This post contains affiliate links, if you purchase something from this page, I may earn a small commission. These links help support the blog, thank you! If you can’t tell from my Instagram posts lately, I have a major problem that I’ve been dealing with: pumpkins have taken over every horizontal surface of my room!… Continue reading 9 Patterns To Fuel Your Pumpkin Obsession
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how I finish my pumpkins, so in honor of pumpkin season starting, I’m going to share a few different ways of spicing up your yarn pumpkins. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I've been making hoards of yarn gourds lately. Last week I started selling them in a few local boutiques, as well as in my online shop.
I recently made up some scrubbies as a sort of housewarming present for our new next-door neighbors and since the scrubbies turned out so well, I wanted to share the pattern with you!
I love the craft store, but sometimes the craft store is not the most economical place to buy your crafting supplies, especially when the exact same (or very similar) item is much cheaper elsewhere. For today's post, I'm going to share three things that are cheaper to buy from Walmart than from the manufacturer or… Continue reading 3 Craft Supplies I Always Buy From Walmart – Save Money, Craft Better
This post contains affiliate links, if you purchase something through one of these links, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. If you have to wear a mask for long periods of time, you know how much the elastic loops pull on your ears and hurt after awhile. I've seen patterns… Continue reading Buttons & Bows Ear Saver Pattern
Whether I like it or not, math is an integral part of designing and aside from my crochet hooks, is probably the tool I use the most. It's used in everything from figuring out stitch count, sizing, and finding the yardage of yarn used in my designs or projects. This last point is what today's… Continue reading How To Find Yarn Yardage Without Unraveling
This week I (somehow) finished a baby blanket in 2 days! I've talked before about how long it takes me to make blankets, and for that reason I tend to avoid making them. However, I had about a 1/3 of a ball of Bernat Baby Sport in Popsicle Blue that I needed to use up.… Continue reading Finished Project Friday – Stroller Blanket
I am not one to make New Year's Resolutions, I know that I'll fail and I don't like setting myself up for failure. I do however, set goals for the coming year. So, without further ado here are my 2020 Goals: Knit a sweater I’ve started this one, and so far I’m about halfway through… Continue reading 2020 Goals (Not Resolutions)
This dishcloth set was my Christmas present for my Grandmother. The patterns I used are: Hurdle Stitch Diagonal Dishcloth by Tricots et Creations Isabelle (bottom right), Sandstone Dishcloth by Anastey Lovely (left), & Tribble by Abigail - 1870pearl (upper right) (all of these are free patterns). The yarn I used is Yarn Bee's Scrubology Cotton… Continue reading Scrub-ology Yarn Review
Following yesterday's post on the Top 5 Yarns For Beginners, here are the Top 5 Worst Yarns For Beginners. These yarns can be problematic even for more experienced crocheters. 1. Lion Brand Homespun This yarn is one of the most hated yarns, even for experienced crocheters. It's a single ply yarn and single ply yarns… Continue reading Top 5 Worst Yarns For Beginners