I made these gloves for my sister-in-law. The pattern is from the book The Knitting Experience - The Purl Stitch by Sally Melville. I used Bernat Berella on size 4 DPNs. I had to modify the pattern. I'm so proud that I actually finished the second one.
My son Jonathan turns 1 today! He loves Cookie Monster, so naturally I made him a Cookie Monster cake for his first birthday. It's very small. I made it in a ramekin so it's only about 4 inches in diameter. Just the right size for him to destroy and devour. I'll post the carnage later.
Here is a simple game of MEMORY. Instead of the traditional Farm Animal version we all had as kids, I used photographs of Joshua's friends and family. I just printed out the pictures (3" x 4"), glued them to some scrapbooking paper, and laminated them. Enjoy!
Check out http://www.cubeecraft.com/. They have a ton of characters on their site for free. You just download, print, cut, and fold. I glued mine, but you don't really have to.
Be sure to "Print Preview" to make sure you have the entire character on the page. Poor Pee Wee is missing an arm and the left side of his head. For Kermit, I copied the pieces and pasted them in MS Word. Then I was able to shrink it to fit on the page before I printed it.
I finally did it! I figured out the entrelac pattern and I made a purse. I'm so proud of myself. I used the Danica pattern on Knitty.com. http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter05/PATTdanica.html Then I just sewed up the sides and made it into a purse. The handle is made from the same yarn. I felted it to give it a different look from the rest of the purse. The yarn is SWS by Patons in Natural Earth. I lined it with some fabric scraps and a strip of velcro.
My lil' guy is obsessed with the remote control for our TV. I didn't want him slobbering all over it, so I made him his own. I went on the Verizon website. They had a great picture of the remote. I simply printed it (in mirror image) onto Hanes Transfer Paper. I ironed it on some fabric and sewed it into a plush toy. I added an empty baby wipe package to the stuffing. (Baby wipe packages make a great crinkly sound.) Now he's happy to have a chewable remote of his own, and I have a slobber-free one for myself.
I just saw a video on MTV by Lyrics Born. The song is called "I like it, I love it". Anyway, they used this idea in the video. I wonder if they stole it from you??? I just love when Craftster has an effect on the world.