Any fiber arts lover knows the call of the yarn aisle. Given that it’s nearly impossible to pass up those beautiful skeins, it’s important to find a way to know just what you have in your stash! In this class you will learn how to quickly inventory your yarn stash with photos and details in Evernote.. for free!
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The hubby is not a big fan of wearing gloves in everyday life because he doesn’t like the feeling of not being able to grip things. I made him these fingerless gloves (Men’s Fingerless Mitts) in hopes that it might help keep his hands a little warmer, while letting him grip things still. This felt like a very advanced knit for me, but was much easier than I expected it to be. I’m very happy with how they turned out, and thank goodness for the pattern writer, as they fit the hubby perfectly! He seemed to really like them.
Despite really enjoying knitting and crochet, we don’t have many of my handmade goodies around our home. I realized that I had this issue one day when I was using my hand-knit pumpkin dishcloth because I love the feeling of hand-knit dishcloths. The only problem? I was using it in January. Yeah.. that’s much past pumpkin season in my world. I’ve been really at it this year, knitting and crocheting a ton for Christmas (and other holiday) gifts, but I’ve been making a point between projects to make a quick knit or crochet for our home.
The Blissful Moss Rib Dishcloth and the Leftover Towel have been two of my favorite patterns that I’ve knit in the past. I love the feel of both of these knits and I love crocheting and knitting things for the kitchen. I called these a “Be Mine” set, since I finished these on Valentine’s Day weekend. But truth be told, I’m likely to use these all year long.