Whoever made the curved cardboard scratcher is a genius. They understand cats, what they love, and how cats need to kill what they love.
You’ll be relieved to hear that therapists and mental health professional types have decided knitting and crocheting are good for you. But you kind of already knew that didn’t you?
Enjoy some cozy knitting with Ms. Zimmermann. I do. Whenever I’m working on one of her patterns I make a point of watching her old videos.
When Name Tape and Label asked me to review their product they tapped into my love of adding labels to handmade pieces, my love of buying notions and accessories, and my love of having stuff to blog about. So of course I said yes. Here is what I think of their labels.
There are a few apps that will turn images into colorwork charts. Knitwit’s is the best I’ve found and its free. Come see what it can do.
A roundup of free tools that will help you calculate all sorts of things for your knit and crochet projects. No more try-and-see. Be sure.
If you knit, crochet, weave, etc you’re bound to make a tangle of your yarn. Its only a matter of time. But there are volunteers who will happily untangle it for you. Oh yes. The Yarn Wranglers are real.
When an entire village was robbed of its Christmas-things by a green skinned troll and his pathetic little dog… I LOVED it. I still do. Its a Thursday Rec for your Christmas Eve.
Yet. I haven’t lost it yet. That’s because its wearable. I’ve held on to this baby for two and half weeks and that’s some kind of record for me. […]
Before you give that precious knitting or crochet away, be quite up front about the specialness of that gift and add a label!