Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Review ~A Review And Science

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This boy is so smart. After we (He and I) enrolled in the
 free 'Stunning Birthday Cards' class from Craftsy, He 
decided to take the cards to a whole new level. Here is a great photo of him hard at work on this years Science Fair Project. He decided to incorporate the Penny Slider Card idea into his project!! And it sure does add some fun to his hard work. We have had hours of fun preparing his display board, and I am so proud of his hard work.



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A great class to take with the kids. heart emoticon  I absolutely love this class, and so does he! 

You can learn how to make a Penny Slider Card and a few other fabulous cards in the free Craftsy class!
This class is free, and after enrolling, you can watch it anytime you want. Anywhere you want. And it's yours to keep for always!


You can enrol to this free class >HERE< or by clicking the banner directly below.

Monday, 23 February 2015

Review ~Whoa! This Hobo Bag Is Loads Of No Sew Fun!


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I made this wonderful hobo bag last night to carry my gym shoes and other items. So easy and so cute! I used my sons old t shirt. I may just have to make a few more to carry yarn projects and other great things. So easy. No sewing. This baby only took me about 15 minutes to whip together!



The wonderful tutorial I followed for the bag is >HERE<.
Such a great idea craft idea for kids too! 

Friday, 23 January 2015

Free Crochet Pattern ~Dolly and Me Ear Warmers

#Crochet Free Crochet Pattern ~Dolly and Me Ear Warmers http://www.niftynnifer.com/2015/01/free-crochet-pattern-dolly-and-me-ear.html #Dolly #EarWarmers

MATERIALS
Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver; Medium 4, Worsted. Colour is 'Monet'.
5.0 mm Crochet Hook.

GAUGE
Approximately 11 hdc = 4 inches.
Approximately 7 rows = 4 inches.

SIZE
Sized to fit child's head, measuring at approximately 21 inches in circumference, with a matching doll size (for generic 18 inch dolls, like American Girl or similar). 


Friday, 16 January 2015

Free Crochet Pattern ~A Silly Hat For My Silly Dog

Free Crochet Pattern ~A Silly Hat For My Silly Dog  http://www.niftynnifer.com/2015/01/free-crochet-pattern-silly-hat-for-my.html #Crochet #Hat #Dog
She is so adorable sleeping in her new hat! She didn't like it on her head until I added the braided ties.
I would say this hat is easy to make.


It involves some front post double crochet, as well as single crochet, double crochet and half double crochet stitches, skipping stitches, and decreasing.




Sunday, 11 January 2015

Sunday Night Link Blast ~A Collection Of Fabulous Links


Enjoy this great collection of fantastic Crochet links. I had a Link Blast on my Facebook page earlier today. It was so much fun. I shared a pile of wonderful links published by some really smart ladies. Check them out! You won't be disappointed! 

Friday, 9 January 2015

Free Crochet Pattern ~Twist & Shake Square

Free Crochet Pattern ~Twist & Shake Square http://www.niftynnifer.com/2015/01/free-crochet-pattern-twist-shake-square.html #Crochet #GrannySquare
MATERIALS
5 mm crochet hook.
Phentex Merit, Medium 4 Yarn in colours; 'Creme Menthe', 'Candy Floss' and 'Chocolate'.
Caron (one pound) Baby, Medium 4 Yarn in colours; 'Yellow' and 'Denim'.
Darning needle to sew in ends.

Easy~Medium.
This pattern includes a mix of stitches to give it this unique appearance.

Sunday, 4 January 2015

Pattern Review ~Ribbon Candy Dress

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My little princess asked for some new doll clothes for her new American Girl doll. So I'm on a bit of a mission to get some made up for her!









The pattern for this lovely dress is called 'Ribbon Candy Dress'. It is very nicely written by Kate Wagstaff of Crafting Friends Designs.

I purchased this pattern a few weeks ago, and finally had the chance to give it a go. I made a few small additions/modifications to the pattern to suit my princess's requests.

The very first difference I made is the yarn choice. I did not have the yarn listed in the pattern, and my husband says I need to use some before I can purchase more, so I gave my princess the chance to choose the colours she wanted. I used: Patons Canadiana Yarn, Medium 4, in colours; 'Med. Green Tea' and 'Dark Green Tea'. I also used: Patons Allure Bulky 5 in 'White'. I do recommend using the yarn listed in the pattern for best results.
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My princess and I worked together to decide where we would switch colours. If I do this pattern again I will definitely try alternating colours as the pattern requests. After working up the dress base, following the pattern exactly, I finished off by adding 2 more button holes & buttons in the back. I then evenly Single Crocheted on the furry yarn around the neck, bottom and sleeves of the dress. 

She also wanted a jewelled belt and the snowflake button, so I sewed them on easily.


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