It’s that time of year again! Time for a new Yarnathon with the marketing geniuses at Eat.Sleep.Knit. I like to take some time at the beginning of the year to summarize some of the new information and take a look at the new theme that has just been released. The reason why I like to… Continue reading 2018 Eat.Sleep.Knit. Yarnathon!
As you might recall, my little niece was one of the Grand Hatting of 2016‘s recipients this past Christmas. I knit a 12-24 month size for 4 month old little Rebecca, but the little monkey is already out growing it at 6 months! Not a problem, Auntie to the rescue! When I can, depending on… Continue reading Cute Overload
Happy Birthday to You! So, as many of my readers know, I do craft for family members for Birthdays, Christmas and just because I feel like it sometimes. I do try to rotate around who gets knit items as I can’t do them for everyone for every year! My Mom and Husband both tend to… Continue reading Happy Birthday Mom! (FO Pics)
As an Engineer, I am supposed to be good at math. Alas, that was never really the case. I struggled to get through it and always had difficulty when I couldn’t picture what was going on. Enter yarn math. Something practical that I can apply some really basic and easy math to! The Problem: Design… Continue reading Yarn Math
This is a follow up post to “So you want to be a knitter”. In lesson 1, we finished with downloading our pattern from Ravelry. Lesson 2 begins with setting up your project and the making sure you have the requirements. Lesson 2: Project Set-up (Ravelry and Requirements) Part one: Ravelry Setting up your project in Ravelry… Continue reading So you want to be a knitter – Lesson 2
I got the inspiration for this post title from one of my favourite good ol’ games, Quest For Glory: So you want to be a hero. I am a addicted yarncrafter, I bring my knitting or crochet everywhere with me. If I have to wait in a line, for an appointment, on hold on the… Continue reading So you want to be a knitter?
Good morning! I know I have shared my excitement over publishing my Fly Bonnet pattern and the fact that I have actually made a few sales! It is officially my most popular listing on my Etsy Shop. In honour of its newish release, I have decided to host a CAL (crochet along) on Ravelry. If… Continue reading Fly Bonnet Crochet Along