The Russian Join is a great method for splicing together yarn. You can use it in the middle of a project to join in new yarn without weaving in ends later, or you can use it to organize your smaller bits of stash yarn to create a “magic yarn ball.” It’s a fairly straightforward process,View Project
Projects by Marie Segares
Some crocheters enjoy working with a limited color palette and have no interest in exploring different colors while others have an almost paralyzing fear of experimenting with color. If you fall into the latter category, you already know that color has a major impact on the style and mood of your crochet project, but maybeView Project
Long Island Livestock Company’s booth at Vogue Knitting Live in New York City.
Yarn shows, also called by many in the industry as fiber festivals, are wonderful social events that span the course of a day or even a weekend. At a yarn show, you can visit the boots of many yarn companies and shops, seeView Project
If you love crocheting gifts, spring can be a wonderful time of the year as graduation celebrations that take place from May through July allow for many gift-giving opportunities. Here are three tips for successfully jump starting your spring season gifts.
1. Remember the recipient! As a crocheter, you know about all the time, love andView Project
This vibrant and colorful baby blanket makes a great gift. Plan out your colors or use scrap yarn to create a unique variation.View Project
These bracelets make a great 2-hour project and are perfect for children and teens. Mix and match several bangles to create a funky look, or share with friends as a Valentine’s Day treat.View Project
Personalize your holiday gift cards with 12 different cozies. The metallic thread in the yarn adds a great sparkle. These quick and simple gift card cozies are wonderful wrapping for last minute gifts, to make as stash busters, or to add a DIY touch to a mass produced gift.View Project
Warm, fluffy and white as snow, this cowl will take you from building snowmen outside to sipping cocoa by the fire.View Project
Add warmth without the bulk with the Weekend in the Alps Neckwarmer. This simple, cozy accessory will protect your neck against chilly winter drafts, and the buttons make this winter staple a breeze to put on.View Project
The last installment in our Seasonal Shawl Series, this winter shawl is best made from a chunky, insulating fiber so you can wear it in cold weather. The shawl doubles as a cuddly scarf when wrapped around the neck.View Project