God is the God of now. We get so caught up in the “I was” and “I will be” that we forget the “I am.” Remember God in the present. Because He hasn’t once forgotten you.
Here are some beginner tips for first time travelers.
I first got inspired for this piece when another Erin (@LoftKnits) made a post on Instagram asking what were we knitting this summer & without even blinking I type up Lace Hat. Light bulb! This was perfect. A Lace Hat! Why didn’t I thinking of it before. Because when one think of summer they thinkContinue reading “BTP: Elm Tree Slouch”
Inspiration behind the Cross Body Bag. Spoiler alert! It was suppose to be a clutch.
When I first saw blanket yarn my first thought was, “Is this even yarn? Who would use this?” I was a newbie knitter (who was still exploring the world of yarn) I really couldn’t see myself making anything with it. Now a year later I’m in love & I just can’t get enough. Deets below.
In this post I state what I always try to remind myself. & about how the Lord heals.
This week I stayed in the book of Romans. I learned that obedience is righteousness & so is faith. “Abram believed the LORD, and he credited it to him as righteousness.“ Genesis 15:6 NIV. We need to have faith to obey. & if we are not obeying God then we are following the ways ofContinue reading “Reflection”
Since I’m a crafter I tend to carry yarn wherever I go. You might be wondering what are the must-haves I need to get the job done. In this post I lay it all out for you.
Hey guys. Today I’m going to be do my first pattern review. The pattern I’m reviewing is the Heart Pattern Baby Blanket by Ann Saglimbene. You can get it for free on Ravelry. But for now here is my experience with this pattern.
So you may be thinking, “What is a scrap rug.” Well the answer is within the title itself. Basically a rug made out of scrap yarn. Read more to find out what I’ve done with the bits of scrap yarn I’ve had left over from other projects.