Spring doesn’t mean that the weather will always cooperate – cast on one of these ten new patterns to keep cozy!
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Throughout the month of April, everyone is welcome to crochet the Worker Bee Bag and read & discuss The Beekeeper’s Apprentice by Laurie R. King. The pattern was inspired by the book we’re reading too – it’s really fun!
Crochet the Worker Bee Bag & Worker Bee Clutch during the Read Along Crochet Along, April 1-30! This adorable bag uses filet crochet, baubles, and elongated stitches to create a fun, textural piece perfect for spring! Preorder between now and April 1 to save on the pattern.
Cables, crosses, crossed stitches – whatever you call them, crossed stitches are an important part of every knitter’s repertoire. Whether you’re looking to learn how to knit crossed stitches for the first time or you’re here to learn about new combinations of crossing knit and purl stitches in your work (can you say 2/1 LPC?), these tutorials have got you covered.
Who among us doesn’t love a good marathon knitting & crochet session? Let’s define Knitflix & talk about why it’s so great. Plus, learn how you can get your favorite Knitflix companions featured on Hands Occupied!
Ever wanted to try a yarn subscription box? Take a look at Knitcrate & their new Crochet Crate, plus enter for a chance to win one to try for yourself!
The Indian Cross Stitch is a beautiful way to change up your knitting, and it’s a stitch you don’t come across all that often. Formed by knitting elongated stitches out of order, the Indian Cross Stitch provides a particularly unique and beautiful addition to your knitting.
Earlier this week, we learned how to knit two color brioche rib flat, so now it’s time to tackle brioche increasing and decreasing. There are not one, but TWO easy video tutorials to follow in this post!
Learn how to knit two color brioche rib flat to add vertical colorwork to your knitting.