I have been cleaning out my craft room lately and I have a TON of yarn scrap balls! Each year there is a “Stashdown Crochet Along” and I love the thought of being able to use up all of our odds and ends. I decided to make some place mats that I could use under an apple basket on my kitchen table. I have always
If you are like me, you find yourself needing a gift at the last minute, but spend more time searching for a pattern or the yarn. I love creating patterns that can be made from different yarns. This cowl is one of those. Grab a J hook and any worsted or bulky weight yarn and whip one up in an evening. A Last Minute
I love sashay yarn, but wanted something besides a ruffle scarf. I found the orange and black team spirit and knew I wanted a Halloween super scarf. This pattern can be made using any yarn and hook. Any Super Scarf Click HERE for the pattern and to add it to your Ravelry library. **Variations** Make this in super bulky or worsted weight yarn.
Update: I really like the open weave of this scarf and think it would be beautiful out of worsted weight yarn too. Use your favorite yarn and appropriate size hook for a smaller version of this super scarf. Super scarves are the new BIG thing. This month Red Heart Yarns is featuring awesome super scarves in a blog hop. I am SUPER excited to join in
With the end of school getting close, I chose my fruit scrubbers for our scrubbie of the week. These would be a fun and usable teacher gift. They are also great for summer hostess gifts and a touch of color in your kitchen and bath. Fruit Scrubbers Please click HERE to add this to your Ravelry favorites and library. Materials Cotton yarn in choice of