Nothing feels me with a more specific feeling of delight than unique summer yarn crafts. It’s the whole crafting-for-crafting’s sake thing, I think – combined with the nostalgic feeling of having the time and creative energy to spend on experimenting with a design of one’s own, you know?
While I’m over here contemplating past summertime creativity, have a look at these fun ideas! ;)
looking for something unique?
crochet cat mermaid -whistle & ivy
macramé rainbow wall hanging -akamatra
how to hand crochet a giant throw -mama in a stitch
crochet reusable bag -my poppet
grape cluster crochet bag -crochet spot
5 minute tassel earrings -club crafted
in case you missed it…
On my podcast, Very Serious Crafts: In season 2, episode 13 of the Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Mollie makes an octopus, Haley designs fan art, Heidi knits two sweaters, and they all use the D-word: Depression. Read more in the episode show notes & check us out on Patreon.
Recently on the blog: Take a look at my stripey version of the knit Myrna sweater in the newest Handmade Wardrobe update, and enter to win TWO skeins of Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece in this month’s review & giveaway!
Have you ever made a snood. Victorian women wore them in their hair. I would love to make one, but don’t know how. Help
I’ve knit a different style of snood than the Victorians wore, but I remember admiring the style you’re talking about as a kid at a Renaissance fair! :) I found the following patterns on Ravelry – reaching out to one of these patterns’ designers might be a great place to start your journey to making one! https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/search#sort=best&inline=&query=snood