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The Faux Earflap Hat Comparison so far...

We did not knit together this week, but I have two finished hats to show, the ones I’ve been working on for a few weeks now. 189 more words


Doily Do-Over | Crochet

My goal for 2015 was to actually knit and crochet all the patterns I’ve fallen in love with from my magazines. Currently on the hook is a different version of the pattern Afternoon Tea by Brenda Stratton. 131 more words


Forgotten Projects Part Two

Yesterday I had a day off work for an appointment with a new doctor. I was pretty stressed out afterwards so I put on an episode of American Horror Story and sat down to sort out my yarn, a task I’ve been meaning to do for a while. 283 more words



Newest granny square afghan pattern is done! It’s called the Wallflower, and it’s a great project for using up scraps of worsted weight yarn. Ivan kindly volunteered to be the blanket model again: 8 more words

Knitting And Crocheting

Craftolution Creation: Lattice-Work Scarf

For August (a little out of order I know!), I wanted to capture the last days of summer in an item that carries into fall. This is a really light lattice work scarf with a flower applique:

August: Lattice-work Scarf

Scrap Yarn

Craftolution Creation: Bee-Hive Hats

October has a little chill in the air, so I ventured into hats this month. Taking a little inspiration from summer, I designed Bee-Hive hats:

October: Bee-Hive Hats


Craftolution Creation: Swirl-Square Scarf

Since September is back to school month, I decided to work with bright colors. I came up with this swirl-square scarf:

September: Swirl-Square Scarf