Learn how to do finishing in latch hook projects with square edges. This is a work-as-you-go method that helps you save time during the rug finishing process.
An early sneak peek at the inspiration behind my new latch hook book, which publishes fall 2020!
Find standout project inspiration to refresh your to-make list.
What I’ve been up to on my book hiatus besides writing a book), and plans for the rest of the year to come, including some surprises!
I got this wild idea to make a giant pom pom costume using latch hook, so I gave it a go for Halloween. Take a closer look at this three dimensional rug-making project and its construction.
Latch hook is BACK, friends! Let’s hope more bloggers embrace this trend because it’s so very fun, easy & addictive. :)
This simple, four-panel latch hook project is all about finding a way to beautifully use and share scraps from your yarn stash. Gather your yarn ends! Quilters get to use fabric scraps to create beautiful works of art from their leftovers. Why can’t the same concept apply to yarn crafters?
Check out this free pattern for a basic latch hook wall hanging. The Tiered Colorblock Wall Hanging features three kinds of yarn cut into different lengths, resulting in a visually interesting finished project that will add some color and whimsy to your home decor!
You’ve mastered latch hook basics, so it’s come time to finish your project to turn it into a handmade masterpiece. What do you do? Learn basic latch hook project finishing with this easy tutorial.