Welcome to Episode 34 of The Mind and Muse Crafts Podcast! In this episode I share several projects that have reached the end of the line and that I am entering into the Mischief Managed Mal hosted by The Crochetcakes Podcast. All of the wips that I shared in the last episode have been completed, and some projects that make their first appearance on this podcast have also reached the end of the line. So basically, I have no crochet wips at the moment! I’m on a roll here! Now if I could only finish that lingering knit shawl from last year!! Thanks for stopping by!
Welcome to Episode 33 of The Mind and Muse Crafts Podcast. In this episode I share several projects that I am entering into the Mischief Managed Mal hosted by The Crochetcakes Podcast. I have some finished projects to share that make their first appearance on the podcast as well as updates on those projects that I have been pressing on with. I also share some ideas for yet more entries for the Mischief Managed Mal. I’m on a roll here! Thanks for stopping by!
Welcome to Episode 32 of the Mind and Muse Crafts Podcast. In this episode I explain how and whyI have been sidetracked from my long term crochet projects by some other fun and delightful new ideas. I have some finished projects to share and updates on those projects that I have been pressing on with. I also share some incoming yarn that has me excited about projects to come.
Welcome to Episode 31 of the Mind and Muse Crafts podcast. In this episode I present one finished object, my version of the Summertime Tank that you can find at tlycblog.com. I also discuss how I have advanced with my Crossed Stitch Crochet Top. I have begun a new crochet project that is especially not for the faint of heart! Thanks for visiting and hope you enjoy my company!
Welcome to Episode 30 of the Mind and Muse Crafts' podcast!
In this episode I chat about finished objects, some that I hadn’t started and that I wasn’t even thinking of starting the last time we spoke. Hence, the title, impulsive crochet. I have plenty of new projects on my hooks but I am keeping my newest plans a secret for now. Believe me when I say that I am excited about projects to come.
Welcome to Episode 29 of the Mind and Muse Crafts podcast. In this episode I chat about finished objects and one project left behind. No new projects on my hooks but plans are underway.
Welcome to Episode 28 of the Mind and Muse Crafts podcast. In this episode I chat about my trip to Florida and the projects that I have been working on. No finished objects are presented in this episode, but several socks that are in progress and some other new projects underway are discussed.
Welcome to Episode 25! This episode was recorded in my new crafting corner. It doesn't have the best natural lighting at certain times of the day, but it has a great chair and a fabulous lamp! In this episode I share a finished garment and a finished felting project I started for Easter. I bring back an old WIP and share a new one. I also share some new plans! Hope you enjoy our time together!
How to wet felt a cracked egg.
How to felt a rabbit.
Book: Needle Felting From Basics to Bears by Liza J. Adams
Lace Peplum Top by Simone Francis Published in Inside Crochet, Issue 42, June 2013.
Ravelry page: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lace-peplum-top
Miss Potter Sock Club by Kay F Jones
Spiked Granny Blanket
Tutorial on YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=BC_wGbbyRsg&t=692s
The Monarch Sweater by Hailey Bailey
Hanging Rock Designs Vol.2, Emma Potter
Shimla is a pretty clutch bag pattern that has a simply constructed base with a pretty, frilly exterior and mega awesome multi-bound tassels.
The complete e-book: www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/hanging-rock-designs-vol2
Shimla Clutch: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shimla
Argyle Planned Pooling Pillow is a free pattern from
Welcome to Episode 24! In this episode I share the projects that I have mostly completed during my plane flight to and from Madrid, Spain for our Easter Holiday. I have completed a garment, a shawl and am currently waiting on more yarn to complete a second garment. With little else on my hooks, I am deep into planning my next projects. Let's have a chat and catch up with each others crafting!!
About 10 years ago I discovered that there was a crafty side to me. Since then, there have even been times when I considered taking up crafting as a full time job. But, I guess that is something I have heard most people who practice some craft say. Someday... one day... Until then... I guess I'll just blog about it. Thanks for being part of the crafty side of my life!