Pattern: Pocket Tissue Holder in Moss Stitch

Pattern: Pocket Tissue Holder in Moss Stitch

This refillable Pocket Tissue Holder is eco-friendly and cute! Just fold and fill with facial tissues and avoid the plastic entirely! This quick knit is done in Moss Stitch with a small border using Garter Stitch for neatness. It’s a great way to use up partial balls of yarn too. It takes about 1-3 hours […]

Pattern: Toddler Hat and Scarf Set in English Rib

Pattern: Toddler Hat and Scarf in English Rib

Here is a Toddler Hat and Scarf I made for my 4 year old nephew! I designed it using English Rib Stitch, my current fave stitch! It’s a gloriously quick knit that has a polished look without the extra fuss. The stitch gave a wonderful drape, a cozy squishy feel, and is reversible! Note: This […]

How-To: Make a Pom-Pom without Special Tools

How-To: Make a Pom-Pom without Special Tools

To create a pom-pom without special tools, we will create our own pom-pom template which consists of 2 pieces of cardboard in a C-shape. Use items available around the house like delivery boxes, soup cans, marker, and scissors to create a template. If none of those are available, free-hand drawing by cutting a rough square […]

Pattern: Knitted Headband with Twist

Pattern: Knitted Headband with Twist

I found this wonderful pattern on Mirella Moments and fell in love with the stitch. This pattern uses an English Rib Stitch which can be knitted in various ways and is sometimes called Fisherman’s Rib Stitch or Brioche Stitch… Depending on how it’s knitted. This pattern is a true English Rib Stitch and uses Yarn […]

Pattern: Pussy Hat Project

Pattern: Pussy Hat Project

Womens Relaxed Fit This simple knit hat with kitten ears has become a powerful symbol of the Women’s March, a stand for Women’s reproductive rights, equality, and the human rights of all. The Pussy Hat Project was a direct protest against the now President and his insulting behavior! It sent a powerful message without a […]

Pattern: Knitted Pocket Tissue Holder

Pattern: Knitted Pocket Tissue Holder

This simple project is just a knitted rectangle folded in thirds. It requires knitting a 6″ x 6.5″ rectangle using Seed Stitch then sew the ends to close. I was packing for a trip and wanted to bring some tissues. Rather than buy travel-sized tissues, I just quick knitted a little holder for some tissues! […]

Pattern: Erica Cowl

Pattern: Erica Cowl

Here is a nice cozy cowl for my doggie! The chunky, soft rib knit makes the cowl stretchy yet snug for easy on and easy off while providing extra warmth. It stretches to almost double its flat size and can fit a variety of sizes and shapes. Can also be worn unfolded to cover the […]

Pattern: De’s Baby Blanket

Pattern: De’s Baby Blanket

Yarn: 8 Skeins Lion Brand Baby’s First Yarn, Bulky Weight, 55% Acrylic 45% Cotton, 120 Yards, $5.99 in 2 Colors: 3.5 Balls Cotton Ball (Bright White) #925-100 3.5 Balls Honey Bee (Buttercup Yellow) #925-157 Needles: US Size 9 (5.5mm) Knitting Needles Circular 24″ or longer Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Measurements/Sizing: Approx. 36″ x 36″ Pattern: […]

Pattern: Nautical Crop Top Knit

Pattern: Nautical Crop Top Knit

Perfect for summer at the seaside! At the beach, on the boat, or biking! This summery medium weight top is great for mornings or casual evenings out. It’s also super simple. Just make 2 big rectangles, join them together, and voila! The entire project also uses the classic Stockinette Stitch. EZ PZ. Yarn 3 Balls […]

Creative Bug: Knitting School Online

Creative Bug: Knitting School Online

I just discovered CreativeBug.com. It’s basically a website dedicated to online videos for Knitting, Crochet, Sewing, and other crafts. From short how-to videos and projects to full craft classes and workshops. But it’s also kind of an online school for knitting and crochet. I love the idea! What makes Creative Bug unique is that a […]