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Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Brimmed Hat
They say that diamonds are a girl’s (or boy’s) best friend. This cozy hat will become yours during frigid winter days! With a lovely cabled pattern and made in thick yarn, it is a fast and fun knit, and with two sizes it can be made for every member of the family! It features a large, folded brim for extra warmth around the ears and an opt...
They say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend. These cozy mittens will become yours during frigid winter days! With a lovely cabled pattern and made in thick yarn, they are a fast and fun knit, and with three sizes they can be made for every member of the family!
Crochet: Hair accessories
Do you remember the 80’s? The 90’s? You know… Back when crazy scrunchies and colorful hair ties were all the rage. These fancy hair ties offer a bit of nostalgia and a lot of fun! With three unique designs and limitless color options, doing your hair has never been more exciting!
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
Looking to use up some of those extra bits of sock yarn? Look no further! This lovely cabled iPod sock was designed for an iPod touch, but it can be used for any similarly sized iPod, mp3 player, or phone. Taking only a few hours to knit, it’s also great for last minute gifts!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Ribbed Roll Hat is a stylish, stretchy hat made with DK weight yarn. It has a very strong spiral pattern which contrasts the vertical ribbing. It features both written and charted instructions. Although there is only one size, it’ll fit a large variety of heads because it is very stretchy. It’s a great hat for both men and women!
Crochet: Animal Toy
Arnold is a sweet dinosaur who wants to be your friend. He has a fun and unique construction which involves very little sewing. The only sewing is attaching the eyes to the body. His construction was carefully designed to give you a one of a kind experience that is impossible to recreate any other way. He’s fun, soft, and loves to be cuddl...
Just in time for winter! These mittens have a gorgeous lacy pattern across the top of the hand. The alpaca they’re made from is soft and very warm. The ribbing makes them stretchy, so they’ll fit a large variety of hands. They are made to be tight fitting mittens which hug your hands. That, along with the ribbing, makes them very str...
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth, Scrubber
There’s a lot of variety in this pattern. You’ll get two smaller dishcloths, which I personally prefer to the larger ones, a regular sized circular dishcloth, and a scrubbie. You should only need 1 skein of the 4 oz Lily Sugar’n Cream to make them all. Each dishcloth should only take you about an hour, or even less!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Chicago is called the windy city for more than just it’s politicians. It’s cold in the winter. This hat was created when I decided that the hats I had made in the past just weren’t cutting it anymore. I was tired of my ears being cold all the time. So I grabbed some super chunky yarn and a big hook and whipped up this hat in ju...
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
The spiderweb hat is a unique design that uses chains to create the desired effect. It is very easy to make and uses very little yarn. A perfect stash buster! It is fun but still looks quite fashionable, and kids love it! Made out of a soft cotton, it’s a great fall or spring hat.
The truffles blanket is a beautiful lap blanket that uses unique stitch pattern to make the desired effect. It is soft and cozy with an optional ruffle border. With the suggested yarn, the final blanket measures to be about 40x70 inches. Pretty soon, all your friends will want one!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I was working for the Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp at Indiana University when one day one of my fellow counselors wore a hat like this. After shamelessly starring at his head all day, I decided that not only did I have to have one, but I could make it myself! This hat was born.
This is a lovely scarf, perfect for casual or fancy wear. It is very easy and a quick crochet. Although designed for self striping or slow color changing yarns, such as Noro, It works up great in a solid or multi-colored yarn, and should only use 1 skein. Great for using up some of that extra stash you’ve got lying around!
This is a very simple scarf that changes from one color into another. It’s a quick and fun knit that looks great! It’s great for beginners. It’s done in a 2-2 rib on size 8 needles. Any worsted yarn will work well for this. I used Caron Simply Soft Brights, but there’s no reason another type won’t work.