Goodness I love January. It may be a bit cold for some folks up north, but dang if those cold temps don’t bring out some of the most crush-worthy knit designs!
Get cozy with one of these quick knit & crochet projects this weekend!
A close look at two different long tail cast ons, the regular Long Tail Cast On and the German Twisted Cast On.
What to binge watch while knitting and crocheting this winter.
It’s grey enough out there in January, so let’s warm things up with colorful crafting ideas!
It’s a new year, so let’s start things off by taking a close look at different knitting cast ons. In this post, you’ll learn everything you need to know to master slip knots, the Knitted Cast On, and the Cable Cast On in knitting.
Get your hands on the Ruby Stole knitting pattern. Featuring short rows, easy lace and tons of gorgeous texture, the Ruby Stole is a fun, fast single skein knitting pattern. Find it on Ravelry or in the Hands Occupied Pattern Shop.
With temps hovering right around zero degrees, it’s a great time to be an introvert who loves yarn.
It’s a new year, and there’s so much to celebrate! A lot of us have cold temps as a great excuse to spend time hunkered down with needles and hooks, but if you’re looking for a cozy place to warm up in January or February, I’ve got a few ideas.