This week’s picks are the springiest yet! Find Easter ideas, great layering pieces, baby projects, animal projects, and more. Hippity hoppity, friends – spring is just about here!
Crochet the Worker Bee Bag & Worker Bee Clutch during the Read Along Crochet Along, April 1-30! This adorable bag uses filet crochet, baubles, and elongated stitches to create a fun, textural piece perfect for spring! Preorder between now and April 1 to save on the pattern.
In honor of my wedding anniversary today, I’d planned to share with you some pictures of my husband modeling my gift for him, a lovingly knitted Icelandic sweater, but, uh, about that…
This week’s picks are a great seasonal cross-section of ideas, with such a nice selection of all things late winter/early spring!
Learn about Shepherd’s Lamb Churro Yarn, a gorgeous, earthy single ply yarn that comes in great colors and is perfect for knitting, crochet, and weaving. And enter to win a skein to try for yourself!
This week, I’m grateful there are crochet bloggers in this world who share fun, cute & colorful projects for those us in grey climbs to stare at as while we wait for spring to officially arrive. :)
Vogue Knitting Live is a fun conference for knitters and yarn fans alike. You can take some of the best workshops, meet yarn friends in real life, and buy some great yarn & supplies in their awesome marketplace. Vogue Knitting Live is coming to Chicago, March 9-11, and it’s a must-do if you’re a yarn lover anywhere near Chi-town.
There is something so elegant about knitting on the bias, a.k.a. knitting diagonally. While it’s just a matter of increasing on one edge of your work while decreasing at the same rate on the other edge, it elevates something like basic garter stitch with such simplicity.
A lot of this week’s picks have a very specific sort of late wintry vibe that’s right in line with the weather these days. Lots of earthy neutral colors with just a hint of color here and there. There’s something really relaxing about a group of projects like this, don’t you think?