In my experience of many years knitting and crocheting, I've noticed a lot of people complain mightily about finishing up all the holiday gifts they wanted to make, enjoying their winter holiday of choice, then waking up the day after all fired up not only to make a new project but to make a new… Continue reading Knit for Me and Crochet for Me Bundle Sale!
These are very easy to stitch, and even though you have two colors in each stripe, you are only stitching with one color at a time so there are no bobbins to juggle. Finished Size:8” tall x 8” in circumference at wrist and top, 10” in circumference at widest part of thumb gusset. Materials: Small… Continue reading Stripes Interrupted Fingerless Gloves
By far the most popular post and YouTube video I have done in recent years is the Fisherman’s Rib Scarf. It started as a project for my niece who wanted a warm gray scarf and has taken on a life of its own. I get tons of requests for a matching hat so here it… Continue reading Fisherman’s Rib Hat
Inspired by The Witcher - the tv show, not the video game or the book. I don’t know about you but I am obsessed with it -I am on my second watching of all the episodes and I am sure I will watch it again and again. As with any movie or tv series I… Continue reading Dara’s Hat to Crochet
I have way more fabric scraps than I do places to store them so I am making a point to start using them up. For these cute serving plates I got clear glass plates from the dollar store, cut up some scraps, and used Mod Podge to finish them off! In this post and video… Continue reading Mod Podge and Fabric Scrap Serving Plates
I love the look of bobbles in some knit accessories but find the process of knitting them tedious - back and forth, back and forth, on a teeny number of stitches every time you want one. Of course you could learn to knit backwards (yes that is a thing and yes it can help) but… Continue reading Encompass Cowl – Knit with Crochet Bobbles!
I originally designed this scarf as the Bisectional Scarf when I was appearing on Hochanda TV in the UK a few years back. I wanted something that even entry level knitters could make while using the luscious worsted weight yarn from Zen Yarn Garden. There may be affiliate links in this post. The scarf is… Continue reading Easy Fringed Garter Stitch Scarf to Knit
Double-sided layers of front and back post treble crochets makes this scarf light to wear but incredibly warm. And the stitch pattern is completely reversible, making this stylish scarf look good from any angle! This post may contain affiliate links. I love to have a ton of scarves to choose from when I am heading… Continue reading Easy to Crochet Thermal Scarf
Have you all heard about Tangi? It's a platform for short videos on all kinds of DIY topics and a lot of the yarnie bloggers you know and love are there - including me! And using their short format, you can easily learn to knit, or refresh your dormant knitting skills without spending a whole… Continue reading Quickly Refresh Your Knitting Skills with Videos from Tangi!
This is a super simple-to-stitch hat, using the beginner Tunisian crochet techniques of Tunisian Simple Stitch in one- and two-colors, and Tunisian Knit Stitch. It’s crocheted flat, then sewn up along one seam, and is a great use of partial skeins of worsted weight yarn you might have in your stash. It also makes great… Continue reading Roll Brim Tunisian Toque