Make your personalized gifts even better! Now you can add these designs as an accent, or even as a central theme to the wording on custom designed pendants and jewelry tags!
This one has been a long time in coming! But now they are all laid out for you to see easily! You can compare their sizes in relation to one another. Also, I have numbered them for easy reference. I am working on updating most of the personalize-able items in my shop to include them so now you can have your hand-stamped, personalized jewelry include some cute designs as well. (But you can still opt for a more basic design if you'd like - your wish is my command!)
Another new option is what I like to call my Whimsical Numbers! I have them stamped on this cute little guitar pick pendant. It's great for those who love music! And you'd like to commemorate a special date, it would make the perfect gift! I think it looks even better with the new numbers!
Also, for all you knitters out there, in addition to the knit stitch markers that I already offer in my shop, I have added another new original knitting pattern too! Introducing the new Jaden Fingerless Mitts pattern featuring Yarn Bee, Urban Chic yarn from Hobby Lobby! It's a super easy pattern that's great for a partial ball of yarn. That's actually how it got started! I had made a water bottle holder for my niece, and had yarn left over. So I made these mitts and still have some left over. I bet you could actually get a couple of pairs of mitts out of one ball of yarn! Talk about a stash buster! So here's the preview of these cute, sporty little numbers, that are great for guys or girls!
The great part about these mitts is that they are relatively quick, and the yarn makes a faux-fair-isle knitting pattern. Since it's the yarn that makes the patterning, you can expect your mitts to be a little different from one another, as you can see from the differences in the pictures. I think that makes them even more fun! But if you want them to match a little better, you can start the main hand section using the blue/green section of the ball, and wind up the patterning portions of the yarn, i.e., the orange and white/yellow and white, and reserve it for working on the cuff later, which is how this mitt is worked anyway! Easy peasy!
If you would like to get this pattern right away, you can get it as an instant download here.
If you have any questions or comments, you can contact me through my shop, on Instagram: TerahsClassicCreations, Facebook.com/TerahsClassicCreationsStudio, or comment on this blog!