A felt Christmas Tea set! I had so much fun stitching up this little set! It is COMPLETELY hand-stitched!
This is such an easy pattern to knit–great for beginners! It is a great project to toss in a little bag and knit a couple of rows whenever you find yourself with a little extra time. The pattern is easy to memorize and the finished pattern is really cute.
Check out this super cool baby shower hosted by Clothed in Love!
I met Clothed in Love at Summit9 in Nashville. I am still soaking in all that was crammed into the three days I was at Summit. I’m sure that I will talk about that a lot in the weeks to come. Including an incredible Operation Christmas Child story. I cried a lot those three days and left with my heart absolutely full. Looking forward to putting some of my jumbled thoughts into action!
Can you believe that it is already March?! March. Crazy.
I have several projects that I need to finish up… naturally, it was the perfect time to start a new project!
This project is close to my heart. There are so many layers that make this project extra special. Educational bean bags are a fun treat for classrooms that often only have one book for the entire class to share. A beautiful country, ravaged by war. Precious orphaned children, desperate to learn. How humbling that a simple bean bag set can provide such hope to children, teachers, and communities.
I wanted to share a more detailed tutorial, along with some helpful tips from LOEP.
It has been awhile since I’ve worked on the Quiet Book. Here is a page I just finished! Yooooooo Gabba Gabba!