It looks like this Easter season is all about neutrals and pastels coming together. We keep seeing a lot of light oranges, pinks & yellows, along with earthy browns and tans, and the ever-persistent greys and creams.
This week’s picks are a great seasonal cross-section of ideas, with such a nice selection of all things late winter/early spring!
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. :)
This crochet cowl is perfect for folks who want an easy-to memorize stitch pattern and a good excuse to use some stash yarn or yarn ends that haven’t yet found a home! All you need to make the Moss Stitch Cowl is two, 50g balls of yarn in different colors.
A particular shade of purple may be the color of the year, but there seems to be more pink to be found online this week than purple! Between Valentine’s Day coming up and the seemingly-unstoppable powerhouse that is Millennial Pink, I think we might know why.
With temps hovering right around zero degrees, it’s a great time to be an introvert who loves yarn.
2017 has certainly proven to be the year of the pom pom, so how could the current holiday season not include a few cute pom pom ideas?
The Lopi Tote makes use of bulky yarn and elegant, screw-in handles to create a deep bag with a wide base that knits up quick. Get your hands on this free pattern, designed with knitters in mind. The Lopi Tote is perfect for carrying your next knitting project on the go!
With a fridge full of leftovers to snack on, you’ll find me spending this Thanksgiving weekend neck-deep in yarn. ;)