A lot of this week’s picks have a very specific sort of late wintry vibe that’s right in line with the weather these days. Lots of earthy neutral colors with just a hint of color here and there. There’s something really relaxing about a group of projects like this, don’t you think?
The Olympics opening ceremony is today! For chronic Knitflixers and Olympics fiends, this is a time that only comes once every other year! An excellent excuse to stay up too late knitting entire sweaters, blankets, and accessories as you watch people’s lifelong dreams come to fruition. There’s nothing like it, and it pairs oh so well with our favorite hobbies. :)
With temps hovering right around zero degrees, it’s a great time to be an introvert who loves yarn.
Newsflash, fall doesn’t have to mean a slew of neutral colors with a dash of dark orange thrown in!
Rug making techniques are going to be THE must-make craft this fall, I’m telling you!
This week’s picks are a great place to plan your next yarn project, whether you’re sticking to summer mode or looking ahead to fall.
You can tell it’s hot out there! There was almost nothing wearable on the blogs this week. Instead, we were all treated to dish cloths, fun accessories and colorful ideas for the home. Who doesn’t need a quick-to-make emoji pillow or Frida Kahlo clutch in their life?
What says summer more than dyeing yarn with flower petals? Learn how to dye your own keepsake-worthy yarn and more in the latest edition of Picks of the Week.
This easy weaving project puts your best yarn scraps to good use! Quick, easy and oh-so-adorable, you can crank out a set of woven burger baskets for any summer soiree!