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My entire life i have been creative. I flittered from different styles of art and music to crafting. My mother was crafty as i grew up and taught me many different craft projects, from crocheting to ...
My entire life i have been creative. I flittered from different styles of art and music to crafting. My mother was crafty as i grew up and taught me many different craft projects, from crocheting to beading to cross stitch. I didnt learn much beyond the basic stitches until pregnant with my third son. I picked up looming and was hooked on yarn. With looming i felt limited, eventually i went back to crochet. And realized i had been doing it wrong all along! I learned the basic stitches, then went for the advanced stitches and within a year i was easily working through expert level patterns.
I prefer to add fun stitches in odd places to make a pattern fun. I like them to be hearty thick and warm for the winters up here in Alaska. I like my kids items to be classical with a touch of something new.
I have four boys, while i love designing things for girls and am very feminine myself. Ive found a distinct lack of cute boy things. I love coming up with fun things for my boys. Its getting those things into patterns that is hard!
I hope you enjoy my designs. Im just starting getting them all to paper. I know i love writing them!
Who says girls get all the fun cute accessories in summer! As a mom of 4 boys i try to design fun
items that will grab my boys attention while being cute and functional. I designed this visor to
be loose and airy for summer with plenty of breathing room as well as a solid long brim to shade
their eyes while playing outside. Put together in your childs favorite colors, this is one of those
small toss in your bag and ready to go. At the park, riding bikes. My rough and tumble boys have
put this design to the test and its passed with flying colors. Be they playing baseball or running
around, this visor stays put on their heads without over heating them the way ball caps can. And
now you can make this design for your own children.
This visor can stretch from child to an adult head. I often wear my kids visors. However the pattern is only written for that one size.