The messy bun beanie continues to be a massive trend this season. Below are the best new free knit patterns for this year – they work up quick and they make a fabulous gift! For more on this popular trend (and free knit & crochet patterns), scroll to the bottom of this post for a list of more resources. Crocheters, for the latest free crochet patterns, click here. Free Pattern: Riva Bun Hat Suggested Materials: Free Pattern: Pink Ponytail Hat Suggested Materials: Free Pattern: Ponytail Winter Hat Suggested Materials: Free Pattern: Chunky Knit Messy Bun Hat Suggested Materials: Free...Read More
A snowflake hat – how unique! You could even use the hat for other amigurumi too… Get the pattern via Ravelry, designed by Tatyana Korobkova. PATTERN: Tanoshi SnowFlake Doll by Tatyana Korobkova. SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate...Read More
Get the Splendor Circle Coat pattern via Ravelry. PATTERN: Splendor Circle Coat by Stephanie Pokorny. SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate...Read More
Designed by Claire Garland, this little barn owl is knit in one piece. Get the pattern via Ravelry. PATTERN: Winter White Owl by Claire Garland. SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate...Read More
My Favorite Knit & Crochet Pies for National Pie Day … Complete With a Bonus Bana-Llama Pie and a Few Tutorials Too!
The whole knitting pie thing has really taken off this season! I’ve seen quite a few, here are my faves! INSTRUCTIONS: Knit Pie Crust, designed by Knits For Life. SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate...Read More
Kids can sort them by color, count with them, use them for patterning, throw the, use them for games, string them to make a colorful necklace, and more … Made and shared by Kimberly Young aka seriouslydaisies. FREE PATTERN: Color Sorting Balls by Kimberly Young. SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate...Read More
I’m totally knitting up a flock for my lawn – my resolution for 2018, you heard it here first! Get the pattern via Ravelry, Sweater for a Lawn Flamingo by Lynn Bethke. PATTERN: Sweater for a Lawn Flamingo by Lynn Bethke. SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate...Read More
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sam's Club. All opinions are 100% mine. It’s not even December yet and my family has already gone to battle with a few colds and flus. Despite lots of handwashing (hand sanitizers anyone?) and taking extra care in common spaces, sickness has found its way to our little home. With the colder temperatures on the way, you too may be thinking of ways to prepare for the flu season to keep you and your family healthy. And it’s no wonder, every year up to 1 in 5 people...Read More
“I think it’s time for some little men to tiptoe through the dark forest …” Embroidered by Karin Olofsson, a textile artist from Sweden who likes to play with magical realism. I predict that we’ll be seeing a lot more of this amazing artist’s work in 2018...Read More
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