Learn where you can get your hands (and needles) on the new Intarsia Flower Pillow knitting pattern, featuring intarsia colorwork, a combination of knit and purl stitches, and seaming with mattress stitch.
Ever wanted to knit or crochet something in team colors, only to be disappointed by the very plasticy options available? In this month’s yarn review and giveaway, let me introduce you to KnitPal, a company specializing in hand dyed wool yarns in accurate team colors.
Just in time for Halloween! Get the free knitting chart for an adorable jack-o-lantern motif that can be worked with intarsia or duplicate stitch.
If you’re looking for an affordable, go-to fingering weight yarn, Knit Picks’ Hawthorne should be on your radar. Get the skinny on this yarn and enter to win TWO skeins in the October yarn review and giveaway!
Knit yourself a quick cowl that doubles as a hood – a snood! The Checked Snood is a colorful, geometric knitting pattern that uses 3 colors of Berroco Brielle to create a stunning, versatile accessory you’ll wear from fall to spring. Bonus: it’s a free pattern!
Festive festive! It’s just now December, so with easy ideas like these, there’s time to make any of them by Christmas!
Newsflash, fall doesn’t have to mean a slew of neutral colors with a dash of dark orange thrown in!
This week’s picks ended up being such an elegant combination of subtle rainbow (yes! It’s a thing!) and neutral tones layered with relaxing pastels. Such a lovely collection to admire, not to mention draw inspiration from!
This week’s picks are a great place to plan your next yarn project, whether you’re sticking to summer mode or looking ahead to fall.