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Four Knitting Designers You Might Not Know

Hello, everyone! Happy December. As I frantically work to finish my Christmas knitting, I wanted to make some time to think about what's going to be on my needles next. So, I have compiled a list of four knitters that you might not know about yet, in the spirit of finding some new projects for… Continue reading Four Knitting Designers You Might Not Know

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Knitter’s Pride Ginger Deluxe Interchangeable Set

opening an early birthday present Welcome back to the blog. This is my 30th post! Can you believe it? I have had so much fun writing and creating this space for all things knit and crochet. Today, I wanted to share with you all an exciting new addition to my tool kit. Recently, I received… Continue reading Knitter’s Pride Ginger Deluxe Interchangeable Set

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Knitting and Crocheting as a Sensory Experience

examining yarn crafts through a mindful lens Hello, yarn enthusiasts! Today I have a little bit of a different post for you. I have been wanting to write this one for a while. This is an important post for me because my craft is my meditation. The time I spend with my hooks and needles… Continue reading Knitting and Crocheting as a Sensory Experience

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Fair Isle 20th Anniversary Hat

a look at the finished product! Hello everyone! I am so happy to be writing this post today. I really need this space for calm and color right now, given the tense four days of impending American election results. Things are looking up, though, and I have an exciting weekend ahead of me; my husband… Continue reading Fair Isle 20th Anniversary Hat

Finished Projects · knitting

Hatdana by Bayron Handmade

I am so excited to share this finished project with you all today! Last week, I was browsing through my Ravelry favorites, trying to find a fun, quick project to make, when I remembered I favorited this fantastic hat-bandana-kerchief combo. I downloaded the pattern and two days later, I had my very own knitted "hatdana."… Continue reading Hatdana by Bayron Handmade

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How I Wet Block A Finished Project

a technique for finishing knitted and crocheted items Wet blocking is a rather new technique to me, and since incorporating it into my finishing process, I wished I would have learned about it sooner! There are three main ways to block knit/crochet items: steam blocking, spray blocking, and wet blocking. Today, I am going to… Continue reading How I Wet Block A Finished Project