Today I have a video tutorial for you all! Yes, a little different than my usual, but I figured if this was going to be the “Complete Beginners Knitted Hat” than a video tutorial was a MUST.
You are still able to find the AD FREE printable PDF for this pattern here - Beginners Knit Hat
So I recently challenged myself to knit/crochet a newborn hat for the next 30 days. I find that I get so consumed with using my craft for work that I forget to use it for the good of others as well. So, I will be donating all of these hats to my local hospital once i'm done. If any of you are willing to join me, I will be posting a newborn hat pattern EVERYDAY for the next 30 days! Yay!
Recently, I decided I wanted to design ore items that I would consider outside of my “comfort zone.” For me that involves more summer items that work up quickly that I know a lot of my readers would really enjoy.
Today I have a really fun spring styled pattern for you all! While at Hobby Lobby (my absolute favorite place) I came across their I Love This Cotton yarn.
The “Let Your Hair Down” Cropped Tee was a labor of love! This design had many lives before becoming what she is today. I would say I planned this all and am just that smart, but sadly I am not (Lol!).
Today I have a squishy, super cozy, extra-AMAZING pattern for you all; The Nina Cardigan. I designed this sweater to be the perfect homebody sweater. I love cuddling up in something cozy when I’m spending the day lounging at home.
Today I have a unique garment for you all, the Hudson Kimono uses a textured stitch called the “Soft Cluster” once blocked gives a BEAUTIFUL drape and gorgeous look.
As most of you know I LOVE making, wearing, designing, admiring, any oversized sweater. The Kelby sweater is JUST THAT.
Today I have a totally fund and different project for you all, a sweater dress!
A few years back I crochet a sample stitch piece that I never used for any projects, but for some reason it went VIRAL. I received so many messages from people asking me for the pattern to this stitch, where they could find it, and so on. The problem was I never could find the perfect pattern to use this stitch in.
If you’re anything like me, crop tops make up most of my wardrobe. I just love them! They go perfect with my favorite fashion statement; High rise. I have an obsession with wearing high waisted shorts, skirts, pants, you name it. If it’s high-waisted then I want it.
Today I have a quick and easy poncho design to share with you all. This design was inspired by a child’s poncho I saw when shopping for my toddler. I couldn’t believe how simple the construction was and of course my inner crochet self just had to make one!