Completed Made to Order Items

Completed Made-to-Order Items

Winter Wishes Scarf in cranberry

I wanted to share the completed made-to-order items of the “Winter Wishes Scarf.” These scarves are made with 100% acrylic yarn. They are machine washable and they can be put in the dryer on a low temperature.

The scarves are one size fits most.   

Christine of Sweet Potato 3, the designer of the pattern, said, “The Winter Wishes Scarf can be worn with a simple t-shirt and a pair of jeans or with a black dress. It is really that versatile.”

Winter Wishes Scarf in light gray heather

Large Adult size hats

Here are made-to-order Pearl Hats with detachable faux fur pom poms.  The pictures on the left side are the large adult hats. They measure about 22 inches in head circumference and 9 inches in height.  The picture on the right side, these are the child size hats measuring 19.5 inches in head circumference and 8 inches in height. This hat is textured with puff stitches. My niece said, “It looks like hearts stacked on top of each other.”

Child size hats

Just a friendly reminder: The deadline for accepting made-to-order items is NOVEMBER 20, 2020. Thank you.


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The Beginning of My Crochet Journey

I have been crocheting for more than 8 years now.  I believe that my knowledge and skills have improved immensely.

I took an interest in learning to crochet when I watched my co-worker crocheting wedding favours for her son’s wedding. She taught me the difference between knitting and crocheting.

The biggest obstacle for me was to learn to crochet with my left-hand since most of the crochet tutorials  were taught by right-handed crocheters.  With lots of practice and replaying the YouTube videos over and over again, I was able to learn the basics crocheting skills. From there, I challenged myself to go beyond the basic skills.  I believe it is safe to say that I am “hooked” on crocheting!

The first wearable item I ever made was the Puff Stitch Scarf for my friend’s birthday. (See photos above). I continued to learn through video tutorials where I became much more confident reading patterns and making more advanced projects.

The photos on the left are a variety of wearable garments that I have made.  Some of the garments were more challenging than the others. For people who are wanting to learn how to crochet, I just want them to know that it does take time and patience to learn. Speaking from experience, I know it gets frustrating sometimes when you do not get it right the first time.  You would need to take a break from it and then try again.

 If you have any questions, please feel free to message me. I am more than happy to help any new crocheters to be “hooked” in the world of crocheting.