This thick, squishy scarf may look knitted, but it's actually crocheted! It's a beginner-friendly project that is quick and easy to make.
I'm so happy with the yarn in my November & December KnitCrates! Plus, don't miss this exclusive coupon code, just for my readers.
Looking for a knitted increase that's nearly invisible? Try the Left and Right Lifted Increases! This photo and video tutorial will show you how.
Need a free crochet pattern for a quick winter gift? My Twisted Earwarmer is made from a simple rectangle. It works up very quickly, with no shaping!
Check out the beautiful yarns I got in my KnitCrates for September and October! Plus, don't miss this exclusive coupon code, just for my readers.
Getting the correct gauge can make or break a knit or crochet project. This tutorial will show you how to properly measure your gauge and why it's so critical, so you can avoid some of the worst knit and crochet disasters.
This hand-dyed yarn colorway is so unique! I love how the muted rose color is spattered with a subtle speckling of bright neons.
A decorative band of puff stitches adds beautiful texture & detail to this hat! Family-friendly pattern in 10 sizes, from Preemie to Adult Large.
Can you knit a rectangle in a simple stitch pattern? Then you can knit the Coral Cardigan! Knit as a rectangle, it's a great knitted sweater pattern for beginners.
Do your wooden knitting needles feel dry and rough? Condition and wax your needles for a lovely finish that lets your stitches glide smoothly!