We are approaching the end of summer! With that comes a renewed interest in what to make as temperatures begin to fall. If you’re looking for projects to transition your making from warm to cool weather, here are a few colorful new ideas from around the internet. :)
Learn how to bind latch hook project edges using whip stitch with this step by step photo tutorial.
It’s time for another installment of Picks of the Week! This go around, we’ve got lots of crochet, animal-inspired ideas, and a great article on yarn substitution. (Heck yeah!)
If you’re looking for a baby knitting idea that isn’t your standard blanket or sweater, this quick-to-make set of stuffed knit toys is just the ticket!
Some weeks all of my picks wind up falling under the same genre of yarn craft, and this time, it’s crochet! Whether Christmas in July or summer camp nostalgia are calling your name, check out this roundup of fresh ideas for inspiration.
The hardest part about finishing latch hook projects is dealing with small nooks and crannies. What do you do when your edge has no seam allowance? What to do when edges are fraying before your eyes? Learn how to troubleshoot challenging finishing spots in this tutorial.
Since it’s the middle of July, it’s wonderful to see ideas where warm weather, yarn crafts, and gardening meet. This week the idea of weaving with fresh flowers and allowing them to dry is the idea I can’t stop thinking about – great for late summer too!
Not all rug making projects have to be square! Learn how to finish latch hook projects with curved and diagonal edges in this in-depth tutorial that helps you make modern latch hook projects.
Learn how to do finishing in latch hook projects with square edges. This is a work-as-you-go method that helps you save time during the rug finishing process.