Each year it seems I pick up a new hobby. 2016 was the year of spinning. 2017…the year of botanical illustration. Continue reading “Crochet a Quilt”
I live in the South. While people like to pretend we have four seasons the truth is we have two. Not Hot and Hot. Not Hot usually heads into ‘cold’ territory but I’ve learned that cold in the south is a beach day in the north.
Continue reading “Stitching into Summer”
It’s summertime and the livin’ is easy – and outdoors! As we hose off the lawn chairs and shake out the camping equipment, don’t forget to add those special soft touches that make your outdoor living space an extension of your home. Here are 10 free crochet patterns featuring Red Heart Yarns that will help you make the most of your outdoor space!
Who doesn’t love a good picnic? But to make a picnic pull off without a hitch you’ll need a few essentials…and these are just a little extra special. They’re all DIY!
The Craft Yarn Council has been working hard to update industry standards and we’re happy to announce that the new guidelines are live! The team at Red Heart will be making the shift to using the new standards, and we wanted to make sure you knew about them too. You can download the whole Standards and Guidelines pdf for your own use.
Untitled DocumentGet ready to escape on a colorful adventure with Colorscape!
Being organized is one of those things that benefits almost everyone – but comes naturally to very few. For the rest of us, it takes conscious thought and effort, not to mention time.
It is time once again to show your dad how much you care. I can’t think of a better Father’s Day present then a handmade, from the heart gift. We have come up with a list of patterns for both the knitter and crocheter to help you get started.
Continue reading “Father’s Day Round Up”
Crocheting for babies is satisfying. The small size of the work means that you can finish projects quickly. The softness of the required yarn is a tactile pleasure. Plus, it is so satisfying to know that you’re helping a little one start out their life with the love from a handmade item. Whether you’re crocheting for your own baby, someone you know or to donate to charity, there are a few things that you should know when you start to crochet for little ones. With the right yarn, stitches and project choices, your efforts in baby crochet will go a long way.
What’s the number one room in your home that gets the most wear and tear? For me…it’s the kitchen. I feel like I’m ALWAYS in there. Always.