Every fall, I like to share a free pattern for red baby hats designed specifically for the American Heart Association’s annual Little Hats Big Hearts campaign. The AHA, along with tons of volunteers and partners around the country, distributes red hats to newborns born in the month of February.
I think with Sunday marking the start of October, all of the bloggers rounded up to Halloween and were like, “Stop! It’s pumpkin time!”
The hugely popular pom pom trend shows no sign of slowing! Pom poms, tassels, yarn-adorned wall hangings, and latch hooking will continue to fill Pinterest and our blog feeds for many more months to come.
Who doesn’t love a good single skein knitting pattern? This checked scarf with bands of garter stitch at even intervals is both textural and masculine. A chain edge and knit and purl motifs really add a nice polish to this simple pattern.
Neutrals were out in force this week! I’m much more of a bold-colors-in-your-face kind of gal, but I know a lot of knitters and crocheters are all about neutrals, which I can totally respect.
Rug making techniques are going to be THE must-make craft this fall, I’m telling you!
This granny square-inspired crochet shawl is super fun to make. A shawl like this one is the perfect way to show off your tassel skills, too!
This week has been filled with tons of knit and crochet inspiration for babies, and it’s all just so cute! Not only is baby crafting endlessly adorable, it’s all perfect fodder for when you’re in the mood to start and finish an entire project in a single weekend.
Yarn and whimsy kind of go hand in hand, don’t they? Get ready for a whimsical craft session with these cute ideas!