Every shop or craft booth needs to have some “easy buys.” Those inexpensive items that are easy to pick up on your way out… simple pleasures, great for office gifts or stocking stuffers! Every major retailer has these… Continue reading 6 Easy Crocheted Items to Sell for Under $5
I love the “ripple” effect that is created in these pretty little flowers by using front and back post double crochets. A fun new twist to a simple flower. I hope you enjoy it! Continue reading Ripple Flower Applique
Fringe is in! And these little cup cozies are no exception. This design has been my most popular cup cozy at craft fairs this year. I hope you enjoy this simple and stylish pattern! Continue reading Fringe Cup Cozy Pattern
I created these wands on accident when I attempted to make 4th of July ribbon wands and one of the spools I purchased was a wire garland. I found out they do not “flow” at all and make a terrible addition to a ribbon wand! However, they are fantastic for these fun “firework” wands! Continue reading Firework Wands Tutorial
This t-shirt wrap bracelet is a simple and comfortable accessory to a summer wardrobe. I personally have several styles made for myself and wear them regularly! So cute! Have fun playing with colors (and don’t feel like you have to stick with t-shirt yarn… see note below) and button styles and even add a charm or two. So many ways to have fun with this pattern! Continue reading T-Shirt Yarn Wrap Bracelet (Tutorial & Free Template)
This classy little clutch is so stylish and pretty! Perfect for an evening out or as an accessory for your favorite dress. And it is so simple to put together! Continue reading Fringe Clutch Crochet Pattern
It is amazing what you can do in a year! One year ago, Cute As A Button Crochet & Craft did not exist. I didn’t have a business name or a logo, I had never sold a single item, I was watching my very first YouTube videos on how to do a treble crochet and how to crochet in the back loop! Doing my first craft show seemed like a far-off dream and creating a website felt daunting. Now a year later and all these things have come and gone and it has been way more fun than I ever imagined.
I went to my first two craft fairs this year… The 4th of July Craft Fair in July and the Festival of Light in November. It was so rewarding to share my work and see people enjoy what I had created. It was also fun to share the experience with my eleven year old son, Nathan, who has created his own product line, Little Green Thumb. We met so many wonderful people and had a blast being part of these social events. I am so happy that I took the risk and tried something new!
Thank you to each and every one of you who encouraged me, came to my events, gave me advice, commented on my photos, bought one (or more 🙂 ) of my creations, or ‘liked’ and shared my page this last year. I have felt so honored and blessed by your interest and support! I couldn’t have done it without you. It is the reward of seeing people enjoy my work that fuels my desire to do more. Thank you for sharing in this new passion of mine!
I am barely one foot out of 2015 and I’m already eager for more in 2016. I have a list of new patterns I can’t wait to try and new items to add to my shop. I loved discovering what you all liked the most this past year and am planning more of your favorites this coming year. I hope you like them. Thank you for allowing me to share a little part of your life in 2015!
I hope you have a very Happy New Year!