Come on and get Sassy–you know you want to!
Have you tried Sassy Fabric yet? Sassy Fabric is a lightweight, beautifully-printed fabric with laser cut holes perfectly distanced at the top for easy knitting and crocheting. Continue reading “Introducing Boutique Sassy Fabric”
By Michael Sellick
We are continuing to receive donations from fans around the world for the Stranded and Tangled in Madagascar Exhibit at Creativ Festival. Donations have come in from Dubai, France, UK, USA and Canada so far. Our booth will be the island of Madagascar for the next show. Some of the characters are tiny while others are oversized. We have over 200 creatures and landscape entries so far.
I’ve noticed that as I get older my year seems to get shorter. I feel like I just had a birthday and it is almost time for another one. Wasn’t Christmas a few months ago??
Welcome to the second week of Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Season 6! This week I’m working on the Cardboard Loom Bracelet. I want to make small Christmas gifts for my close group of friends, and I figured that friendship bracelets would be a fun throw-back to childhood. I’m starting now, so that I don’t have to rush to make them. I may change to other types of bracelets in Sizzle, like the Chevron Stripe Bracelet and Diagonal Stripe Bracelet, as I work.
Don’t you love when the weather starts getting colder and you know it’s time to pull out the chunky yarns because you know you’re going to need a warm accessory soon?
My friend, Lizzie, turned 7 a few weeks ago. She had planned a dragon-themed birthday party and was in need of a super cute dragon hat. I came to her rescue and made Red Heart’s Dragon Hat just in time for her birthday party.
Lizzie wanted the hat and tail to be black, the scales to be hot pink, and the spots to be purple. Luckily, I had all 3 colors in my stash! I used Super Saver Black and Shocking Pink and Shimmer Purple (which added a little girly sparkle to the hat).
Soft and lustrous acrylic yarn with added ply of a reflective fiber so it’s great to stitch with and aids in nighttime visibility!
Welcome to the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge! For the next 8 weeks we’ll be working together on Wednesday evenings and sharing our plans and projects. We’re all so busy it can be difficult to have time to sit down and work on your projects, so I’ve found it easier to set aside time each week. I’m stitching on Wednesdays since it fits my schedule, but you can choose any day that suits you.