Before you give that precious knitting or crochet away, be quite up front about the specialness of that gift and add a label!
This is not my typical Sunday Stitch post. There ain’t no yarn, video, needles, or hooks anywhere in this one. But I do feel like I have some important tips […]
Temptation is a part of everyone’s life and we all succumb, sooner or later. When it comes to the temptation of new yarns, I’ll probably have succumbed five minutes after finishing this blog post.
They say money can’t buy happiness or love. They’re wrong. And on Black Friday weekend you don’t even have to buy it; its free. I know where the real absolute best Black Friday deals are.
An unexpected source for new yarn has me looking around my home for where I’m going to put my future stash.
I’m told the Shopping Impaired just don’t know how to shop. That’s probably true and I don’t want to learn.
When making Skew socks, there are two things you should know. First, there are lots of adjustments for size. Second, no one will believe they are socks.
When store bought socks cost $1 a pair, only the slightly cracked people bother with knitting socks. People like me. Since I’m using up a ball of $30 hand dye yarn and spending a week or so to make these socks, I want to get them right.
When I’m up too early there is really only three tasks I’m capable of: getting cat food, making coffee, and spinning yarn. In that order.
Playing on my phone is a complete waste of my time. Knitting myself a 14th hat, however, is sound time management.