5 Little Monsters: September 2018

Crocheted Elemental Scarf

-Yarn for this project provided by Delicious Yarns for review, this post contains affiliate links-

I was recently sent some yarn to try out from Delicious Yarns. They have have a new thing that they call "pairings", which they describe as unexpected curated combinations of 2 skeins of yarn, combinations you may not have thought to put together yourself. It is a fun idea to get get you to try out combinations that you may not otherwise try. I chose to try pairing #5, which included a dark green (Guava) and an aqua and white (Gummy Bear). They are available in super wash merino in fingering, sport, or worsted weight.

Always Be Yourself T-Shirts

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About a month and a half ago I had the opportunity to teach a beginning iron on class at the Cricut Mountain Make-A-Thon. My class topic was on slicing vs. layering when using iron on, and we also talked a bit about knockout designs.

ASL T-Shirts with Cricut

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I am really excited to share another t-shirt collection collaborations with Cricut. Last month I shared my inspirational t-shirt collection and I really loved how those shirts turned out, but today's collections has special meaning for me. This set is American Sign Language themed, using ASL handshapes to spell out words.

Crocheted Toddler Bow Tie

Is there anything cuter than a little boy with a bow tie? I think that they are so adorable and they are pretty easy to make, out of both fabric and yarn.

Whale Baby Set with the Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2

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One of the things I love most about working with my Cricut is how quick and easy it is to make things. Iron on is my favorite material to work with because I feel like I can make cute projects in no time at all, but I also love that I can work with a variety of other materials too. This adorable little whale themed baby set including both a shirt and a softie is a perfect example of a quick project like that, all made with the Cricut.

Kiss the Cook Apron with Cricut Iron On Design

About a month ago I was lucky enough to spend a few days participating in the Cricut Mountain Make-A-Thon. I was there as one of the teachers, I taught a beginning iron on class where we talked about using different types of iron on and slicing vs. layering when using multiple colors and/or types of iron on. I am hoping to get a video and post up covering some of the things I taught in my class really soon.

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