One of my shop’s most popular items during the winter season is the hooded cowl scarves. These are great items for kids and adults because they keep you warm without having to keep track of multiple items. I love to tuck the cowl into the top of my coat and keep that barrier of the cold from hitting the rest of my body.
We offer the hooded cowl scarf in sizes from baby through adult in a variety of colors. You can choose from one color or two colors and make the scarf as unique as you would like it to be. Plus, we strive to accommodate custom requests with colors and sizes. Some of my best creations have come from custom requests from my customers.
If you would like to order your own hooded cowl scarf feel free to follow this link: Hooded Cowl Scarf or click any of the photos in this post.
If you or someone you knows crochets or knits for a charity, YarnCanada.ca is giving away yarn to be created into items for donation.
1 x $500 of yarn to a Canadian group who knits or crochets for a good cause
1 x $500 of yarn to an American group who knits or crochets for a good cause
10 x $100 of yarn to Canadian or American individuals or groups who knit or crochet for a good cause
All you need to do to apply is fill out the form and tell us your story. What will you use the yarn for, what impact has this or previous projects had, and anything else important to your story.
If you have any photos we’d love to see them too.
Submissions close December 15th and our staff will work together to select the recipients of the yarn by January 20th.
Follow this link to enter to win this yarn and create for charity!
It is Wednesday which means I am featuring another unique, handmade gift from my online boutique: Kaella Boutique
Today’s feature is my super cute Minion inspired hats in sizes from Baby-Adult Large. You can customize the Minion-inspired hat with one or two eyes and choose from blue, pink or purple color bands. Customers love these hats because I create them using a super soft yarn so your head stays warm without getting all itchy because who wants to deal with scratching their head during the winter and getting static hair…. not me!
You can check out these hats and other unique, handmade gifts by following this link to my shop or click either picture in the post.
One item that people always ask me to make are baby girl headbands because they just look so cute especially in photo shoots. The only part that I never liked were, if I made them with ties they would come untied or if I made them with a button then I had to make multiple holes for grow with the baby. After last years, Messy Bun hat craze, I decided to use hair ties to make the headbands grow with the baby because they would stretch over the head and then have a secure, snug fit.
Since I can never get rid of even the smallest amount of yarn, I am making these headbands out of leftover yarn from other projects. Lately, I have been using the different multi-colored yarns like Lion Brand Mandala and Bernat Pop so no 2 headbands will be alike. Not to say I can’t use solid colors and make them that way which will probably happen in the future.
Now I can’t wait until my live model is born and I can put some of these headbands on her to show off! If you are interested in looking around my online shop please feel free to click the link or pictures and browse ar