A baby blanket knitting pattern designed for speed and ease. This pattern is ideal for beginners – there aren’t any stitches beyond knit and purl at all! So even if you just learned to knit to make your first project for a new niece or nephew or your own baby on the way, this pattern is 100% doable.
I’ve recently rededicated myself to spending at least a little time every day handling yarn. Knitting, crochet – whatever. I find I’m a lot more balanced whenever I’m working on a fiber-based project. I don’t know why that is! In honor of my rediscovered zen zone, today’s Weekly Reader is dedicated to my favorite recent yarn-related patterns, finds, projects & ideas!
Save yourself time and headaches by learning where to start working your skein of yarn.
Make an incredibly festive AND affordable balloon garland. Oh, and happy 3rd birthday to Hands Occupied.
Make an easy home accent with leftover yarn & recycled bottles.
Learn how to help a kid make their own Halloween treat (or gift) bag.
I want to live in this store!
Crochet your own yoga bag and some exciting news!
On reaching a new level of knitting skills, finishing my first pair of socks, and learning to knit left-handed.