I’ve always wanted to make a bunting. They’re festive and decorative. And somehow, they always sneak into really lovely craft photos as a background prop. So when my one of my online swap groups suggested a bunting trade, I jumped at the chance! Being non-traditional, I decided on a yummy breakfast theme. Here were the results:
Now if you’re wacky enough to follow me down the bacon paved road, here are the recipes I used to cook up this delicious buffet:
Egg & Toast
Both these patterns may be found in Twinkie Chan’s book, Crochet Goodies for Fashion Foodies . If you don’t already have this book, I highly recommend it. Its silliness is guaranteed to make you smile.
I used Rose Langlitz’s book Tasty Crochet as inspiration for this childhood favorite.
The croissant pattern is currently available as a free download on Ravelry.com at this location Croissant Pattern. Impress your friends with it’s perplexingly unidentifiable construction. Until the last moment when you roll it up, the piece looks vaguely “gnomey”.
Okay, I made this one up. It’s basically a long string of several single crochet rows made whatever length you want. There’s one thin row of beige slip stitch just for variety’s sake. Grab all your rusty red yarns and go nuts!
Hope everyone is having a wonderful Thanksgiving today! Check out my new business cards that arrived yesterday!
Is your New Year’s resolution to learn something new? If you’re in the DFW area, join me for crochet classes in January! Space is limited so please register early!
So far, my 30 projects in 30 days challenge is going well! I’m *mostly*on track. More about that later! In the meantime, I thought I’d share the wedding cake topper I made for my friends’ wedding in October. They had a country themed reception and asked me to create them in yarn as cowboy and Native American dolls sitting on a hitchin’ post. Congratulations on your nuptials, Candy and Ricky!
It’s official! I’ve signed up for my very first craft fair! It will be on Saturday, December 1, 2012, starting at 9:00 a.m. at the River Oaks Community Center at 5300 Blackstone Drive! A couple of pals have agreed to join me so I don’t have to be responsible for creating an entire table’s worth of merchandise by myself. Whew!
I’m super excited!! In an effort to get ready, I’m challenging myself to make 30 items in 30 days. It won’t be easy, but that’s the point of a challenge, right? We’ll see if in 30 days I’ve lost my sanity instead.