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Gwen Bautista

Free Pet Cowl Pattern- Technique Review

Free Pet Cowl Pattern- Technique Review Our first pet cowl pattern is being released tomorrow but we wanted to give you a sneak preview.  This pattern uses the Basketweave stitch which is a great way to introduce yourself to Front Post Double Crochet (FPDC) and Back Post Double Crochet (BPDC).   These two stitches are

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Gwen Bautista

Must Have Gifts for Crafters

Most crafters don’t make projects for themselves.  Their time and their skill is given freely for the benefit of others.  With that in mind, we are posting a selection of the best gifts for the needle artist in mind.  These are tools and accessories that crafters may not have purchased for themselves but they have

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Gwen Bautista

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 for

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Gwen Bautista

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

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Gwen Bautista

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

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