This headband combines the Slip-Stitch Headband with the Bow Hair Clip to create a versatile accessory. Wear it as a headband with a simple clasp, a headband with a bow or a bow… Continue reading →
December 2014 was a very busy month for GSDC. It was the first time I sold my accessories offline at a craft show and basically started from scratch with my display and building… Continue reading →
A super easy-to-make hair accessory that works up quickly and is great for beginner crocheters. It looks great on top of a ponytail, at the side of a bun, holding back your bangs… Continue reading →
For a beginner crocheter, having the right tools for a range of projects is essential. It’s easy to get carried away and purchase a bunch of tools that you think you may use… Continue reading →
It has been a while since I’ve posted a pattern or photos because it has been a busy month and a half preparing for my first of two craft shows. I love attending artisan… Continue reading →
Using only single crochets, this case is very simple to make and works up quickly. What makes this pattern unique is the yarn used to crochet it. I was in search of Wraphia… Continue reading →
I gave in today and packed up my summer clothing and made way for warmer sweaters and pants. I also pulled out the boots, hats and mittens and my go-to cold-weather accessory: the… Continue reading →
The 1-2-3 Bow Headband is made using 1 ball of yarn, 2 stitches, and is constructed with 3 pieces. I love this headband because it will keep your ears warm on a cold… Continue reading →
I’m very happy to announce the launch of the grannysquaredontcare Etsy store! I’ve spent the warmer months designing and crocheting accessories and I’m happy that I have some inventory ready to share. The… Continue reading →
The Crochet X-Stitch Shrug is by Deanna Young and I found it on her Etsy site called The Yarn Yogi. It is one of the first garments I created as a beginner crocheter and… Continue reading →
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