My first overseas trip and my first garter tab project.
I love love love this pattern. Such a mindless knitting project that’s prefect for on the go. I will use this for all my long plane flights and other places where I have to wait and pay attention to my surroundings. Can’t wait to take this project on my next trip. Links and adjustments below.
I’m doing a challenge this month called #30hatsin30days Where I’m crocheting all the baby hats for my local NICU. This pattern paired with the sizing chart is making my life so much easier! I highly recommend this pattern. Ashleigh makes it so easy to follow along and you get to learn new techniques when you watch herContinue reading “Pattern Review: The Parker Beanie”
This blanket was so fun to knit not to mention how quickly it worked up. I took 3 days to make it but it could easily be worked up in a day. It’s a great beginner pattern and I highly recommend it for stash busting as well. Read more for all the deets 🙂
I originally purchased this yarn called banana because I wanted to make the Tin Can Flax Sweater for 6-13 months old. But after having it sit in my stash for more than a year and discovering my love for crochet baby blankets an idea formed. And that idea was to make a striped baby blanket!Continue reading “BTP: Sunny Spring Day Blanket”
Inspiration behind the Cross Body Bag. Spoiler alert! It was suppose to be a clutch.
When I first saw blanket yarn my first thought was, “Is this even yarn? Who would use this?” I was a newbie knitter (who was still exploring the world of yarn) I really couldn’t see myself making anything with it. Now a year later I’m in love & I just can’t get enough. Deets below.
Hey guys. Today I’m going to be do my first pattern review. The pattern I’m reviewing is the Heart Pattern Baby Blanket by Ann Saglimbene. You can get it for free on Ravelry. But for now here is my experience with this pattern.