It’s been cold here in Anchorage. Now, we are waiting for snowfall. Since I cannot wait for snow, I made small numbers of snow cloud earrings with slightly pearly frosty beads. I crochet the clouds with soft merino wool yarn. They are soft and squishy. They will add a bit of fun for your winter outfit.
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This year I added black bears to the gang! I don’t know why I didn’t last year. Anyway, I love big ears of black bears. They look cute and mischievious, aren’t they?
I crocheted the bear head with 100 % wool worsted yarn, like the other animal heads. And now, Alaskan animal head ornaments are brown bear, polar bear, black bear, and moose. I’m thinking of adding some more animals.
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I designed these rainy cloud earrings last summer.
We had very dry hot summer without good amount of rain for a long time.
I made rainy clouds with gray yarn that I had in my stash. The skinny yarn came from my mother’s stash. She used to knit with knitting machine so she had a lot of remnants of fingering weight yarn from 1970s.
The first couple pairs I made with the vintage yarns sold out at a local market right away.
Now I make them with cashmere and merino wool blend yarn. It is not scratchy at all even it touches your face.
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