Antler Hat

This adorable knit Antler Hat Pattern makes a wonderful Christmas project to call in the reindeer vibes. Or knit an antler hat for the new little one of your favorite outdoor lover or hunter. Knitting a cute deer hat is a sure way to help an outdoorsy Dad be on board with some cute baby

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Jennika Crochet Slouch Hat

This slouchy hat crochet pattern features stunning cables worked as a horizontal band to start the hat off. With a moss stitch overlap that buttons together, it has some really eye catching features to it. Once you’ve completed the cabled band, you’ll pick up stitches along the top of it to complete the slouchy top

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Jennika Knit Slouch Hat

This slouchy hat knitting pattern features stunning cables worked as a horizontal band to start the hat off. With a seed stitch overlap that buttons together, it has some really eye catching features to it. Once you’ve completed the cabled band using Straight Needles, you’ll pick up stitches along the top of it to complete

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Unisex Diaper Cover

This quick and easy unisex diaper cover knitting pattern makes for a super adorable baby shower gift, or newborn photography prop. Knit on straight needles, this diaper cover is a very beginner friendly pattern. Made of bulky (5) yarn, it’s a functional pattern that can be made in as quickly as one afternoon. Please Pay

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Flower Diaper Cover and Headband Set

This stunning knit diaper cover and headband set pattern features beautiful flowers and leaves to make it a super elegant photography prop or baby shower gift. This diaper cover knitting pattern features sizes Newborn through 1-3 Years, and a photo tutorial for the beautiful knit flowers. You’ll find the Floral Diaper Cover and Headband Set

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Floral Diaper Cover and Headband

This gorgeous crochet diaper cover and headband set pattern features stunning multi-layered flowers and leaves to make it a super elegant photography prop or baby shower gift. This diaper cover crochet pattern features sizes Newborn through 1-3 Years, and a photo tutorial for the beautiful crochet flowers. You’ll find the Floral Diaper Cover and Headband

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Knit Frog Hat Pattern

This sweet knit frog hat pattern was designed to be fun and quick.  This frog hat showcases moss stitch for a nice textured look.  This knitting pattern features all sizes Newborn through Adult. If you love knit animal hats like I am, be sure and check out this new hat pattern.  It calls for a

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Acorn Child

This baby acorn hat knitting pattern is designed to make you smile…. I know, I know…. here I go with the adorable fruit, tree, plant (??) babies again, haha. But you tell me – what’s not to love about a fall newborn wearing a knit acorn hat!? Right. This knit child acorn hat pattern includes

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Finesse Place Mat

This beautiful free floral lace crochet place mat pattern is worked in the round in a spiral of sorts. It’s a super fun project to work up that produces gorgeous results. Despite the complex look of the finished place mat, it’s actually a very straight forward and easy crochet pattern. This free crochet place mat

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Journey Back to Power – Day 10

Yesterday I posted a graphic on my Facebook page…. “I desire to dance, and romance, and find love… perchance.” There was a comment suggesting, “First you have to find love in yourself.” Hmmm… this is a topic of discussion I could really dive into. First off- I think of myself as a person with a

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Journey Back to Power – Day 9

Today is the first morning of my week back with my kiddos and the last week before school starts. As I usually do on these summer week days, I spent the early morning hours multi-tasking. I was watching stock charts, making the occasional stock trade, cooking bacon and bagels, reading game instructions for Netherlee, and

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Journey Back to Power – Day 8

Sometimes the most powerful thing to do is to take a break. Self care goes a LONG ways. Yesterday I woke up WORN OUT! Showing up here on the blog consistently this month for this Journey Back to Power challenge is important to me. Honestly, though, I was feeling uninspired, emotional, and like rest was

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Journey Back to Power – Day 7

How do you push your edges?? Doing something I never imagined I could/would do makes me feel extremely powerful. It reminds me that there’s a world of possibility out there. That I need only expand my imagination to make something a reality. I always like to envision a sheet of bread dough being rolled out

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Journey Back to Power – Day 6

What does it mean to fully own and embody your power? There seems to be lots of different ways that walking as a powerful person can show up. From taking action towards creating your desired dreams, to learning to draw clean and clear boundaries. Last night I had an opportunity to fully own and embody

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Journey Back to Power – Day 5

Yesterday I spoke about the importance of acknowledging where our attention has been so we can direct it towards the things that we’d like to be cultivating in our lives. One of the community members commented on that post, and mentioned how important it is not just to redirect our focus, but also to acknowledge

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Journey Back to Power – Day 4

What do you give your power away to?? I’m gonna be honest here. I’m guilty of sometimes willingly giving my power away to something or someone else. There are often things that I know would nourish and support me if I took action…. yet I choose something far less supportive in a moment of exhaustion

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Journey Back to Power – Day 3

When we’re traveling our days with the intention of moving in a powerful, creative way, it’s important to get started on the right foot. After all, the saying, “You woke up on the wrong side of the bed” certainly didn’t come from nowhere. The way we start our day tends to carry with us. Leave

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Journey Back to Power – Day 2

I was watching a video recently which spoke about “incompletes.” It mentioned that anytime we have something we’ve been meaning to do, but haven’t yet, that this unfinished to-do list item pulls on our energy. For instance, the pile of dirty laundry on the chair in my bedroom pulls on my energy just a little

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Journey Back to Power – Day 1

Over the past couple of years, I have been through some epic transformation. Just as the butterfly goes into the cocoon and completely liquefies before re-emerging as the new self, I’ve been stripping away many layers of my “perceived” self in service of finding the real me buried somewhere underneath. Lately, I’ve felt just like

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Butterfly Babe

For the first time, I’m sharing my Butterfly Babe knitting pattern free on the blog. This is a super cute pattern for a butterfly photography prop onesie perfect for use in Newborn baby photos. The 3D wings make it quite unique, and it’s a fun project to kick your crafty side into gear. The butterfly

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Lessons and Lilies

This morning, a beautiful orange lily bloomed outside my front door. As I admired the first of many blooms soon to come, I marveled at the way life channels us into certain places at certain times.  Lilies have been rather sacred to me throughout my healing journey over the past couple years.  So of course,

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