Navy Bobble Infinity Scarf

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I’m all about matching sets. I love sets! So naturally I had to make the Navy Infinity Scarf to match the Navy Bobble Hat.  Sounds logical, right?

When I looked at the original design of the Cream Bobbles Infinity Scarf, which is super long, I decided that I’d go shorter this time. Maybe something that could still wrap around the neck snugly to fight off that cold winter chill or even something that could be worn around the neck like a giant fiber art necklace—a statement piece.
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Navy Bobble Hat

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When I crocheted the Jess Mess-y Bun Hat, I loved the bobble stitch and wanted to use it again and again and again. And I thought what if not everyone likes the ponytail hat? Or what about women with short hair?  I, myself, prefer the full hat without the hole for my hair to peek out.  I’m the kind of woman that wears my hair in a ponytail most of the time because I’m too lazy to style it. (Truth bomb)  LOL! So, that’s why I prefer a full hat.  I’m able to let my hair down and it doesn’t matter if I’m having a bad hair day or not.  The hat covers any wild locks that have a mind of their own. Unfortunately, the minute I remove the hat, my hair goes right back into a ponytail.  C’est la vie, I guess.
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Cream Bobbles Extra Long Infinity Scarf

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I spent the first 13 years of my life growing up in the southern states before my family moved to Pennsylvania.  It was a complete temperature shock.  I was used to sometimes wearing only a light jacket in the winter and I remember getting a new bike for Christmas one year and I was able to go outside on Christmas day in shorts and ride it.

And then the first year we arrived in the North, they got the worst blizzard they had had in I don’t know how many years.  All I could think of as I looked out our living room window where my mom’s Mustang was buried in white stuff with only the antennae sticking out was, “Where did we just move to?”
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The Jess Mess-y Bun Hat

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A friend of mine asked me last year to crochet her one of those messy bun hats. I said sure, but then I let it go.  I didn’t ask for any details like what color she wanted or what style stitch.  The holidays were coming and I thought it would be a nice surprise for her to get the hat for Christmas.  When I imagined what I would make her, I pictured something classy and feminine.  I also wanted a color that would literally go with anything.  I believe I achieved everything I envisioned with the Jess Mess-y Bun Hat.  (I hope she doesn’t mind the play on her name.  I thought it was cute!)  Although I do think I probably should have called it the Jess Ponytail Hat since I’ve never seen her messy, but it just didn’t have the same ring to it.

As it turns out, when I went to the store, I bought too much yarn. I know, boo hoo, right? You can never have too much yarn! 😉
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Dish Drying Mats or Dish Towels

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Please tell me that I am not the only person without a dish washer. Because that would be tragic. Okay, maybe it’s not that bad, but I do have dish washer envy. It seems that with three little boys and a husband, as soon as I finish washing the dishes by hand, walk to the fridge and back to the sink that the sink is full again.  It’s like magic, I tell you!  That or I live in a house full of stealthy ninjas and just don’t know it.  (My boys wish they were secret ninjas, but, in reality, they are more like a herd of elephants.)
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Ruffle Washcloth

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Bathroom? Kitchen? I can’t decide.

I guess I will have to make a ton of these washcloths so there are enough for both rooms.  I’d say I have a pretty good start already.

When I named this pattern, I hesitated.  I wasn’t sure if I should name them washcloths or dishcloths.  I mean, I suppose that technically they will work for both rooms and that is why I ultimately went with “washcloths” since I see washcloths as being pretty much universal in cleaning cloth lingo.
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St. Patrick’s Day Wreath

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Who doesn’t need some extra luck in their lives? I know I always can! St. Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays that I really don’t have many decorations for. Certainly not as much as Halloween or Christmas. And I feel so blessed that I am able to make the things I want without spending a fortune. I’ll be honest with you, I think I spent less than $15 total on this wreath. Imagine what it would cost at some fancy retail shop or country store.
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Heart Wreath

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crochet heart wreath valentines day love cupid holiday

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I have to say—love is in the air! And what a better way to show it than with your very own crocheted heart shaped wreath. The heart by itself—while adorable—needed a little something extra. A kick in the pants, if you will. A shot through the heart.
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