The Making me Purr Cat Hoodie. It’s one of those patterns that was so much of a joke between Jason and I that I almost
As I’m turning the heel of the second sock using this pattern, I thought it was a good time bring it back to life here
This is one of my favorite winter patterns and I still wear them every cold weather season. I’ve also made them larger for Jason which
At any given time I have a brainless knitting project going, something to work on while I’m watching Lucy play, or chatting with a friend,
A common problem when working from the stash, is having only a small amount of each type of fiber left. How can you successfully combine
You may have seen this earlier in the month, but just in case you didn’t: Check out my newest Craft Leftovers pattern over on Craftzine!
I was so excited to finish these socks. Once finished, the timing worked out perfectly to be a contributor to Craftzine this month, one of
Don’t you love it when you have a favorite card game? It’s you can’t get enough of it. Every time you and your friends get together, one of you pulls out a worn box and starts dealing out the deck. I do. And I don’t. After awhile that super-worn box for your cards starts really falling apart and those precious cards start slipping out.
Well, for my favorite “flavor of the day” game, I opted to knit my own little holder for them.
This sweet little bunny was first published in the spring of 2008. It’s a unique construction because the base of the little hopper is knit like a heel flap. The first time I made him, I used some vintage acrylic and the last few times I used leftover cotton. You can use just about any worsted weight yarn for this project. I’ve even seen people use faux fur with some pretty fun results.