it would be ideal for […]

May Socks

Finished the second sock late last night while listening to a very cute and charming historical romance novel (Courting Trouble by Deeanne Gist). The story is set in the late 1800s and as I worked on my sock I thought of handmade clothes, in particular socks. I’m sure all socks at the time were knitted […]