I know that there are a ton of crochet pumpkin tutorials, but hey, what's one more? Here's mine!
Guilty Pleasures...we all have them. These are my favorite guilty pleasure series, laid bare for all to see.
Continuing with my crochet stitch tutorials, today's post is the Half Double Crochet Two Together Decrease, or hdc2tog, magically transforming two hdc stitches into one!
Next in my series of crochet stitch tutorials is the Foundation Half Double Crochet, which will be featured in my next pattern!
I'm kicking off a series of stitch and technique tutorial posts! Today is the Foundation Half Double Crochet!
I had two different quotes that kept popping into my head while reading this book. The first, from Edmond Burke, is: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men should do nothing." The other, from a YA Fantasy series I enjoyed, Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor: "It is a condition of monsters that they do not perceive themselves as such. The dragon, you know, hunkered in the village devouring maidens, heard the townsfolk cry 'Monster!' and looked behind him."
Hi folks! One thing you may not know about me is that I LOVE throwing parties. I love coming up with one of a kind decorations, games, food, etc around a common theme. In the past, I've done vintage toys for Mr. A's first birthday, The Very Hungry Caterpillar for a baby shower, Richard Scary's … Continue reading Mr. J’s Batman Birthday Party
My Top 12 Favorite Books of All Time. Creating this list was easy; containing it to a small number was hard, and there are many books I love that I didn't include. I could probably add more to this list, but I tried to keep myself reigned in, somewhat.
I'm throwing it back to this time last year, when shortly after getting the kids back to school, the hubs and I took a quick getaway to New York City. Neither of us had been before, and there was a lot we wanted to see and do while we were there. We had three days, … Continue reading 3.5 Days in NYC
If, like me, you've read your fair share of psychological thrillers, then you will probably be able to figure out the ending of this read, but even so, seeing how the author lets everything play out is just so interesting, you won't care that you've already guessed the ending.