This simple, four-panel latch hook project is all about finding a way to beautifully use and share scraps from your yarn stash. Gather your yarn ends! Quilters get to use fabric scraps to create beautiful works of art from their leftovers. Why can’t the same concept apply to yarn crafters?
It’s summer and if you’re between projects, there are some great ideas worth a look here. :)
Check out this free pattern for a basic latch hook wall hanging. The Tiered Colorblock Wall Hanging features three kinds of yarn cut into different lengths, resulting in a visually interesting finished project that will add some color and whimsy to your home decor!
You’ve mastered latch hook basics, so it’s come time to finish your project to turn it into a handmade masterpiece. What do you do? Learn basic latch hook project finishing with this easy tutorial.
Learn the basics of working a latch hook project from square one, so you can try this fun craft for yourself (and use up your yarn ends in the process)!
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.
What a fun mix of very trendy and very classic yarn ideas we have for you this week!
Newsflash, fall doesn’t have to mean a slew of neutral colors with a dash of dark orange thrown in!
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.