I have been, or can be if you click on a link and make a purchase, compensated via a cash payment, gift, or something else of value for writing this post. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Occasionally I’d like to share with you some cute patterns and things I’ve found around the web. Despite the title, it probably won’t really be weekly. I just see SO many amazing patterns and crafts out there while I work on the site that I want to share them with you sometimes. This week I’ll be showing you a few cute items I found over on Annie’s Website! I spent a lot of time there this week just browsing around and checking out their stuff. Annie’s is one of those names that I always think of when thinking about heritage crafting (what I call crafts learned from older family members.)
First I think this is ADORABLE and great for those of you doing the CAL! Put those new skills to work on other projects.
They just featured this on their facebook page and it is SO Cute! If you have any babies or little ones to craft for I think it would be a superb present! Just picture this beauty at a baby shower!
Remember that amazing picnic set in plastic canvas that I saw at the fair? Turns out it’s from a booklet that is no longer printed, (and the sellers on ebay seem to know it) BUT this is a pretty close pattern and is available as a pattern download!
This knitting pattern stole my heart and was immediately added to my wishlist for later:
And just two more! I’ve already gotten these. I’ve started on the Euphoria already (working up fast so far!) I’ll be starting the wrap hopefully next week or so.
Have YOU seen any great patterns lately?! I’d love to hear about them. Use the Contact form above to send me a link, or just tell me about it in the comments below!
*Full Disclosure- I am an affiliate for this company and will receive a small commission if you follow these links. I also truly did pick items that I like and have on my personal wishlist. I would never feature something I didn’t love.