Have you been enjoying the Olympics? I love seeing all the athletes work hard and excel (I have been trying to figure out the rules of curling, don’t quite get it yet). My husband thinks I am weird when I cheer for everyone. I just want everyone to do their best (especially the very young competitors)! It’s been so fun to see the events and even to see all the cold weather hats everyone is wearing. If you made my Neva Hat (Olympics Team USA Hat), you may be interested in this pretty follow-up project, Crochet Neva Mittens! These fair isle crochet mittens use the same pretty technique, so they make a perfect set. Give them a go!
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Happy Monday, y’all!
I love Mondays. Perhaps I am the only one, but it seems like a lovely fresh start. I can reset my goals, and hopefully hit more of them this time around. What I really want for Christmas is an extra 4 hours each day, I wonder if Santa could fit that on his sleigh? Thankfully, I have still been able to find time to design, between the diapers, mac n’ cheese and Christmas bustle. These Dainty Bow Crochet Arm Warmers were a big hit when I first published them at Pink When. It’s strange, this pattern was one I wasn’t quite sure about. I didn’t know if people would love them or not, so thank you! Thanks for all the kind comments and all the shares. It really meant (and means) so much.
These fabulous crochet fishnet gloves are made with the diamond mesh stitch. They works up very fast and have a squish and stretchy texture. Make them in bright colors for an 80’s outfit, or black for your halloween costume. This free crochet pattern post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you.
I really thought that this cold winter would be really hard on me (I recently moved from Las Vegas to Northern Utah). It kind of has, but the cold is VERY inspirational! I have needed to take extra measures to stay warm, and arm warmers were a cozy and cute way. I really like how these turned out, and they are pretty simple to make, too.