A Simple Set

Yesterday I released these washcloth and soap saver sets on my Etsy shop, as well as the free patterns for each in my Ribblr Shop.

Today I have also listed the PDF patterns for free download on my Ko-Fi shop: Washcloth pattern and Soap saver pattern.

The washcloth is knit and measures 8 inches by 8 inches. The soap saver is crocheted and measures 6 inches total length, 4.5 inches inner length where the soap goes, and 6.5 inches around. It’s even large enough to fit my 8 ounce brand new bar of soap with a small bit of work.

The best part about these is that you can make them in any 100% cotton yarn you choose. These samples in particular are made in Premiere Yarns Just Cotton which is available exclusively through Dollar Tree. I have also made the washcloths in Lily and Cream and Peaches and Cream yarns.

Rainbow Hearts Galore

Ok, I had planned this to happen way back at the beginning of the month, but then I kept changing my mind on how to do certain things and what I wanted to be in the boxes. But it’s done and out now: Rainbow Heart Cross Stitch Kits and my Rainbow Heart Cross Stitch PatternsCircle and Square!

I have really been focusing hard on this for the past week once I decided how I wanted to make the “getting started” guide. You don’t have to purchase a pattern or kit to get that guide, just click here!

I had originally wanted to film all the videos myself, but I decided to go ahead and find videos that already existed to use with the guide now and film my own tutorials to add to it later on because I really wanted to finally launch these.

The patterns themselves are available in my Ko-Fi Shop, while the kits are available on Etsy. Any purchase in my Ko-Fi shop over $3 unlocks all supporter exclusives for 30 days which means any pattern purchase, single pattern or the double pattern bundle, gets you exclusive downloads, too!

I’m so excited to finally share these with you all, and hope you love them as much as I do!

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Knotted Headbands

Back in the summer I got a ball of Lion Brand Jeans Yarn to try it out. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to make with it, but eventually decided that I wanted some type of headband. After some seraching on Ravelry, I found this 50s Style Knotted Headband.

Because it used so little of the yarn, I made more in every size, infant to adult.

I even liked it so much that I made some in another color of yarn I had. They are all listed on my Etsy shop. They are super soft and comfy. The black ones are 100% Acrylic, and the cream ones are a wool blend.

On a completely unrelated subject, I just saw that my 11th blogiversary passed in October. Unfortunately, no posts from that year remain, but here is a link to my oldest remaining post which is, appropriately, a Thanksgiving computer background. I should do some more of those things and post them on my Ko-Fi this year.

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