My New On-Line Store with Fun Knit and Crochet Merchandise!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I’m excited to have just rolled out a new on-line store.  Well, actually two on-line stores, with fun knit and crochet merchandise designed by ME!

You’ll find some other cute and funny things mixed in too, but most things are geared towards fiber lovers, like this cue tote bag:

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AND  these other fun products:

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There are tons of different products featuring my designs, so I hope you will check out one or both stores! And I hope you find something you like! I even have some products for BACON lovers!  I have more design ideas and hope to be adding more merchandise as time permits, so check back often!





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No Felting Required

No yarn? No problem!  (Like any knitter or crocheter is ever going to run out of yarn!) Just grab your knitting needles (in this case I used a Pocket Knitter) or crochet hook and some scrap fleece you have hanging around.


I made this cell phone holder using the Pocket Knitter and a remnant strips of fleece that I purchased at my local craft store. The great thing about this project is that is looks kind of felted, only without the extra effort involved. The fleece worked perfect on the Pocket Knitter and created a thick protective cover for a cell phone. This would be terrific for making a protective case for any hand held device.

If you’re not familiar with the pocket knitter, no knitting knowledge or experience is required.  If you are interested in learning more about the pocket knitter, you can visit the Bond America site here: .  I have seen the pocket knitters for sale at my local JoAnn’s store with the knit and crochet tools.

For this project, you will need:

347Fleece Fabric (a remnant piece is just fine)

Ribbon or leather cord (approximately 16-18”)

Decorative Button (optional)

Yarn needle

Sewing Needle and thread (to attach button)



Cut your fleece the long way in strips about ½” wide.  Give each strip a pull or gentle tug.  This will cause the fleece to curl.

Using the fleece strips, cast on 14 stitches.

Work in St st until piece measures approximately 4.5” or desired height of finished cell phone holder.

Bind off across.



Fold work in half.  Using a strip of fleece and the yarn needle, sew the side and bottom closed, leaving the top open.

Using yarn needle, weave in all ends.

Weave your cord in and out between every other row all the way around the top until you have reached your beginning point.  Tie knot in desired spot.

Sew on button in desired location.


Note:  This blog post is adapted from my previous blog post for the blog.  The blog has been deleted, so I am sharing the post here so that I may continue to share my patterns with readers. 

Check Out My Designs on Knit and Crochet Now!

Last fall I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to do some crochet designs for the Knit and Crochet Now! show.  Those episodes are airing this month and next (check your local station for scheduling).  Patterns are available for free download from the Knit and Crochet Now! site.  You just have to create an account if you haven’t already. 


My Quantum Geo Throw is featured in episode 304.  This throw also just appeared in the winter 2012 issue of Crochet! Magazine.  Download the pattern for the Quantum Geo Throw from the Knit and Crochet Now! site.




My Shell Stitch Lamp Shade Cover is featured in episode 306.  It will dress up any plain lampshade.  Download the pattern for the Shell Stitch Lampshade Cover from the Knit and Crochet Now! site.



The Squared Away Baby Blanket was a lot of fun to make and you can find this featured in episode 308.  Download the pattern for the Squared Away Baby Blanket from the Knit and Crochet Now! site.



My Round ‘n Round Rug, featured in episode 301, is easier to make than it looks.  And remember, you can watch Knit and Crochet Now! episodes to get helpful demonstrations on all of these projects!  Download the pattern for the Round ‘n Round Rug from the Knit and Crochet Now! site.



Visit the Knit and Crochet Now! site and check out all their episodes and inspiring projects:-)