Monthly Archives: December 2018

Christmas knitting – part three (of three!)

The last of the Christmas knits.  This one deserves a post all its own. I mentioned that I have the Aran Knitting book from Alice Starmore.  It’s a wonderful read and I love all the patterns in it.  So far, … Continue reading

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Christmas knitting – part two

My husband had requested a beanie no bigger than a yarmulke to wear under his noise-reducing headphones when watching Youtube videos on his computer.  I chose Joji Locatelli’s Rafa’s Hat (a free Ravelry download) because it’s plain and knitted in … Continue reading

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Christmas knitting

2018 was a very knitty year!  Here are some of the projects I couldn’t share until now. First, for my granddaughter, Logan, I knit two sweaters and a hat.  All were from Alice Starmore’s Aran Knitting book.  I love knitting … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – New Year’s Resolutions for 2019

It’s that time when people typically set goals for the new year.  So at Cut it Up, we’d love to see a project showcasing your goals or resolutions for 2019!  I like to think of them as goals, because “resolutions” … Continue reading

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Die Cuttin’ Divas – Holiday

For this last Die Cuttin’ Divas‘ challenge for 2019, the theme is Holiday, so I thought I’d share the last of my Christmas cards all in one bunch!  Here they all are, and I’ll talk about some of them individually … Continue reading

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Ho ho ho!

I’m still working on my Christmas cards.  I used squares and rectangles in the Silhouette Design Studio to make a frame for some pretty leftover paper scraps from my Pink and Main Jolly paper pack!  And I picked up a … Continue reading

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Every last drop Christmas card

For this Christmas card, I used something that we normally throw away — the cover of a 6 x 6 paper pad.  You know anything by Doodlebug Designs is too cute to throw away!  I wanted to use every last … Continue reading

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