Looking at all the projects published on the blogs this week, you can tell that yarn season is officially open!
Things are starting to look cozy on the yarnternet (to coin a phrase)! The new pattern releases for layerable garments and warm accessories are a sure sign fall is on its way.
We’re at the point in the summer where kids start to get really bored. At the library I’ve got more kiddos reading than ever, more playing games than ever, and more getting into squabbles with each other at the same time. I think the collective internet had the same stir-crazy realization this week because there are a bunch of new kid-friendly yarn ideas out this week.
Whether you want to crochet an adorable hedgehog or throw together a bulky weaving project, this list has your weekend crafting covered.
There was such cuteness on the blogs this week! I think that’s what I love most about warm weather yarn crafting – when you make something cute for cute’s sake. There’s nothing more pure to me than the silly pleasure one gets from making something adorable.
Tassels are quick, on-trend and an easy way to add brilliant color to any accessory. The best part about tassels is that even folks who identify as non-crafters can do them in no time.
We’ve got a long weekend ahead of us, folks! That means maximum yarn crafting time, so if you haven’t yet tackled a new skill, this is a golden opportunity to do so.
My favorite ideas of the week include some amazing crochet, weaving and macrame!
It’s cowl making season, are you in the mood for a new snood?