Free Made With Love Gift Tags | She Wears Many Hats
Simple and sweet Made With Love Gift Tags are available for free instant download. They're great for sharing your homemade gifts throughout the year.
How to Knit the Bamboo Stitch
Learn how to knit the bamboo stitch: a beautiful and versatile pattern that can be worked into various projects, such as a never-ending scarf or a cowl.
Free Printable Crochet Gift Labels - EverythingEtsy.com
Looking for a simple and sweet way to wrap up your DIY gifts? These free crochet labels will help you dress up your pretty creations in seconds! I’ve created three Crochet Goodness Label designs to wrap up some little washcloths that I made, and I thought I’d share them with you. I’ll have the washcloth tutorial… [read more]
Super-Easy Leg Warmers
Pattern description from Last-Minute Knitted Gifts: “These leg warmers are cozy and soft and look great under a skirt. Part of the reason I am so happy with them is the yarn combination: a basic worsted-weight merino, Cascade 220, that comes in a huge variety of colors, and a laceweight kid mohair-silk blend, Madil Kid Seta, that keeps the leg warmers from feeling itchy and gives the color more depth.”
20 Super Stylish Storage Bins
I don’t know about you, but when the new year rolls around and my Christmas decorations are neatly packed away, I feel the urge to freshen up my home. Bringing in clean, bright colors and a few new items to help me feel inspired and get organized is the perfect way to get over those post-holiday blues. Here are a few of my favorite storage bins to corral all of those toys and clutter in your home:1. Pehr Canvas Baskets: See Jane Work2. Wire Baskets: Crate & Barrel3.
Free Printable Knit Gift Labels - EverythingEtsy.com
Looking for a sweet and simple way to wrap up a handmade knit gift? You’ll love these free printable knit labels! Your handmade gifts will look ready for a boutique in seconds! I had such an awesome response to the crochet gift labels I shared a couple months ago…and a few of you that like… [read more]
Knitted ribs lend themselves nicely to smocking. A few rhythmically placed wraps or crossings turn an unwavering vertical stitch pattern into something mysteriously textural. The stitch used in these socks isn’t the traditional knitted technique for smocking in which you literally wrap the working yarn around a group of stitches. Instead the smocked effect is created by cabling one stitch over five.
Knit: Bitty Baby Booties
My cousin is expecting her first baby, and I couldn't resist making her a little something to celebrate. This will be only the second baby in the family, Jude being the first, so we are all very excited. I am waiting until she finds out the gender before I go...
An adorable popcorn baby blanket pattern
I do love knitting baby blankets. They're generally easy knitting patterns, but it's fun to watch them develop as you knit up the blanket. And you don't have to worry much about them fitting. I actually began this one without a baby to knit it for. Certainly, there are none around here, nor will there be (ahem). But babies almost always show up somewhere, and if you have a present all knit up and ready for them beforehand, so much the better.
Eilen valmistui toiset Marimekko-villasukat. Ensimmäiset löytyvät täältä . Alotin nämä villasukat innolla jo jokin aika sitten ja ekan sukan...