Know a chess lover? Here are the perfect socks! Designed by Liliya Patashka, the pattern is available free via Ravelry.
Last week, Gizmodo published a story on tardigrades and how they’re sure to inherit the earth. These micro-animals can withstand radiation, total dehydration, freezing, “the vacuum of space, and even the intense pressure found at…
Made and designed by Lucy Ravenscar who says, “These dragon hatchlings will make great presents for anyone who loves dragons, especially anyone who is a fan of the Dragonriders of Pern books, with their little…
Make it happen! Amazing work by knitwear designer Carissa Browning … and the pattern is FREE!
July 4, 1862 is Alice in Wonderland Day, the day that commemorates Lewis Carroll’s first telling of the famous children’s story to his young inspiration, Alice Liddell.
Pink Flamingo Day was declared in 2007 by Dean Mazzaralla, the mayor of Leominster, MA to honor the work of Don Featherstone, creator of the famous pink plastic lawn flamingo. Get the Diana Moore’s pattern…
The truth is out there! Knit by Katharina, get the Roswell Hat pattern by Alexandra Davidoff via Ravelry.
Beth crocheted a Lorenzo the Llama amigurumi! Get the pattern by Julie Chen, via Ravelry.
Every so often I come across a pattern like this one that I just can’t get out of my head … The beautiful sweater seen seen here was knit by Cindy (aka Gussie on Ravelry)….
I have the yarn, purchased last year … now please please please give me the time – please! Get the yarn from Knit Circus and Amy Detjen’s FREE pattern pattern via Ravelry.
Today is Flag Day 2017 – the day that honors the adoption of the flag of the United States of America. You can read more about it here – it’s one of those occasions that’s…
This would be very useful in the kitchen too, when I’m using my iPad to read a recipe … Get the FREE pattern via Ravelry. Hat tip: The Knitting Space.
Love at first sight! Pfeilraupe by Alpi Alpenrose is a self-fastening scarf that is not only practical – it can be worn many ways – it’s also gorgeous, what a nice drape! Made with sport…
Good pick, Finn! Pattern by Amigurumi Fair, available via Ravelry.
This is incredible! Created by Barbara Tomlinson (with help and inspiration from Jessica Goddard of ODDknit), she put together a tutorial so you can knit one too! Read more about Barbara’s amethyst geode via Metro…
The maker, Bonny Moseley (aka Bonny Knits), based it on the Hogan Infinity Scarf by Kristi Hogan, a pattern which you can download for free via Ravelry. If you’re thinking about making one for yourself,…
… because that what we do, we knit and we crochet things. Here’s the crochet version: And here’s the knit version: Designed by Natalia of Elfmoda.
Perfect for any type of weather, I love this cowl! Get the pattern from Leisl Shanley via Ravelry.
F for Finnegan, of course … what were you thinking? ? Get the FREE pattern from Jenifer Spock-Rank via Ravelry.
Get the pattern from Amber Allison via Ravelry.
I think I found my summer project, isn’t this fabulous? It was designed with the beginner in mind! Get the free pattern from designer Tatsiana Kupryianchyk.
“My father is a lepidopterist, an entomologist who specializes in moths. He is hard to please when it comes to realistic details. These little larvae are sure to impress the pickiest insectophile in your life….
This is an amazing variation that works so well, the colors are just wonderful. Variation seen here by MissKadri, get the original pattern via Ravelry, Still Light Tunic by Veera Välimäki.
Elegant. Beautiful. Gorgeous. I could spend all day coming up with words to describe this wonderful design. “This long skinny wrap features alternating sections of garter stitch with sections of stockinette stitch and utilizes short…
How cute is this? I love how the top folds in and buttons up – so fun! Get the pattern via Raverly, designed by Ling Ryan,
Get the FREE pattern from Crochet Global Hyper Mega Net.
The first time Finn saw this tiny sloth he said, “that’s adorable” and kissed the computer screen. Get the Zippy the Baby Sloth pattern via Ravelry, designed by Holly Faith Salzman.
Well, here’s my weekend project! Get the FREE KnitPicks pattern via Ravelry.