After some delays due to my internet signal failing, I am here with a great designer for you all! It's Saturday so it must be Indy artist day. Out of the Parc Designs is experiencing a boom of baby orders lately. I've been scouring the net for the cutest, brightest, happiest newborn designs available, that in turn, led me to designer Jennifer Lynas. Are you ready for great crocheted kids designs?
I love being the person that customers and friends call on when they want something special made for a new baby or an event like the first day of school. That feeling of happiness really never goes away. Designers like Jennifer Lynas create designs that make those firsts in a child's life just perfect. With a collection of photo props, clothing, hats, scarves and other "adorables", there's really no end to the creativity you can show in your crocheting!
In my own case the baby boom going on around me necessitated the search for infant clothes I could make as gifts. Jennifer Lynas created some really sweet things that are perfect as gifts. I especially like her clothing designs because they are so perfect for those newborn pictures and also practical. The Crafty Narwhal offers designs individually or as a set.
Crafty Narwhals on Etsy offers a whole host of kids hat and hood designs for winter. Around the Northern Adirondacks those hood patterns are quite popular because they keep head,ears, and neck warm without having to wear several separate pieces. (if you have a son like mine you are lucky to get a hat on as they zoom by)
I really could go on all day but T.k. Wilson has a blog coming up that will discuss the toys and loveys in detail. I hope you will go to laterosedollclothes.weebly.com/ to get the rest of the story, if you will.
I want to thank Jennifer Lynas for her hard work and for the wonderful designs. I was not joking when I said I could spend all day here talking about Crafty Narwhals. Check out the facebook page too @www.facebook.com/CraftyNarwhal/!
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