I absolutely love trying new things and taking on new projects in the craft world is no different! With this said, I took a giant leap by knitting my first hat- and it's about time too! I used a skein of Red Heart's Curly Q in Thunderstorm which was a gift from my mom. I … Continue reading A day of firsts..
During my time at an SnB meeting one week I wanted to try a new stitch. I decided to make a headband using the Lotus Flower Stitch. << That's a link to Craft Cookie's instruction which is what I used to pick up the pattern. I found the pattern very easy to follow along with … Continue reading Here’s my pitch: a flower on top of a flower stitch
Are you in need of a cute way to protect your laptop? Why not make a knitted computer case? It takes only a couple of hours and would be a great gift to give to a friend! Here's what you'll need: -yarn (I used Loops and Threads' Cozy Wool in velvet, note: I recommend a … Continue reading I’ve got you covered: diy knitted computer case
I've been super duper busy with school, but when I do have the time (usually when watching tv- which I rarely do anyway) I've been knitting. I found this scarf pattern online for free! Its a great pattern and very easy to follow! Go to http://www.thecastingoncouch.com-click on free patterns-click on the first link titled 'lace … Continue reading what i’ve been working on..
I've always loved knitting, but It wasn't until recently that I realized I wasn't expanding on this skill-for all I ever knitted was scarfs! They are extremely simple to make and are great gifts which I believe is probably what sucked me into this endless cycle of knitting scarfs. ( and I didn't even knit … Continue reading A headband that’s sure to turn heads!
Do you have left over yarn from projects that isn't possibly enough to make something with? Consider making a scrap scarf! I had so much yarn, in a variety of colors( and some strange colors at that) that I knew I would never use and even at different lengths, so I decided to make a … Continue reading Scrap Scarf