Tuesday, November 8, 2011

I made a snowman

last week I made a Snowman out of clay pot, glass ivy bowl, and etc. Andrea painted the face on it for me.....I have all of my thanksgiving decor out but I want to decorate for Christmas already! LOL

I have a little circle LED light that I bought from dollar tree in the head...I did not clue the head to the body...just glued the scarf to the ivy bowl.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

New ITEMS coming

I have been working on a lot of different items this week, jewelry, crocheting, loom knitting, and etc......will post pictures of the all when they are completed

I am getting ready to move my living room around for the winter and plastic the windows up!

hugs, Candy

Thursday, March 31, 2011

what I am working on this week

                                          besides a Christmas/birthday/anns crochet blanket!
I have been working on this retangle rag rug for a few days now!

right now it's 30x8, but when it's finished it will be wider

this is a close up of the colors and stitching

I am still dealing with my dad's passing but each day it's getting easier......but I am still picking up the phone and calling him.....But I talk to Miriam (his 5th wife) which is nice! We all miss him so much!

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Crochet Rag Rug Bright Pink with Yellow, Green, Blue Dots

I crocheted this one of a kind (OOAK) rug with yarn I hand-cut from salvaged fabric. I washed the fabric and cut it up into strips that I used to crochet this rug.

This rug is machine washable on gentle cycle and dryable. It measures 29 inches (73.6 cm) in diameter. Perfect for the bathroom, kitchen, office, living room, bedroom, playroom, nursery, dorm room, or any other room that needs a nice rug or mat.

Additionally, dogs and cats love to sit on these rugs! This rug would make a great pet mat to put on the sofa, a table, or your pet's favorite place to hang out.

Want a rug in a different color or size? Contact me for a custom rug to match your decor!
This rag rug is for sale for $35.00 FREE Shipping And Handling