I love to create with yarn and this little guy just came out of my knitting needles one spring! I did a teddy bear one previous season and enjoyed creating a critter so much that I thought I would try a lamb and I love him. He is soft and squeezable and would be a perfect spring or Easter gift.
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My name is Angela, and I have been crafting since I was a little girl. I learned how to sew, knit, embroider, draw, paint, woodwork, and more. I would create with anything I could get my hands on. ...
My name is Angela, and I have been crafting since I was a little girl. I learned how to sew, knit, embroider, draw, paint, woodwork, and more. I would create with anything I could get my hands on. Often, raw materials or objects would become the start of project ideas for me. I remember moss from a camping trip becoming a barbie wig, and reeds from the field being woven into a place mat.
As my skills grew, I began to design my own projects and patterns to stitch and sew. I entered some of my designs into the county fair and some others into a high school contest and won several ribbons each time.
As an adult, my husband suggested that we start a craft site on the internet back in 1998 and AOK Corral was born. I began creating a project / pattern for the website each month. Today we have over 150 projects / patterns available on our website for free and for sale. I still enjoy learning new skills and exploring and designing each new project idea that comes to mind.