All of these (free!) patterns are perfect to cast on or hook up for fall. The only question is: which one to try first?
The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers’ houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Crocheters really brought it this week! Which of this week’s picks are you most excited to try?
Zen Yarn Garden’s gorgeous, hand-dyed Color Bundles are so easy to work with. Dyed to order, these 3 skein sets are designed to compliment each other and flow together effortlessly. Click through to learn more and enter to win an entire Zen Yarn Garden Color Bundle for your next knitting or crochet project.
Learn how to estimate lengths of color for intarsia knitting, as well as how to make intarsia bobbins and intarsia butterflies to manage your ends as you knit.
My ever-expanding interest in all crafts made with string makes me extra happy to see such a diverse collection of needle and hand crafts this week. Knitting and crochet, of course, are represented, but there’s also macrame, tassel making and weaving. Be still my strung-out heart. ;)
The Read Along Knit Along prize pack always impresses, and this one’s no exception. Take a closer look at Knitter’s Pride’s Rainbow Knit Blockers, Eucalan fiber wash, and an exciting gift certificate from LoveKnitting. :)
Get an overview of intarsia knitting: what it is and why it’s worth learning, including an in-depth video tutorial on how to knit basic intarsia.
It’s time to get your fall on with one of these cute knit & crochet ideas!