The Sonoma Circle Bag is your easy, breezy, bag of choice as you head to bbqs, the park, or just strolling in your local village. Large, soft, and sturdy, it can hold all your summer essentials, and extras too!
This is the story of Goldilocks and the 3 ducks. Each duck has his/her own personality, but all three are made from a single crochet pattern!
Get ready for the bounty of summer with this origami-inspired market bag! Using just a large simple rectangle, the Weekend Wanderer Mesh Bento Bag is a great project for beginners too!
Poppy stitches and eyelets are repeated to create a sweet lacy-but-not-too-lacy Wildflowers Tunic. This design is customizable and works up fast, so you can make it any size you want, and wear it anywhere: date nights, the office, or lengthen it to wear as a cover-up at the pool!
When you want a quick scrapbuster project to tide you over to the next big project, this fun Parquet Square knitting pattern might just be the thing! Way back earlier this year, I had signed up to participate in the Harmony Blanket Knit-Along with Marie from Underground Crafter, Pia from Stitches ‘N’ Scraps, Joanita from Creative… View Post
Enjoy easy, breezy summer vibes with the fun and colorful Monterey Bay Striped Top. Make this simply designed and easy-to-make shirt your go-to for casual summer days!
All you need are 2 skeins of Lion Brand LB Collection Silk yarn to knit up this lightweight, asymmetrical shawl scarf, perfect for summer evenings and for adding a bit of color to your wardrobe!
If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to crochet with raffia, if you’ve wondered if it will hurt your hands, or if you can make it bend to your will, you’ll get your questions answered as I share my own experiences crocheting with this fun paper medium!