COZY SLIPPER SOCKS from Annie’s Hook & Needle kit club

Hay guys I have been doing a lot of crochet patterns from Annie’s Hook & Needle kit club and it has been so much fun. I am working on the Cozy Slipper Socks . Annie’s Hook & Needle kit club is a monthly subscription I receive , so far the pattern has been skill level easy which I love because I am also using this wonderful subscription to talk about the ups & downs of following  a pattern on my Youtube channel Creationsps91. I love the way everything turn out from reading the pattern( Remember always highlight the important things to you in a pattern), to  understanding it for beginnings , if you would like to try this pattern there is a free download for you and when you do it lets talk about it. Leave a comment

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HNK097 Pattern Instructions

 

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DIY VALENTINE TABLE RUNNER

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Buy you some fabric (I went to joanns)I have two different colors of the same fabrics and for the back fabric I used red
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Decide what size you want your hearts and squares to be I alternate the fabrics for the hearts, I have 10 ins squares and I found a heart that was smaller than 10ins at dollars tree trace it on my fabric and cut it out, you will need embroidery thread & needle
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Select some batting to sandwich in between your fabrics I used flannel from my scraps
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I put the batting or flannel under the two fabrics (the square & the heart) no back fabric yet, then I started doing the blanket stitch all around the hearts
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After I done all six of my hearts blocks I sewed them together right sides facing.
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I press open the seems so there will be know bulk in the back
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Now it is time to sew on the back fabric I put right sides facing, pining your fabric together
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Leaving a three ins opening at the top or bottom of project
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sewing all around (make sure you don’t sew your three ins opening) leave that part open
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Turning your project in side out ( through the three ins opening )
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I finished it by stitching on top of it  all around the project closing up the three ins opening
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If you don’t have a sewing machine this glue (liquid Stitch ) will work , I have made bags etc. with this glue and it have not fell me yet or if you have your favor fabric glue use it don’t let anything stand in the way of you making this table runner
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Thank you for stopping by .

 

DIY VALENTINE PROJECTS

Hello everyone I wanted to share some of my diy Valentine projects with you, last month as I was looking through YouTube I came across this beautiful young lady name Katelyn her YouTube channel is KraftsbyKatelyn her channel is all about country inspired things. What I love about it is that it was not hard at all, very easy and on a budget. So let get right in to it and thank you for stopping by.

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If you want to know how I made these they are here on my blog

Annie’s Hook & Needle Kit Club for January

Hey everyone I am coming to you today because I got my Annie’s hook and needle kit in the mail and I wanted to share it with you, I am not sponsored by them this is my second month and I have enjoyed it . I receive three ball of yarn and a pattern of a beautiful shawl which is call Sedona Shawl, I am excited to get started making it. If you are not familiar with the Annie’s hook and needle kit club it is a monthly subscription for $19.99 + $5.95 shipping, you can pick from crochet or knit. I will be posting pictures of my journey making this beautiful shawl on facebook  ,intstgram and twitter. Thank you for stopping by.20190115_200005-1-1

Dishcloth #3 from Annie’s Hook & Needle kit club

Hey guys, I think this one is my favorite out of the three, I had know pattern block(lol) everything went smooth, the pattern don’t name the stitch but I had a nice time working it up and I will use it again , I think this stitch will look good on a sweater let me know what you think. Thank you for stopping by and remember when you are creating with your hands you always have peace with in you heart.20181221_172339

Dishcloth #2 from Annie’s Hook & Needle club

OK guys, on this dishcloth the pattern threw me for a loop, (lol). It is easy to follow but for some reason I could not see CHAIN ONE, after you do the stitch the project kept getting smaller and smaller. Then I took it out and started over and low and behold there it was CHAIN ONE, and the project stayed the same length. It just goes to show that no matter how long you have been crocheting, sewing etc. you can have pattern block, as I call it. Over all I love working with the yarn it is a blend of cotton and polyester I enjoy working the pattern.  Thank you for stopping by, and remember when you are creating with your hands you will always have peace within your heart.

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Chain one

 

 

 

 

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What the stitch looks like

 

 

 

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Came out nice

 

 

Dishcloth #1 from Annie’s Hook & Needle club

This dishcloth is called the Ribbed Stitch and the yarn is called tangerine splash. The  finishing measurements are 9″x9″, I used hook size 5, it took me a couple of hours to make it. I really enjoyed working it up, just when I got my groove going I was finished, (perfect for beginners) the pattern was easy to read and understand.

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Weave in the ends
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All Done
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Finished project
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More then enough yarn
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Working in the back loop
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Foundation chain