On this page I will be posting pictures of my current work in progress (WIP). I think it is nice for people to be able to see what goes on behind the scenes here at WitchenCrafts.
August 24, 2016
My newest project is a Unicorn Hoodie for my adopted niece, Lexie Grace. She is going to be 4 years old next month, so I wanted to make something cool for her to wear. She is such a little fashion bug, I think she is really going to like this hoodie. So far I have gotten the pockets, ears, horn, mane and back of the hoodie finished. Currently working on the right side. I hope to have this all finished by the end of next week…fingers crossed…
August 6, 2016
As a trial for my first batch of home grown catnip, I decided to finally get around to making some crochet catnip mice. The first batch of 4, that I made in the past few days, is going to my friend, Kim, for her newest batch of foster kittens. These little mice hook up fast and are so darn cute. As an added bonus, my cat, Rayne, who never likes the crochet toys that I make for him, loved the crochet catnip mouse.
July 24, 2016
After much time spent blocking and stretching and cutting and pinning and and sewing, the Whale Blanket was finally finished. I got it washed and nicely folded and packed and shipped off to my adopted grandson, Aidan. Now to wait for him to receive it for his first birthday on Thursday, July 28, 2016
July 17, 2016
Still working on the Whale Baby Blanket. I have finished hooking it up so now comes the oh so joyful part where I have to tuck in all the loose ends. After that, I’m going to be putting a flannel backing on it, so that it will be nice and warm of my Little Beastie, Aidan.
July 15, 2016
I’m currently working on a Whale Baby Blanket for my adopted grandson’s 1st birthday. This is the first time I have tried doing a graphghan, a blanket with a picture that is done in a graph format, like counted cross stitch. I have been having a lot of fun working on it and I do believe that it is turning out pretty darn cute. The bugger of it all will be the tucking in of all the stray ends.