Learn to make Roses on your Addi Express Pro Knitting Machine! These are very quick and easy to make, and can be used to embellish many projects. Continue reading
My 2015 “12 Afghans In 12 Months Challenge” is finished! Let’s revisit the year’s afghan projects.
My December afghan is finished! I am so excited to be finished with the challenge!
I have finished my March Afghan! The design is inspired by vintage hexagon flower quilts. Instead of hexagons, I used flat circles, made on my Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine.
This year, I have challenged myself to make 12 Afghans in 12 Months! Crazy, yes… but hopefully not impossible. 🙂 Check out my yarn selection in this video!
Happy Yarning! 🙂
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I learned to crochet at 7 years old with this book. It is one of the clearest learn-to-crochet books I have ever seen.
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Happy Yarning! 🙂
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This pattern uses fingering yarn, but you could use worsted weight for a bigger motif for a blanket or pillow.
Worked in worsted weight cotton yarn, this would also be a beautiful trivet for your kitchen.
Click Here to see the free crochet pattern.
Don’t know what to do with your scrap yarn? If you’ve been crocheting for very long, you probably have a growing collection of yarn scraps. Continue reading