Sometimes there’s nothing more delightful than crafting for crafting’s sake, and summer is a great time to experiment with new ideas!
Stuck in a rut? Feel like looking at pretty pictures of yarn stuff? You've come to the right place!
Knittable in two weekends (really!), a short sleeved, worsted weight cardigan is a quick addition to a handmade wardrobe. Check out Heidi’s modified take on the Myrna cardigan using Blue Sky Fibers’ Woolstok yarn.
In this week’s picks, find inspiration to experiment with your yarn crafting this summer! Knit crochet, or macramé, this is the perfect season to get creative.
Looking for something summery to crochet? Find your summer crochet project with one of these brand new patterns from independent designers!
Look at this crop of perfectly summery projects! Most of these sunny patterns can be whipped up in a weekend, which makes any one of them ideal for adding to this season’s vacation project list. ;)
It’s officially summer, friends! For some, that means their knitting and crochet work is on hiatus, but there is so much that can be made for warm weather. Yes, with yarn!
Learn the ins and outs, pros and cons of sewing the beginner-friendly ESP Dress from Decades of Style.
Sometimes stash-diving results in a fun dress that teaches you a thing or two about ease and fit. Click to check out the pros and cons of making Simplicity pattern 1803, and get some practical sewing advice from Grandma while you’re at it!
Tis the season for quick, warm-weather makes! You’ve got your home and outfit accessories, sure, but the yarn craft blogosphere definitely loves publishing boxy top patterns in spring and summer too. To celebrate boxy top season, there’s one of each for knit AND crochet in this week’s picks. Enjoy!