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Seagull Stories

nemo seagull3It never ceases to amaze me the stories behind the custom designs I am approached for. None has touched my heard as much as The Seagull.

About a year ago, a gentleman by the name of Segal contacted me to make a new design for him. He was planning an outing with his brothers and wanted to surprise them with their very own Finding Nemo Seagull golf club cover. He and his brother’s even sent me a picture to thank me for making this annual event special.

Since then, I have gotten numerous requests for replication of this Seagull design. Most have been for little boys who love golf and Pixar movies. However, recently, I received one that touched my heart.

A woman who lost both her parents within weeks of each other contacted me. She had a lovely story about her father, who told her that he would visit her as a spirit in the form of a seagull. She had been searching for a seagull golf club cover since his passing. How relieved she was to find mine, now her father could be with her always.

What golf club cover have you always dreamed of having? Something silly or sentimental? Custom orders are always available, contact me and I will be happy to make arrangements.

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Vote for Yoda

I am super excited about this one.

still in the running, vote for me!
still in the running, vote for me!

today I found out that my original design, the Yoda Golf Club Cover is in the running to win a contest from Lion Brand Yarn! The winner will receive a trip for 2 to meet Vanna White in LA.

What do I have to do to win? Get the most votes! So, if you love golf, star wars, or just me, make sure to click on this link and vote for the little green guy in the list of entries. Also, make sure to share this on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Thanks guys, cant wait to let you know the good news!!!

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Portuguese Cables

This weekend, stuck home with the kids, snow piled high outside our door, I decided to learn some new knitting techniques. Why not teach myself one at a time? Why that would be way too easy.
First I researched a knitting style I had only just heard of, Portuguese knitting. It uses the left thumb almost entirely. You can take a lesson on YouTube from the expert here: Andrea Wong
Next I found a pattern I loved on ravelry which used lots of cables. Can you believe I have never done cables? I got out some lion brand superwash merino cashmere and got to work. Super soft and so much fun!
Need to learn knitting basics? Make sure to check out my YouTube channel.

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