Whether you call it a lapghan, lap robe, or lap blanket, you will agree that they are very comfy and cozy. Now, you can make your own in any or all of these seven crafts.Read More
Best Knitting Reference Books is a listing of my go-to books. Some are small enough for my knitting bag. No matter how long a person has been knitting, sometimes your mind draws a blank. That is where these books have saved me more than once. For me, it is impossible to remember how to do the many stitches that knitting has to offer.Read More
We will be weaving on the diagonal using the Continuous Strand Method – You create the warp and weave your weft as you go. Diagonal weaving creates a bias-woven fabric. This type of fabric drapes well and resists unraveling.Read More
Want to learn to Tunisian Crochet? Then, this is a great resource book for you.
This book has excellent illustrations. It has the best drawing of the last stitch in the forward pass that I have been able to find. Knowing exactly how to create the last stitch in the forward pass ensures that your left edge is smooth and neat.Read More
Swatch your work if you want your handcrafted item to fit. We all know we should knit a gauge square before we knit, but, often we don’t take the time to knit the square. I found “The Great Swatch Experiment by the Berroco Design Team very enlightening.Read More
Rigid Heddle Loom, Table Loom, or Floor Loom: Which weaving loom is right for you?Before I get into the differences/similarities of the weaving looms, let me give you this comparison.These three vehicles are all modes of transportation but require different levels of exertion on your part.Read More
Where have I been? In Southern Prairie Girl’s post, Barn Quilts, she talks about these beautiful historical artworks.
I might be able to make one of these. Oh, wait, I no longer have a barn. But, I do have a shed. I still may try this.Read More
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