Congratulations to Diane Suder and Emily Marie Mejias, the Grand Prize winners of our Where in the World Are You with Your Red Heart Yarns? contest! They will receive a a $500 cash prize plus a $150 Red Heart Yarns Prize Pack.
Congratulations to the winners of the Little Monsters Photo Challenge! We challenged our fans to submit pictures of their children or pets in costumes made with Red Heart Yarn. We received dozens of entries, and randomly chose the following 10 winners.
Welcome back to the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge! This week I’m making TWO of the Spicy Crab Cakes pattern.
Once high school and college are over you wonder if you will ever make lasting friends like you had when you were young. I grew up in Louisiana and moved to North Carolina as an adult so I was not sure it would happen. It did! I have five fabulous ladies that are my “grown up” friends. We all lived in the same neighborhood, five of us in the same cul-de-sac. Our kids grew up together and we remained friends even after most of us moved away. I think we are on 14 years now.
Since crafters are doing knotted macramé things (like friendship bracelets), I thought I would try a simple knotted Sashay scarf…it actually turned out much easier than a macramé bracelet and you can complete it in an evening. It’s made just like knotting double or triple knotted fringe and is a stylish alternative to the ruffled scarf.
Need inspiration for your Holiday project list? You have found it with the Make It Merry free eBook from Red Heart. Download the Make It Merry eBook with 34 knit and crochet ideas to delight this holiday season. It begins with a wide range of wonderful ideas for giving your home an enchanted hand-crafted holiday feel including Red & White or Heart-Warming themes. It goes on to ideas for kids and special accessories to give or make ahead for holiday photos with Santa!
With so many projects you are sure to find something to help you plan your gift list with your knit and crochet projects. And don’t forget yourself this holiday season, as this eBook contains ideas for your own holiday or winter wardrobe!
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Sampling of the free projects inside the eBook:
Welcome back to the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge! This week I’m making the Twisted Cowl in Medley. I love to wear scarves and cowls in the winter months, since they dress up an outfit and keep me warm in our cold office.
Did you know that Red Heart Yarns has a Facebook page? We share free knit and crochet patterns, our fans’ beautiful creations, information on Red Heart products, exclusive offers, video tutorials and so much more! We love to share what people post to our wall too, so post your pictures of a project in Red Heart Yarn — it might get shared!
What was your reaction when you saw the recent news about the beautiful thread crochet wedding dress made by Chi Kmeta? What about when you see examples of vintage crochet blankets made entirely with thread? A common reaction among crocheters goes something like, “that’s beautiful and amazing … and I could never do it”.
If I didn’t work for the company that sells it, I probably would never know about this cute little Susan Bates Silvalume® Handi Tool. I keep one in my knitting tools and crochet hook kit along with stitch markers, stitch holders, gauge, a favorite pair of snippers and non-greasy hand cream. And I keep a second in my sewing kit.