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I had a quick order Friday that the client needed to pick up Saturday. I wanted the sale, so I did the rush for a little extra. It was a pretty simple order anyway for a newborn photo prop. The puppy beanie and diaper cover with tail (not shown) turned out really cute. It makes me wish I’d done this one for my little guy! I have this listed in my Facebook album now as an item available to order. I need to add this to my list for writing the pattern up.
I am so excited to announce that I have partnered with my long-time photographer and friend to bring Stitched In Love clients a new discount!
Clients local to the Kansas City Metro area can now get a 10% discount on a photo session with Photography by Krista Joyce if you purchase one of my Newborn Photo Props! Krista has done all of my kids’ pictures and I have always been beyond pleased with the results!
Here are some of the props I currently have available. I will be adding a mermaid tail and a ladybug shortly, and more props in the future. I also accept custom orders if there is something you would like me to duplicate!
My posts this time of year always seem to slow down because I can’t share what I’m making yet to avoid spoiling a surprise. Usually that’s because I’m making presents, but this year I also have what I made for my family’s Christmas card. Since I have sent it out, I can now post it!
The finished cocoon and Santa hat are for sale on Etsy here.
The pattern for the set can be found on Ravelry here.
The pattern is now available for sale on Ravelry Here!
Crochet this adorable cocoon and beanie for your newborn’s photo shoot or Halloween costume!
Eric Carle’s Very Hungry Caterpillar is brought to life in this delightful pattern featuring the subtle color variations of the beloved children’s book through the use of variegated yarn. The impression of Caterpillar’s body segments is achieved by alternating rows of both loops and back loop only stitches.
Baby can scrunch up inside the cocoon for those adorable newborn pictures. This is only available in newborn size and will fit babies up to 10 lbs.
Pattern includes pictures, gauge, crochet and assembly instructions. Enjoy!
I would love to see pictures of your finished project! Email them to me at the address on the pattern.
I completed a project for my family to use for the picture we’re going to put on our Christmas cards. I’m waiting to get the pictures back and then I’ll order the cards. Once I mail them out I will post. I can’t wait to share this one. It was so much fun!
I’ve also been working on the kids’ Halloween costumes. I am finishing them up this week and I will post pictures of those after Friday.
Once I finish up the costumes, I need to design a new baby afghan for Kristi over at Hang Ups in KC who did my site redesign for me. She was kind enough to do it for trade in services so I want to design a very nice afghan for her niece’s baby because I really love my new logo!
Finally, I had to stop all of my projects last week for a quick sale I made on Etsy. I sold one of my Very Hungry Caterpillar Cocoon and Beanies earlier this month and the buyer wanted to have it for Halloween for their new baby. I got that made up and shipped out on Friday. I had never gotten the pattern for that ready to load to Ravelry so I am also working on that this week.
Maybe after I get all of this done I will be able to get back to the Granny Square Project!
Here are the girls in the Party Hats I made for them. Thanks to Sarah for the pics! I love getting pictures of people using the gifts I’ve made them!
Now available for sale on Etsy here! This made-to-order newborn beanie and cocoon makes an adorable photo prop, Halloween costume or swaddle for you new little one!
I made these cute little party hats for a friend of mine’s twin girls’ first birthday party. The pattern for the hats can be found here. I added the crown myself.
After adding the ruffle edging I changed yarn so the crown would stand out a little, and worked two rows of single crochet- the first in the unworked front loop left after working the ruffle.
Then I did a row of shells (sc, skip two sc, 5 dc in next sc, skip next 2 sc) around, join with sl st.
Then a row for the peaks (sc in first sc, hdc in next dc, dc in next dc, [tr, ch 2, picot, ch2, tr] in next dc, dc in next dc, hdc in next dc) around join with sl st finish off.
I happened to have some Swarovski elements left over that I glued to the front three peaks of each.
Just a simple project for a quick birthday gift!
I did get the yarn today for the dress that I’m making for my daughter so I can finish it up this week. After that it’s back to Grannies!