Simple. That’s the best way to describe this pattern. I’ll warn you, it is slip stitch. But don’t run away screaming just yet! I agree, I am not a slip stitch fan either. But the main dress is actually a modified version that goes much quicker and has more stretch to it.
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How to make your own buffalo plaid plastic canvas coaster perfect for a holiday tablescape any time of the year, or use on an entryway table under a candle.
Winter usually means snow and at my house, snow equals snowman. So it was a natural choice for December to make one that will last all year long! I chose this little guy because I just thought the top hat was too cute! So many patterns have snowpeople wearing beanies topped with a pouf. While they are adorable, this top hat really caught my eye so I had to make it!
25 Angel crochet patterns from Etsy that are perfect for Christmas & Winter decorating, holiday markets and gift giving.
This is a free knitting pattern for how to knit the Super Chunky Kinsley Blake Scarf, an easy knit scarf pattern worked in variation of the beginner friendly garter stitch. 4 sizes included, and super chunky yarn means it’ll work up fairly quickly.
How to crochet a washcloth that has a snowman hat using half double crochet corner to corner boxes. 3 sizes included!
The pattern itself was a wonderful experience. It’s so easy to understand, and the stitch pattern is one of my favorites for a reason. It’s a timeless look that is surprisingly easy to replicate in crochet! The pattern was written with beginners in mind, and is very accessible for people of all crochet skill levels.
This week’s features include upcycled embroidered heart art, how to make hot crab dip, how to upcycle denim, how to transition from Christmas to Winter decor, and how to decorate a Farmhouse for Valentine’s Day.
When I saw this gorgeous little cable collar on Ravelry, meant to go under your coat and basically add a warm turtleneck “sweater” (top half) layer without adding the thick bulk of the full thing, I was intrigued. Most of my wardrobe is basic V-neck tees from Target, and I’d love something to cover my chest below my coat! This pattern is the perfect combination. It’s gorgeous, it’s interesting and stitches up relatively quickly, and it’s incredibly warm and comfortable!
This week’s features include how to make mocha eggnog, how to make a new year’s crochet hook, how to make bath bombs, how to upcycle galvanized tin into trees and how to set a woodland Winter tablescape.