Hi, I'm Denton. Nice to meet you. :D I love arts and crafts, especially knitting and crochet. Follow me to see all of my yarn craft projects.
Just finished a crochet ripple throw blanket for a friend. :)
(Pattern: Striped Zig-Zag Blanket [Every Home]; Artist: Loops & Threads)
I’m almost finished with my dads best friend’s ripple afghan. It matches all of the colors in her home :)
I had a great day at the Saturday Market in Anchorage, Alaska today. It was my first time selling at a local event and it was a good experience :) I sold quite a few items. Very exciting!
I have two more little birds to go for the Saturday Market this weekend. I have quite the flock :)
(pattern: Jay the Bird, artist: Fresh Stitches)
Introducing my newest little birdies; bubble, sage, cole and flair :) They are all going up for adoption at the Anchorage Alaska Saturday Market on July 12th
I’m teaching a class on how to make this crochet purse I finished recently. The pattern is called “crochet trio” by Lily Chin. It turned out very cute in the linen concerto by Plymouth Yarns.
I’m making little birds for the Saturday market. I used the patten “Jay the Bird” by Fresh Stitches.
I’ve finished a commission for a customer. These are characters from “The Binding of Issac”. I believe it’s a video game.
These are some double thick hot pads I’ve made. I think they’re kinda cute :)
Download the free pattern here:
This is what I taught this month for the crochet class at work. It’s called “Lil’ Baby Unicorn” by Little Yarn Friends. I just finished her up :D So cute.
I’ve never really showed you guys where I work :) Here’s far north yarn company, my second home, in Alaska. I love this place.
Who doesn’t want a crochet Mushroom?
You can download this free crochet pattern with the link below:
Introducing “The Washboard”, a simple crochet dishcloth or facecloth using single crochet ribbing with a solid single crochet border. It’s for my beginning crochet class this August :D
You can download the free crochet pattern with the link below:
Two crochet apple potholders for a class I taught this week :D
Look who’s dug its way through my yarn storage. Diglet, Poke’mon #50, only reaches 8” tall. :D