Working with vintage knitting patterns can be tough, and self-drafting a circle skirt presents its own sewing challenges. Learn what I loved, hated and would do differently in making this handmade outfit.
It’s officially summer, friends! For some, that means their knitting and crochet work is on hiatus, but there is so much that can be made for warm weather. Yes, with yarn!
Tis the season for quick, warm-weather makes! You’ve got your home and outfit accessories, sure, but the yarn craft blogosphere definitely loves publishing boxy top patterns in spring and summer too. To celebrate boxy top season, there’s one of each for knit AND crochet in this week’s picks. Enjoy!
Check out the new Faded Flare Wrap, Part of Zen Yarn Garden’s Impressionist Collection (2019). Read about the artistic inspiration behind the design and learn where to find the knitting pattern, and enter to win a Faded Flare kit!
These late spring project ideas are a breath of fresh air, aren’t they? Warm colors, soft neutrals, and garments great for layering are just the ticket for whipping up in early May.
Since the blogging world loooooves a good holiday, there have of COURSE been fun ideas put out into the world recently. Find some standout project inspiration in the new Picks of the Week!
Peter Cottontail is certainly on his way – bring on the Eastery ideas!
It is FINALLY, OFFICIALLY spring for REAL in the northern hemisphere, and each and every one of these picks suits the season perfectly. It’s really just a matter of picking which to make first…
You’ve gotta love some perfectly seasonal ideas! I am very here for this week’s picks, especially since there are projects for babies, yourself, St. Patrick’s Day, AND Easter all at once. So fun!