Yay for FREE Yarn! This afghan is made entirely from scrap yarn.
Learn how to make a flat panel on your Addi Knitting Machine. This can be done on both the Addi Professional (22 needle) and the Addi Kingsize (46 needle) machines.
I am using up a huge portion of my scrap collection in one project. This will create some extra space in my yarn storage area so I can buy more yarn! 😛 Ha ha. Or I could use that space for the yarn I already have that was overflowing the storage area. 🙂
I am making the July afghan entirely from scraps. Yay for Stashbusting!
My Afghan for June is finished! I love the look and feel of this squishy stitch pattern.
Check out the yarn I am using for my June Afghan! This yarn will become a warm, squishy baby blanket.
I am so excited to show you my May Afghan! This design was inspired by windmill quilt blocks. I made the entire afghan on my Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine.
Free pattern! The Rainbow Ridge Afghan features the popular chevron stripe pattern with a textured twist. I chose to use 6 bright colors for my afghan, but this design would also be lovely as a baby blanket or in a neutral color palette.
I have made most of the strips for my May Afghan! Now I must make the rest of the strips, assemble them, and work an edging to finish the afghan.
I am halfway done with my April Afghan…Crocheted in Knit Picks Brava Worsted! Happy Yarning! 🙂