For the next addition of the Pattern Archive Restoration project, I present the Cherry Chirp Knitting Pattern! First published in February of 2008 and has
For the next addition of the Pattern Archive Restoration project, I present the Knit Tea Cozy. It’s not just for tea pots, it can also work for nice big 13″ circumference tea mugs. Knitted way back in 2008… I still find this little cozy immensely useful, cheerful, and cozy! Made for a Tea-for-One tea set, it fits well on a large mug or any other small pot.
This scarf is a great for a beginner wanting to try knitting with two colors at the same time. For the more advanced knitter, it’s a simple garter stitch pattern so it’s perfect for knitting while enjoying a movie or waiting for kids to get done with sports. And only 4 ends to weave in on its entire stripy lengeth.
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
It really made me happy all the nice comment you gave me on the Cable Cast On How To, so I decided to follow up
The Whip this WIP Challenge was a success because I’m now finished with my scarf that has been on the needles for far too long!
I love Mondays, it’s the one day a week that I let myself fully indulge in cruising around the internet and checking out all my
When I first sat down to review this week’s book, The Ohio Knitting Mills Knitting Book: Celebrating Four Decades of American Sweater Style, I approached it
Bob is an awesome dog. We go running and camping together. He plays in the yard while I garden. And tonight he even helped me
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!