In the mountains, surrounded by ski slopes and cool air. The Park City Beanie was made for this exact atmosphere.
As a fan of Lion Brand Mandala yarn I was so excited to see them release a Thick and Quick version.
The ultimate hair wrap is here!
Fall is one of my favorite seasons to decorate for and these rustic pumpkins are the perfect little something to add to your decor.
The Universal Corner Net is here to display your favorite things up and out of the way
From the first time I saw this yarn at Michael’s I wanted to make something with it.
This easy headband can be made with any DK weight yarn.
Texture, soft yarn and simplicity -this pillow has it all!
Soft as a cloud, the Stratus Baby Blanket is made with chenille-style blanket yarn.
These little round baskets are perfect for organizing and catching clutter.
Cozy are one of my favorite things to crochet. They’re quick, easy and functional.
This bright and beautiful shawl is a simple beginner pattern that works up with only 1 skein of yarn. Named after the colorful Rainbow Mountains in Peru, where this yarn is produced.
Spring is the time of year when I welcome and embrace the warmth. It’s wonderful to be outside and see all of the new life coming from the ground.
This is my go-to chunky headband pattern.
When I saw this yarn at Joann’s I knew I had to have it for a Valentine’s Day project.
The Sonoma Beanie is one of the first patterns I wrote down on paper. It was about 4 years ago that I began designing and after quite a few remakes I’ve come up with the ideal puff stitch pattern.
A quick and easy Christmas decoration made with India Festival yarn.
No fear crocheters, the Knit-Look Cowl only looks like it’s been knitted. This beginner friendly pattern uses a simple slip stitch create beautiful texture.
The Velvet Scrunchie is the softest hair accessory ever. It’s a beginner friendly pattern that makes a perfect scrunchie to keep or give away.
The Sahara Scarf uses a simple stitch and technique to create a knit-look pattern.
The cutest bow accessory with chunky bobble stitches. This bow is perfect for using up leftover yarn and trust me, you’ll want one in every color.
The magic carpet isn’t going to fly, but it is magical because it can be used a number of ways.
You’ll be soft as a kitten when you wear this hood made from velvet yarn.
In this tutorial you will learn how to make yarn out of nylon netting. This yarn can be used to create a heavy duty double-sided scrubby.
The Barrel Cactus Pincushion is a functional piece of art that compliments any craft room. Display it as a cactus or add pins for a prickly effect.
100% cotton yarn is used to to make this universal cozy.
The simple design works up quickly and has wonderful detail using a simple single crochet stitch.
This colorful wrap scarf is named after the Valley of Flowers National Park in West Himalaya.
This is a classic take on the vintage doily, made modern with bulky cord.
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