Anyone who has had children or has been around children for any length of time, know the fascination and love that they have for small inanimate objects. I’m talking teeny tiny stuffies, knit or crocheted figurines, Lego men, Fisher Price people etc.
When we are out in the weather, the first thing that seems to get really, really cold is our ears! They are so thin that the cold penetrates right through them in no time. Keep your ears and your family and loved
With dipping temperatures everywhere, a cowl is quickly usurping the diamond as a girl’s “best friend”! They always like to hang around with you, they are never busy, they give shelter from the storm, and as many soft and squishy hugs as
If you have never taken the leap of faith to give Fair Isle or multi-color knitting a try, this seems to me to be the perfect knit vehicle to help get you started with the new skill. This cowl is made using
As I’m sure most of you know by now, I am a hard-core fan of shawls, wraps, stoles etc, so when I found this easy, trendy crochet cardigan pattern, I fell in love with it immediately. It combines the best of both
As I’m sure most of you know by now, I am a hard-core fan of shawls, wraps, stoles etc, so when I found this easy, trendy knit cardigan pattern, I fell in love with it immediately. It combines the best of both
Almost everyone has some, and in the cooler temperatures, they tend to get chilled quite quickly because they are so thin and exposed. Crochet this little earwarmer pattern so that you have one to throw in your bag or purse to pull