• Blanket,  Knitting Pattern

    Trinity Prayer Shawl

      Trinity Prayer Shawl One reason I love knitting is because it provides me the opportunity to bless others. True, a lot of times I am a selfish knitter. I make a lot of things for myself, I can’t deny that. But being able to gift someone a project is a wonderful feeling! Knitting is not a skill that everyone knows (even though it is easy enough that I believe anyone can learn it!) So get ready to amaze someone in your life with your skills and bless them in a big way! Prayer shawls are usually gifted to someone who is sick, with the intent that the knitter prays…

  • Crochet,  DIY

    DIY Crochet Dog Potty Bells

    Congratulations if you found this site because you just got a new puppy! What an exciting moment! House training can be one of the more frustrating parts of puppy ownership. Finding a way for your dog to let you know they need to go out helps immensely! My husband and I used bell training for our dog, Rocket. Each time we took him out, we had him bump his nose to the bells hanging on the door. Very quickly, Rocket learned that if he wanted to go outside, he needed to ring the bells! I truly believe this trick was the best decision for successful house training. We bought puppy…

  • Knitting Pattern,  Scarf/Cowl

    Smoke & Water

    Guys, I am so excited to share this project with you! The “Smoke & Water” cowl features two lacework patterns merged into one amazing infinity scarf. The pattern came alive at the cabin. I wanted a cozy scarf I could wear out on the boat on brisk mornings and also around the campfire. The lacework keeps the scarf light enough to wear during late summer/early fall. I love it so much I may wear it year round! The first lacework (on the edges) is reminiscent of rushing water. The inner lacework is a calmer water with a twisting smoke ring down the middle. It can be worn single or double…