Alysha here with another blog post that's for anyone wanting to start out with knitting and crocheting. The craft world is a vast place and that can get a little intimidating both for you and your wallet. If you're anything like me, you see a thing you like whether it be a show or hobby,… Continue reading Getting Started with Knitting and Crocheting: Building Your Yarn Stash and Tools
This soft squishy cowl made in three colors of a luscious merino wool is simple to knit in the round. The characteristics of the knit fabric make the alternating bands of color/stitches draw together in a squishy accordion pattern, or it could be blocked flat. Keeping it squishy, though, means it can be worn in… Continue reading Melodeon Cowl
So soft and drapey, this lovely spring shawl is knit from side to side and is made up of garter stitch sections, an easy-to-learn lace pattern in the trellis sections and edgings, and a center panel of lace medallion roses. This gorgeous shawl is perfect for intermediate knitters and is just the thing to make… Continue reading Rose Trellis Shawl to Knit
This 12” square for a baby blanket is made in the Dots and Dashes knitting pattern. There are a lot of patterns in the world with that title though, so I was trying to think of something different. My father served in WWII as a telegraph operator. He used to talk about how he learned… Continue reading Dit Dah Blanket Square
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!