Light Yellow and the Nature of Gentleness

There is something so clean, refreshing, and sunny about the color yellow–especially a nice light yellow. And now I can officially knock off having a pale yellow kitchen from my bucket list–Yay! I find myself drawn to this color over and over again. A couple weeks ago our dear friends had a sweet baby girl. I made a darling little yellow dress, headband, and diaper cover for their sweet Annabelle. Isn’t that a sweet name, deserving of a sweet color? It was so good to see them and their sweet daughter. So many emotions washed over me as I realized that … Read more…

Gather Around Inspirations and Yarn Along Wednesday

Today I am blending my Wednesday feature with my Tuesday feature–sorry! However, I think that they fit together very well. I often talk about what I am reading during Yarn Along Wednesday, and what I was going to talk about this week is also one of my favorite “read-together books.”  After discovering what fun it was to crochet boot cuffs, I decided to make some more. This green pair is going to a friend who is having a rough time. It is my prayer that they brighten her day and let her know that she is thought of and loved. If you … Read more…

The Final Reveal: Rebekah’s Fall Sweater

As of Thanksgiving week, I finally finished Rebekah’s fall sweater. It was a really fun and easy pattern to follow, minus all the ends to weave in from changing colors. If anyone has a pro-tip about how to manage those, please let me know in the comments! (Rebekah’s fall sweater pattern is pinned on my Yarn Along Pinterest Board, along with many more crocheted sweater patterns.) (Those teeth . . . She has four coming in on top right now. All things considered, she handles it well. But she has her moments. Does she ever. But my heart goes out to her … Read more…

Final Nursery Reveal and a Super Simple Crocheted Gift for That Little Girl in Your Life!

nursery revelation

We debated how much to decorate our nursery. We are renters, so we didn’t want to paint and do a complete overhaul. Also, Rebekah will probably spend the first couple months in a bassinet in our bedroom. As I started to work on the nursery, I debated over some cute themes like “baby animals” and “Noah’s Ark.” I kept a few of those elements, but in the end, I decided to go a more “simple elegance” route. What helped me decide was the fact that I loved the curtains we already had in there (I’ve had them since college). They are a … Read more…