In my opinion, there are two types of knitters out there. There are knitters who only knit when the weather gets cold. These are the September-March knitters. And then there are knitters who are just as happy to knit when it is 100 degrees out. That’s me.Read more “The Perfect Summer Knit Crop Top”
I have a bad habit of hoarding yarn scraps. Sometimes I finish a project and have a small amount of yarn leftover that I decide to hang onto in case I can use it in the future (I never do). Read more “How to Use Yarn Scraps: Gift Bag Tassels”
If you have been stuck in quarantine from COVID-19 like me, you have likely scoured the internet for new knitting ideas and patterns. The temptation for online shopping has never been harder to resist!
Give your wallet a break with this roundup of my top five favorite free knitting patterns. Read more “Top Five Free Knitting Patterns”
This scarf is a great weekend project choice. It knits up super quickly thanks to the thick weight of Manos Del Uruguay Serpentina yarn. Manos Del Uruguay is a nonprofit that brings social and economic opportunities to women in Uruguay. Read more “Pattern: Seed Stitch Knit Scarf”
I can easily spend hours scrolling through Pinterest looking at knitting and yarn. After countless hours wasted on the internet, I’ve found a few blogs that I regularly go back to for inspiration, ideas and patterns. Read more “Top Knitting Blogs to Follow in 2020”
I love to knit for other people. It brings me a lot of joy to see the smile on someone’s face when they see something I’ve made for them. But every once in awhile, I find myself hesitant to give away something that I intended to knit for someone else. Read more “Knit Wool Striped Shawl”