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? ;)
Who among us doesn’t love a good marathon knitting & crochet session? Let’s define Knitflix & talk about why it’s so great. Plus, learn how you can get your favorite Knitflix companions featured on Hands Occupied!
You know, for it being Friday the 13th, this week’s picks ended up being decidedly cheery! All of these ideas are colorful, fun, free and fast, a recipe for any weekend to be filled with good luck, even if it starts on a superstitious day.
There’s a new knitting show in town, and everyone can watch it free on YouTube! The Knit Show with Vickie Howell is a Kickstarter-funded, studio quality craft show all about knitting and crochet. I was lucky enough to design a custom knit hat pattern especially for beginners for the show’s second-ever episode!
It is clear from the blogosphere that no 2017 home is complete without tassels and macrame. Whether it’s a room divider, planter, throw pillow, or a simple bookmark, there’s no excuse not to give it a try!
I think with Sunday marking the start of October, all of the bloggers rounded up to Halloween and were like, “Stop! It’s pumpkin time!”
The hugely popular pom pom trend shows no sign of slowing! Pom poms, tassels, yarn-adorned wall hangings, and latch hooking will continue to fill Pinterest and our blog feeds for many more months to come.
Who doesn’t love a good single skein knitting pattern? This checked scarf with bands of garter stitch at even intervals is both textural and masculine. A chain edge and knit and purl motifs really add a nice polish to this simple pattern.
Neutrals were out in force this week! I’m much more of a bold-colors-in-your-face kind of gal, but I know a lot of knitters and crocheters are all about neutrals, which I can totally respect.