Being Martha Stewart (Sort Of!) LifeGoesStrong I like taking on DIY crafts, too. I don't do as much needlepoint or crochet as I did in my more 20/20-vision prime, but I have my eyes on a few patterns for this summer.
Winter DIY: The Cutest Star Wars Crochet in the Galaxy GeekSugar.com When Mother Nature lets it snow or, er, blizzard for days on end, stave off boredom with Lucy Ravenscar's fantastically geeky Star Wars DIY projects.
Crochet Chevron Baby Hat. I came up with a crochet pattern for this chevron newborn hat. I made it as a gift for a sweet little baby a while ago. I might post the pattern here some time. That is: if I can find the notes I scribbled ...
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