I'm pretty sure it's happened to you, because it's happened to me enough times: you find a knitting pattern you like only to discover it's not quite what you want or won't quite meet your needs. Maybe you need it to be a little bigger or smaller.
Meari stitched the Little Snowman free cross stitch pattern on red 22ct Hardanger fabric, added a few beads and buttons, a little trim… and it came out absolutely stunning. Stitched by Meari I love everything about Meari’s finish on this ornament!
Robin Atkins of Beadlust gives us a close-up look at some of the incredible beaded quilts created by her brother, Thom Atkins. The quilts are art in every sense of the word and, appropriately, are on exhibit now at the LaConner Quilt Museum.
Lisa Fulmer of Stash Books Blog has treats for us! First, a tutorial for an easy felt needlebook that you can embellish however you like. Then, a giveaway of two bundles of wool felt fat quarters from National Nonwovens.
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i've got two knitting projects-in-progress to share today - one is brand new, and the other has been through...well, let's just say a few incarnations since it was first on my needles. i'm talking about the most recent bloom tunic...
As a wonderful thank you, Cross Stitching Art offers up this beautiful Madonna and Child cross stitch pattern. In order to receive this freebie, you will purchase it for free and then download the pattern.
I'm sure you've all read about Vogue Knitting Live. Allyson and I wanted to take a class but I have to admit the website for the event was a bit overwhelming. It took a while to navigate and once you found what you wanted, ...
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FarragutpressYarn Haven opens second locationFarragutpressYarn Haven also encourages shoppers to knit and crochet for charities such as Project Linus, which collects handmade blankets for needy children.
I deeply love these dip-dyed hoops blogged on The Crafts Dept. by Kristin St. Clair. She dipped white wool felt in a blue dye bath to create the illusion of winter landscapes. The polar animals are crisply cut of felt and adhered to the backgrounds.
I bought some KnitPicks Felici Sport sock yarn a while ago and it's knitting up SO soft and warm, I can't wait to get this pair done so I can wear them! I've been knitting my socks using the Priscilla's Dream Socks pattern which ...
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