Knit the Fisherman’s Rib Baby Blanket, a great option for a decorative throw or baby gift. This pattern uses an addictive stitch with lots of dimensionality that will give your blanket endless texture.
Can you say fall neutrals? Keeping it chill color-wise was the name of the game this week. As much as I love color, I understand the appeal that subtle home decor and wearable accessories can have. Namely, I like to pair neutrals with really colorful things! Is that so wrong? ;)
Parlez-vous pom pom? This wee blanket is so adorable, quick and easy to knit. You’ll find yourself cranking out a bunch of these for baby shower gifts galore!
Grab any one of these & that ball of yarn you’ve been excited to play with and go to town – you can have most of these done in a day if you’re up for the challenge. C’mon, weekend crafting!
Inspire your weekend knitting with these great new ideas!
A showstopper during baby shower gift opening, a hand knit or crochet baby blanket makes one of the best gifts. This perfectly squishy baby blanket is a relaxing and beginner friendly knit!
When this goes live, I’ll be hanging out in a hotel room in the rainy Bahamas. As someone who loves reading, crafts and other general indoor activities, I think I’ll probably still enjoy the crap out of unplugging for the week. This week’s picks are (if you couldn’t guess it) all from last weekend, but they’re still 100% picks-worthy, scout’s honor!
It’s so fascinating to assemble my weekly picks every Friday and see what trends intersect – seeing them in collage like this often reveals trends I hadn’t even realized I kept seeing.
Knitting season continues to impress this fall! The knitting and crochet blogs have turned out another great week’s worth of sweaters, accessories, home décor, and blankets. All of which remind me of the total lack of holiday knitting I’ve yet to start this year. Better get on that!