Welcome to Month 7 of Red Heart’s 9 Months of Baby Projects. This month we bring you an adorable Puppy Dog Hat to make for your special baby made with Red Heart Anne Geddes Baby yarn. Crochet it in the colors shown, in feminine colors for little girls or in any of the many colors available in this soft yarn. Continue reading “Red Heart’s 9 Months of Baby Projects Month 7”
Have you ever done a crochet retreat before? If not, here is an opportunity to with Mikey from The Crochet Crowd on board Carnival Miracle on February 15th, 2014. Cruise’n out of Los Angeles. They are exploring the Mexican Riviera for a fabulous 7 day cruise. Continue reading “Hooking The High Seas Crochet Cruise”
Welcome to the third in our series of interviews with designers who have brought us popular projects on our free pattern site. I hope you enjoy this inside peek into two of our favorite designers’ lives. Continue reading “Getting to Know Our Designers: Tammy Hildebrand and Michele Wilcox”
Below are 19 easy free knit and crochet patterns ideas to make for charity. There are many wonderful charities always looking for hand knit hats, scarves, blankets, etc. Look on the Red Heart homepage, under the community section each month for a listing of different charities to check out.
Enter to Win the Wreath of the Month!
There will be 3 lucky people who will win the yarn, needles and hooks to make this month’s wreath. Continue reading “Red Heart’s Featured Rainbow of Colors Wreath of the Month – August”
There’s something new and exciting rolling around Southern California. It’s called the Yarnover Truck – the first yarn store on wheels!!! If you can’t make it to the knitting store the store will come to you! This big blue truck is hard to miss while driving down the highway. Continue reading “Yarnover Truck – The First Yarn Store on Wheels!!”
I don’t know about your office, but air conditioning in the office I work in is always too cold for me when I wear sleeveless or short sleeve tops. I’m always hunting for a layering piece to keep me warm. So I made a beautiful rust rectangular shawl that converts into a vest, but what I really needed it to be to wear with my summer top is a shrug. Susan Bates mini knit clips to the rescue! Continue reading “Convert a Rectangular Shawl into a Shrug by Guest Blogger Joan Barnett”