Crochet
We all know that not-so-great January feeling. The twinkly holiday lights have come down, and regular routines once again take over. Fewer cookies, more responsibilities... sigh.
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Hey Cupid, whatcha makin' this month? (Bonus points if it's chocolate!) Whether you're whipping up a gift for your SO or your BFF, we've got loads of cute ideas for showing that sweet, sweet love.
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When you finish your crochet project, it's hard not to get excited and just tie a knot, and snip off those yarn ends. Resist the urge! If you want your piece to last a long time and look neat, you need to properly weave in your ends.
Ashley Little
Move over, chocolate. We're all about the crochet hearts this Valentine's Day. Whip up a bunch using scrap yarn, or just make one for that very special someone. (And then maybe attach it to some chocolate.)
Beginner
Sure, the yarn you use for your amigurumi is important, and so are the colors. But to really give your cuddly new buddy personality, choose the right eyes. These can take your toy from sad to mad, from happy to sleepy.
Ashley Little
You know single, and double, and half double, and triple. But the joy of crochet goes way beyond those basics. There's popcorn (just as yummy as it sounds), cluster (loaded with texture), crocodile (actually not scary!) and a whole lot more.
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January is my favorite month for knitting — the crush of holiday gifting is OVER and it’s time to knit for the pure joy of it. Here are the projects I’m dying to cast-on as soon as the ball drops.
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It's no secret that we're kind of obsessed with Tunisian crochet (a little bit knit, a little bit crochet — what's not to love?!).
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You've made up your mind to finally take a crack at knitting, cake decorating, paper crafting … whatever. And here’s the truth: The best way to make this happen is to just go start already.
Liz Callahan Schnabolk
Warm weather = cotton sweaters. But breathable, sturdy, durable clothing is just the start of what you can do with cotton yarn. Here are 10 tips to keep in mind whatever you decide to make.
Kathryn Vercillo
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