It’s beginning to look festive out there! It’s mid-December, which means the winter holidays are in full-effect and holiday parties have begun. If you’re like me, you’ll be filling every minute not tethered to your to-do list looking to recharge your batteries. What better way than by curling up with a sneaky stitching project? This week, we’ve got ideas for holiday cross-stitch, sewing, and your favorite: yarn crafts. ;)
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Read about one knitter’s Christmas inspired take on the Soldotna Crop sweater pattern by Caitlin Hunter, including tips for customizing for fit!
Welp, Thanksgiving ended 6 hours ago, so now it’s Christmas, right? 😉 If you’re ready to get in the spirit, or have just accepted the fact that the holidays are upon us, here are some festive new ideas that could also make great gifts!
Are you ready to stitch up a winter wonderland? The holidays are coming, so if you’re on the lookout for some quick gift knits, this week’s picks might have just the thing for you.
I can’t believe it, it snowed three inches in Chicago on Halloween! At least there’s nothing like an extra early snow to make you want to cast on roughly 100 projects at once. 😊 And here are a few more to queue!
It’s cold out there – time to bust out all of the cold weather gear you’ve finished this summer, pals! And if you’re feeling like your fall accessory game could use some work, you’re in luck. Ear warmers, hats, cowls and mitts make great projects to finish in a week or less. Happy fall!
Have you ever just sat down and made something because you had a picture in your head of what you wanted to make? Read about how this intarsia jack-o’-lantern sweater came to be, and the joy of making exactly what you want to make, just for you.
It’s October, so the motivation to knock out a ton of knitting and crochet projects is strong. This time of year, weekends are our friend! Inspire your weekend creativity with this week’s picks.
Sewing the Mathilde Blouse: what worked? What didn’t? And where can you find fun, fresh fabric to pair with some beautiful buttons for adding to your handmade wardrobe? This post has the answers.