Spring time is a good time to fix things, maybe paint the house or a garden fence. Here is a game to get painters of all ages into gear: Practice tossing some paint drops! Continue reading Paint Drop Toss Game
Spring time, flowers, hexagons … Fill your home with cheer with this easy-to-make pillow case. Continue reading Forget-Me-Not Pillow
We have joined Interweave’s National Craft Month Giveaway with a beautiful TURTLE hexagon pin loom gift set. Enter daily to increase your chance to win. Continue reading National Craft Month Giveaway 2019
A few people recently suggested that I should slow down a little bit, so I do … but not without a book! Continue reading Take it Like a Sloth …
Fellow pin loom weaver Suzanne is moderating a “Spring Fling” challenge, encouraging all pin loom weavers to make projects in celebration of spring and Easter. The first thing that comes to my mind is “chocolate!” which of course needs a basket … Continue reading Easy Tassel Basket
Here we are, at the day with lots of chocolate (and yarn) and wine (and yarn) … Happy Valentine’s Day with this rustic heart that goes with almost anything! Continue reading Country Heart
A quick project in vibrant Caron® x Pantone™ colors, just in time for Valentine’s. Make this adorable heart place mat of hexagons and a tumbling block! Continue reading Be My Valentine!
I’ve been blessed with a quiet Saturday morning, a perfect opportunity to put the first eleven days of this year’s temperature blanket together. Continue reading A Saturday Morning to My Liking …
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