Make sure to step with the right foot into 2019! If you need a reminder, put an ankle moebius on your right foot.
Make the cowl on the original TURTLE Loom™️ with about 42 yards of worsted weight yarn; we used hand-dyed yarn from The Sheepwalk™️ in “Retro” colors.
Instructions are on Ravelry, and if you have any 7 hexagons floating around, it’s a true last minute project before the party begins.
To an amazing 2019!
May it be filled with peace, health, happiness, prosperity, and friends.
Just a few days ago I saw a picture circulating on social media, featuring a knitted “ankle scarf”. It looked photo-shopped, but I had to chuckle about the idea, and the idea didn’t leave me. Today I discovered the first ankle shawl knitting pattern on Ravelry, and I decided that maybe the idea is not as ridiculous as it initially seemed … Continue reading Feeding a Fad …Weave an Ankle Cowl
This year, you wanted to make handmade gifts for your friends and family. The countdown to Christmas is on … but you haven’t started implementing your plan. Don’t give up! Continue reading ‘Twas a Week Before Christmas …
The good news is that there’s no “Second Sock Syndrome” when it comes to making stockings for the holidays! Continue reading It’s Stockings Time!
I know I’m not alone when I admit that one of my favorite pastimes is exploring local yarn stores. And sometimes there is more to discover than just yarn. Continue reading Yarn from Rwanda?
While gift crafting season is in full swing, we would like to take a moment and express thankfulness this month with a set of Pilgrim gnomes. Continue reading Pilgrim Gnomes
Some people asked for an overview of all the projects from last year’s Advent Weave Along, so here it is. Continue reading Advent Weave ALong 2017 – Handy Project List
Autumn is in full swing, and we want to add an owl to it. Let’s do that with the new Caron x Pantone … Continue reading Happy November, Y’Owl!
Meet Cat Gnome, our gnome of the month October. Since she still looks like a cat, rumors have it that she ate the October gnome and now comes in disguise, like the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood, to go for the neon mice, a delicate treat only available during the month of October. Continue reading The Cat Ate the Gnome!