Pinterest Flips & Flops!

Blog She Wrote: Pinterest Flips & FlopsWelcome to Pinterest Flips & Flops a new monthly blog hop to share the things you’ve tried from Pinterest- the great ones that make you flip! And the bad ones that were a flop.

This month I’m sharing one great big flip of a project! The crocheted owl. A friend of mine sent me the pin and I quickly pinned it to my Yarn Fun board for my daughter. She tried them right away and they’ve been a huge success!

Blog She Wrote on PinterestFirst she made them into scarves and then decided the owl granny squares would make great little hand bags.

Blog She Wrote: Pinterest Flip & Flops

R13 has been making these like crazy fulfilling orders for them. She has four more bags to complete for her most recent order. They are very popular among the little girls with purses set.

Blog She Wrote: Pinterest Flips & Flops

She’s gotten really good at reading crochet patterns and makes these on the go. It’s a great little project and I adore her modifications.

Blog She Wrote: Pinterest Flips and Flops

This is a total win of a pin! Next month I’ll share more flips and a flop. You can join us too! This month visit the landing page to see some of my blogging friends and their Pinterest Flips & Flops.

Next month you visit me or any of these friendly bloggers to link up your Pinterest Flips & Flops.

Check out these Flips and Flops from some of your favorite homeschool bloggers:

– See more at: http://www.ihomeschoolnetwork.com/pinterest-flips-and-flops/#sthash.aQkjbZHU.dpuf

Check out these Flips and Flops from some of your favorite homeschool bloggers:

– See more at: http://www.ihomeschoolnetwork.com/pinterest-flips-and-flops/#sthash.aQkjbZHU.dpuf

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About Heather Woodie

Homeschooling mom to our fantastic four – two in high school, one in middle school, and one last elementary student. I'm a former middle and high school biology teacher who has embraced the independent nature of homeschooling and I mentor my children through authentic, student driven projects and learning adventures. This year we are homeschooling 11th, 9th, 7th, and 4th grades. I hope you'll find this space to be a useful resource for your homeschool.

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