Who says style stops when the weather gets chilly? Not us! We’ve pulled together some of our favorite winter trends, including cowls, ponchos, and more!
After you’ve finished the last sliver of pie, the turkey and cranberry sauce are tucked into the fridge, and napped, what will you be working on? If yarn is in your plans, here are some easy ideas for stitching after the stuffing.
Today I wanted to introduce you to a whole new way to look at Boutique Sashay. You have probably seen and most likely made the ruffle scarves, but wait until you see what else you can do with this versatile yarn. I hope you enjoy the twelve different ways to use Sashay.
I like to make small gifts for my group of friends each year. This year, I decided that I would make a snowman ornament for everyone. I couldn’t find a pattern I liked, so I made my own. Here it is!
Welcome back to the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge! This is the final week of the challenge, and I’m knitting the Elegant Night Cowl for my cousin for Christmas.
Did you know that Red Heart Yarns has a YouTube page? We share video tutorials of our patterns and techniques. We also introduce yarns and showcase collections of patterns, such as our ebooks.
Some favorite videos show how to knit and crochet with Boutique Sashay; how to crochet the Corner to Corner Afghan, the Juicy Fruits & Whipped Creme Throw, and the Top Down Shawl; how to arm knit; and introduce Reflective yarn.
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.