This is an ongoing project that I started for our youngest gran’lady’s first birthday. Each year she gets a new set. This year, the Polar Bears!
I just mailed this set off to our littlest gran’man. This hat pattern is one that I created and have used many times. It is an easy pattern with such a polished finished look. Click the image, it will take you to the hat pattern and information about the mittens. You will also find a printer friendly PDF to download.
I had to take a Grammy break. I was out of town visiting and caring for a couple of my beautiful gran’kiddies & got a horrid cold. I’m feeling better now, so I have been working on putting together some of my past projects that had been on the old website. I have posted my Tessie Bear pattern that has been at Crochetville for several years. You can click on the image to find the pattern.
I think I’ve finally gotten ‘the look’ the way I like it. A big thanks to my hubby and middle son for their help and critique. I’m sure a little nudging here and there will be coming, but on to the sharing stuff!
After the WHO-DEY football game, Mr. Z and I went to Home Depot to get some lawn care supplies. I just love looking at the planters they have. There is such a variety of colors and styles that my decorating mind goes wild! Anyway, while hubs was doing the heavy work I took a trip over to the planters and saw these adorable little gems.
I was thinking how adorable they would be for a baby/kid’s bedroom. No, not as planters (although that is a good idea) but as diaper holders or trashcans. I thought of how cute they would be in the bathroom too! They were a great size to roll up some hand towels; stick them in…instant function and cuteness. The owl and frog were tall enough that they could probably even function as umbrella stands.