Category - Beginner

Free Pet Crochet Patterns for the Winter

Handmade Project for your Pets Our dogs and cats come in all shapes and sizes.  Store brand sweaters, cowls, and jackets are often ill-fitted and pill quickly, why not craft your own?  This year pamper your pooch with these PAW-sitively perfect pet cowls.  We are featuring 3 coordinating and fully customizable pet cowls.  They are perfect...

Socktober Fest- Footloose Week 2

Week 2 of our Footloose KAL This week in our Knit Along we are working the heel and turning the heel.  This is the step that intimidates a lot of knitters but we feel that knowing what shapes your making and knowing exactly what part of the sock you are knitting. (week 1 recap) So far we have worked the cuff and the leg of our sock.  You can...

Footloose Socktober Fest Week 1

Footloose Sock- Week 1 This week we start our Footloose sock. This is definitely a beginner friendly sock yarn and pattern if you are new to sock knitting. The fiber of the footloose yarn is 75% superwash wool and 25% nylon which leaves a slightly heavier hand than the Step Above sock yarn that we used with the pedicure sock we did in October. We...

Footloose Socktober Fest!

Footloose Sock Yarn For our pedicure sock, we used our “A Step Above” yarn. This time we will use “Footloose” sock yarn and it’s a little different. Right away you notice it’s has a rougher hand and texture to it. At 75% superwash wool and 25% nylon the blend makes for a soft superfine weight yarn but still has enough texture to make...

Crochet Poppy Flower

Rememberance Poppies Whether you celebrate Veterans Day, Armistice Day, or Remembrance Day we are all celebrating those who were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice and those who did.  The symbol of the poppy is taken from the famous poem In Flanders Fields, written by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae on his reflection of his service in World...