Posts Tagged ‘crazyjaneknits’

Come see me on Sunday, May 1st if you are in the Maple Valley area!! 🙂 I will post more as the days get closer of what I will have at my table. In the meantime, check out Sadie Lynn’s Blog.


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(Child’s Fresh Produce in Red Apple)

Why not start the school/fall season with some Fresh Produce? Here is my harvest so far 🙂

(Child’s Fresh Produce Hat in Green Apple)

I had so much fun making these cute little hats. I have a couple more designs that I am working and will probably have them listed (just like a garden) as soon as they are ready.

(Child’s Fresh Produce Hat in Lemon)

They are made with chunky soft yarn so they have plenty of stretch and warmth. These hats fit babies from 6 months-2 years. I can make any size really so if you would like one for your 10 year old, your teen, or yourself, just send me an email or etsy convo and I can whip one up for you.

(Child’s Fresh Produce Hat in Pumpkin)

I might wear a pumpkin for Halloween 🙂 I’m excited to see how everyone likes them. I generally just make adult knit wear but with all my friends having babies, I have been inspired to make a baby line.

What do you think?

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The fair was fun. My sister and I had a blast eating power bars, coffee, and pixie stix (Nicole). We played card games and listened to music. The weather was perfect (hot), and there was a vendor that had everything from his garden. I got this yummy mint lemonade.

My sister sported my headbands all weekend…

I made some new “fresh produce” hats in apple, lemon, and pumpkin. You can find them in my shop later today. 🙂

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I was born and raised in Washington state and everyday it still amazes me how beautiful this place is. Whether it’s the blue ocean, the green trees, the colorful flowers, the warm Eastern side, or the quirky animals. It will never get old…

Last weekend we loaded into the car to drive over to Naches. We stopped and had lunch, went to a produce stand to get some fruit and garlic (what a combo), then went over to the river for fresh air.

I don’t drink soda but I loved the look of these bottles so of course I took a photo… 🙂

Once we got to the river, we saw these little critters within the first five minutes.



….and then I found some treasures…. like these flowers…

… and this glass…

…and these heart rocks… ♥

It was a really good day but in all reality, everyday here is a good day. I ♥ you Washington.

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