Crochet

Holiday Gift Guide for Yarn Lovers 2023

I don't know about you, but I spend a lot of time from now until the end of the year coming up with the perfect gift for everyone else. That means when someone asks me what gift I'd like, I often come up blank. I'm guessing you can relate! As someone who is often on...
Crochet Cancer Challenge – Nolan Hat

Crochet Cancer Challenge – Nolan Hat

Cancer is one of those horrible things that touches almost everyone. Whether you personally have experienced a cancer scare or diagnosis or have a loved one who has, there are so few who remain untouched by this terrible illness. What an honor that we can provide some...

Crochet Cancer Challenge – Waylen Hat

Crochet Cancer Challenge – Waylen Hat

Sometimes I feel like I could be the character in the book Hats for Sale. Not because I sell my hats but because sometimes I look through all the hat patterns I want to make and realize that if I truly make all of those patterns I will have enough hats to stack on my...

The Perfect Summer Crochet Headband Pattern, Meet Francesca

The Perfect Summer Crochet Headband Pattern, Meet Francesca

I was a little sad when the weather started to warm here this spring. Weird, I know! I really do love the changing of the seasons, but I had been wearing my Fiona Headband almost every day and I knew I was going to miss it! But then I had the idea that maybe I didn’t...

How to Complete a Pattern Test

How to Complete a Pattern Test

The very first pattern test I did, the designer was very hands off. There were no specific details of what information she was looking for, not tester chat, no communication at all really. Since I wasn’t designing yet and hadn’t done a pattern test before, I was...

Introducing The First Bud Basket

Introducing The First Bud Basket

I have a confession to make…I’m a yarn hoarder. And not just big beautiful hanks of hand dyed yarn - though I hoard those too! I do not have it in me to part bits of leftover yarn either. If its more than a yard I’m keeping it. Usually I wrap the extra yarn into...

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