When I started my blog about 6 years ago, it was a bit of a potpourri. I blogged about a lot of things; things I thought were AWESOME and that everyone should read, but in reality, were not (take a look at my archives if you don’t believe me, but be forewarned, it gets pretty scary back there). One project that I made that was really “useful” was this Felt Aviator Sleep Mask. My son had basically wrecked my sleep schedule by never sleeping ever until he was about 8 months old. I had a really hard time resting, even when I was getting a few straight hours of sleep. I found a sleep mask helped me quite a bit. I don’t need it nightly anymore, thankfully, but it still comes in handy occasionally. Since my blog isn’t so much a potpourri as it is a yarn and crochet blog, I decided it was time for a crochet make-over. So today I am sharing the pattern for this crochet aviator sleep mask pattern!
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I’ve struggled with my crojo this week. Summers are hard for me! Plus, my old iPod also died a few weeks ago. It was a 5th generation classic, so yeah, it was about 12 years old. I snagged another one and have spent that last few days putting all my music on it (some of it needed to be ripped from CDs ‘memba those?). I have forgotten about some of it and it’s crazy how listening to an old song can transport you back in time. It’s been very fun and nostalgic. Even though my mind was focused on getting all my music transferred, I was able to complete an itty, bitty project anyway, this Crochet Flip Flop Keychain! These cuties are made with cotton fingering yarn, and are so fun to mix and match colors.
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I am pretty excited to share this Crochet Air Plant Pot with you today. I was gifted a large air plant last month and it’s sort of been sitting on the widow sill next to my cactus since then. I haven’t given it too much thought until I saw this fabulous Crochet Air Plant Jellyfish by One Dog Woof. So cute, right? Although an air plant will be perfectly happy and healthy sitting in the bright windowsill, it is a bit fun to make a crochet pot for it.