Our National Spokesperson Marly Bird loves the new Red Heart Soft Essentials and Soft Essentials Stripes yarns, and thinks you will too! Let her tell you all about it, and then follow along with her video tutorial for a free cowl pattern she designed.
We spoke with Stephen Duneier, the Yarn Bomber, about his recent Dreamer Yarnbomb in Tucson, AZ. He put yarn-covered aliens on the roof of a children’s hospital, and wrapped the building in colorful panels contributed from people all over the world. Read our Q & A with Stephen about this amazing project.
It’s February, which means it is National Heart Month. Sponsored by the American Hearth Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this is an annual event highlighting the importance of heart health. We have gathered 18 free crochet and knit patterns for you to make for this important event.
Our spokesperson Marly Bird will be at the Pittsburgh Knit & Crochet Festival! She’s teaching several classes for both knitters and crocheters — register now so you won’t miss her! Plus, in each class you’ll receive a special gift from Red Heart.
As the trusted referral source for women, the Women’s Choice Award is delighted to honor Red Heart® for earning the 2017 Women’s Choice Award® as America’s Most Recommended™ Yarn Brand. This award designation is based on a national survey that was distributed to tens of thousands of women across America who were asked to select the brands that they would highly recommend to their family and friends.
The Red Heart team is excited to introduce you to the newest extension of the Red Heart Soft family, Soft Essentials. This chunky weight yarn is made with the same premium acrylic you already love, and its heavier weight means you can knit and crochet faster!
To celebrate the launch of Soft Essentials, we’ve designed a free eBook of 8 patterns that the whole family will love!
Are you excited for the upcoming 2017 Super Bowl 51 game? We are! So we designed these patterns for you to make to cheer on your favorite team. We have a knit hat and a crochet hat made in the colors of the Falcons and the Patriots. Our Patriots hat is crochet and our Falcons hat is knit, but feel free to swap them to stitch a hat for the team you support.
Now that the holiday rush is behind us, I’m starting to think about what projects I’d like to make in this year. Planning projects is always fun, and while I may not stick to all of these ideas, it sure helps to have a starting point when I’m ready to buy yarn.
We put out dozens of blogs in 2016. View the following list to see our most popular ones — they have free crochet and knitting patterns, plus let you learn new techniques!
I was looking at the calendar recently and noticed that just about every day of the week is named after something or someone. Some examples of this are National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day, National Spouses Day and National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day. I think some of them are silly, but one day that stands out to me is National Hugging Day. In 1986 Kevin Zaborney declared January 21st as National Hugging Day. He noticed that people seemed a little down after the Holidays and thought a hug might lift spirits. He did not think the idea would take off, but it did and in a big way. It is not only recognized in the United States, but in many other countries. Everyone needs a hug every once-in-a-while, right? His only advise is that you should ask permission before hugging a complete stranger.