Get your summer stitching list ready with these 10 Quick Portable Projects for Crocheting & Knitting. Summer is a good time to make smaller, fun projects. These projects won’t take much time and are easy to take outside or along with you on vacation. Continue reading “10 Quick Portable Projects for Your Summer Crocheting & Knitting”
Do you know what today is? It’s Wednesday! Today we are starting our Knit Along, Simple Spring Swing Cardigan. Is this your first sweater? If you know how to knit and purl, you will be able to knit this sweater. Let’s take an adventure and learn new skills. This knit along is for new knitters as well as experienced knitters. We will begin working on the back of the sweater first. Here is the first of 3 videos to help you get started Simple Spring Swing Cardigan video Part I. Continue reading “Knit Along Simple Spring Swing Cardigan Week 1”
Congratulations to our 6 winners of the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge! (We had a tie for 5th place.) You have won each won a prize pack filled with 6 skeins of Red Heart yarns, 2 booklets, Susan Bates Needles and Hooks, and a subscription to Crochet Today! or Knitting Today! Continue reading “Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Winners”
Just a reminder that our Knit Along for the Simple Spring Swing Cardigan will begin on June 8th. This is a great project for Spring/Summer, as well as, for someone just learning to knit. If you know how to knit and purl, you will be able to make this sweater. I’m using Eco-Ways for my project, but you can also use any No. 4 Red Heart yarn, just make sure you check your gauge. Select any color and for those more advanced stitchers, get creative and use a couple of colors. Whatever you select, we are looking forward to your joining our group and hearing about your progress. Continue reading “Swing Cardigan Knit Along with Red Heart”
It’s Wednesday and our final night together. I’ve enjoyed spending my Wednesday nights with you. Tonight I’ll be enjoying the finale of American Idol with a sweater on my needles. Sadly, it’s the finale for the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge, but we will begin a new season in the Fall. I have enjoyed viewing all the wonderful projects and reading your comments. Continue reading “Finale … Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge”
It’s the middle of the week, hump day, Wednesday … and that means it’s time for the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge. As the day to day events of life, family and work seem to be out of control, I look forward to our Wednesday evenings together and this week more than ever. This is my therapy! Tonight I’ll be finishing up the Ruffle Rose Pillow that I started last week, and then I’m going to work on the South Beach Cover Up. I’ve selected Washable Ewe in Zinnia for this project. Continue reading “Week 7 Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge”
We are so excited to share with you our newest yarns from Red Heart. Enter Red Heart’s Twitter Retweet Giveaway for a chance to win one of two prize packs. One prize pack is geared towards knitting and the other crochet. Each prize pack includes, 4 skeins of yarn, a Red Heart bag, a Susan Bates crochet hook or knitting needles, and a copy of Knitting Today! or Crochet Today!
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Over the past month we have asked you what you would like to make for our Summer Knit Along. Based on your comments, we selected 3 different projects for you to vote on.
I can’t believe how fast time is flying past. We are on Week 6 of our Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge … where has the time gone? Well, I’ve been able to complete 5 projects. I always have several projects going at any given time, but setting aside Wednesday nights has helped me get things finished by working with all of you. I purposely picked projects I knew I could finish in a week. Continue reading “Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Week 6”
Sometimes we have days that aren’t great and then we end up being frustrated or in a bad mood. We don’t spend enough time doing nice things for ourselves. That’s what I enjoy about the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge. It gives me the opportunity to do something nice for myself, briefly forget about all the bad things in the world…my creative therapy. I’m also doing something nice for others, since most of what I make I give as gifts. Plus, I get to share ideas and work with all of you. It’s so much fun seeing all the wonderful items you’re stitching. Continue reading “Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Week 5”