Often, when people get finished with a project, they have just a little bit of yarn left. The leftover yarn gets tucked into a bag or stashed into a storage spot and forgotten. Put them to good use with one of these creative DIY projects.
Whether you're a sock maker or not, you might have at least one or two (or, hundreds!) sock yarn balls in your stash just like me. If you remember... there's time that funky 'self-striping' yarns were so popular in sock knitting world. I do remember. One day I met this mind-blowing yarn ball that makes pattern by itse
I love hand-dyed fingering weight yarn. Whether it’s solid, semi-solid, variegated or striped. But if I only ever knit socks it can get quite boring. So what to do with all that sock yarn? Click here and read on for many links to free patterns to knit with your loved stash!
There are a million of these floating all over the interwebs, but I've been asked multiple times how I knit my socks. I hope this helps! This is in no way tested by other knitters or perfect -- it is just my method that I either stick to or tweak a bit until I'm happy with it. This is not so much a pattern to follow, but more of a guide. Enjoy!
Hey guys! Welcome to week 2 of January! How's everyone's resolutions holding up? I can honestly say that my will power is fading guys. First goal of the year - don't take on too much - is mostly just a guilty false promise that I made to myself. Just the other day a friend of mine, who's planning her wedding, sent me a message saying, "wanted to solicit your creativity... I know you would have some good ideas." To which I responded, "I feel like you just made my life. Let's get this…