Last month we were preparing for my husbands departure to Social Media Marketing World and it took us a while to get back into the swing of things. My husband had a blast and even though I loved spending alone time with my boys I definitely needed a break.
I am so excited to share about a donation I had the privilege of being a part of. My cousin Teri let me know that her daughter’s school, Capitol Hill Cooperative Preschool, was having an auction and if I wanted to donate some of my crocheted items. I thought it was such a wonderful idea and I was so happy to begin crocheting!
First, I made an adult infinity scarf. I used chunky wool ease yarn in 3 different colors. It came out so nice! I loved it so much and kept the pattern so I could make more.
I included a few bath scrubbies that I just love to make. They are so swirly and colorful!
I also included some of my favorite sweethearts.
I made a new pattern for a slouchy child beanie and I was so glad that it turned out as well as it did. I also included a baby headband with a heart instead of a flower, and a little heart swirl that can be worn on a clip.
The picture shows all the items ready to be shipped. I loved making these for my cousin’s preschool auction. I hope to do many more projects like this one in the future.