Friday, December 30, 2011

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

I used some awesome patterns, tutorials and recipes in my holiday crafting over the last several weeks. As promised I wanted to give you the info. Giving credit where credit is due, plus you can go off and make your own now if you want! :)

So let's go with the felt food first. There's loads of tutorials out there, but I used these particular ones as my jumping off point. (the hotdog was my own creation - if I ever get my computer and scanner working again I'll try to do a tutorial up for it)
Craftiness is not Optional
Skip to my Lou

For the real food head on over to my favorite crockpot site, A Year of Slow Cooking for Nuts and Bolts and Chex Party Mix

For sewing the Cupcake Outfit is a skirt of my own design and the top is a modified Charlie Tee. You know where that's from... My fave Fishsticks Designs. The Heating pad is from a great tutorial at The Green Wife and the pocket warmers adapted from Diamonds Fur and Laundry. The doll tents are from Sew Mama Sew.

All knitting patterns can be found in Ravelry's database. They include: Jacques Cousteau Hat, Snowboarder Hat That Rocks, Toddler Ear Flap Hat, Star Crossed Slouchy Beret, and Nottingham.

There we go! I think that should cover it! Happy crafting!

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