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**None of this counts toward my May Craft Challenge since I technically completed them in April**
A newborn baby kicking sack. I used the Sheepy Sack pattern (free) and it was super easy and quick. I plan on doing more of these, just a little bit differently (as I did here). I used my own hand dyed 100% wool yarn in the unnamed colorway (trying to be gender neutral). A kicking sack is worn instead of pants for naps. It can be lanolized and used with cloth diapers just like longies.
Next time I make it, I won’t do an i-cord.
1. Because I hate making i-cord.
If I didn’t tempt you enough with the last post of Sprinkles cupcakes, here is a little bit of yum. Because everything is better with fresh whipped cream and nonpareils. Even chocolate cake that you make in the microwave that is so freaking sweet that you have to share it with at least 2 or 3 other people. This is my “oh crud, I really want dessert, but didn’t make anything” recipe. I usually add in a small handful of chocolate chips before nuking.
Click here to read a good post from Cinta and to see a cute family shot at the end. We plan on doing more volunteering with this group in the near future.
Why the makers of 7-UP feel it is necessary to try to pull the wool over our eyes? They claim that 7-UP is “100% Natural” now. What is so natural about high fructose corn syrup?
I call bull s^%$ on that one. Doesn’t matter though, I still love you, 7-UP.
I finsihed my little Bent Creek Zippie kit the other night.
Bent Creek’s “Ladybird” Zippie
I am going to start a little something for a pal that was inspired by a recent post. Should be quick to do. : )
I am so touched that a very sweet stitcher is letting me use her “Beatrix Potter Quaker Sampler”. I now have it in my hot little hands and am looking forward to stitching it soon. Thank you to everyone that gave me info on where to find it!
We signed the rental agreement this last week on the new house. Yay! We will be moving on May 31. Should be interesting since we don’t get the new house until May 31 and we have to be out of our house by June 1. Wow.