Red Heart Yarns and Crochetville are partnering up again and we can’t wait to see you in Atlanta, Georgia for the Stitches South Show April 12 – 14! If you’ll be attending the show, be sure to drop by the booth, 301 to check out some of our newest products, we will have a Make It Take It Cowl, and lots of models to inspire you! Continue reading “Stitches South 2013”
Congratulations to our 9 Months of Baby Projects Winners! We hope you enjoy your prize package and make something special for baby! Continue reading “9 Months of Baby Projects Winners”
Red Heart is giving away the yarn and needles to make the Love, Knit, Relax pillows from the Spring 2013 issue of Creative Knitting!
Two lucky winners will each receive 4 balls of Boutique Unforgettable in the color Peacock and 3 balls of Red Heart With Wool in the color Cream, as well as Susan Bates straight and double-pointed needles. All items will come in a Red Heart tote bag, the perfect size to carry your projects.
Make 3 pillows and a matching lampshade with the yarn, and keep the needles and tote bag to use again and again.
To purchase the Spring issue of Creative Knitting with this pattern in it or for more information, please visit the Creative Knitting website.
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Red Heart has been around for over 75 years and we are pleased to say that 20 of our yarns are made right here in the USA! Our team at our mill in Albany, GA is proud to bring these high quality products to you at a great value. Continue reading “Red Heart Yarns Made in the USA”
Hello Fellow Crafters,
My name is Diane and I love Red Heart Yarn. I have crocheted and knitted for many years, so when I started working in the payroll department here I was happy to be able to be around yarn more than at other companies in my past. My first encounter with thread was when I was a small child my grandmother taught me how to make hairpin lace and attach to a hankie. Ooops! I’m dating myself. I also have fond memories of my Mom and me getting the sale papers for yarn and figuring out what patterns we were going to make and trying to be one of the first customers at the store to be sure that we got the yarn we needed. Of course you had to paw through a lot of yarn to get all you wanted in the same dye lot. It was very important that you bought extra so you wouldn’t run out. And my father’s unique take on what he saw my Mom doing while crocheting her doilies, he called it “Knotting Thread”. I still refer to that phrase. Continue reading “Guest Blogger Diane Marsh Makes a Retro Pillow”
Welcome to Month 2 of Red Heart’s 9 Months of Baby Projects. This month we bring you an adorable hexagon baby blanket crochet pattern to make for your special baby made with Red Heart Baby TLC. Happy colors and a soft yarn combine to make a cuddly blanket for your precious little one. We hope you love it as much as we do!
Plus three lucky people will win the supplies to make this project. So be sure to enter for your chance to win!!
Three Lucky People will Win the Materials for the project and 1 -Year Subscription to Crochet Today! Magazine.
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Now that spring is almost here it’s time to get excited about freshening up the house and trying some new projects. Continue reading “A Dozen Home Decor Projects Made with Red Heart Yarn!”
Are you a college or graduate student? Do you have any family or friends who are in college or graduate school and knit, crochet, or sew? If so, read on! Jimmy Beans Wool is partnering with Red Heart Yarns and other sponsors for the 4th year to bring you the Beans for Brains Scholarship. Five crafters will be selected to receive $3,200 each. Continue reading “Beans for Brains Scholarship”
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.
Red Heart will be featuring a new wreath project every month in 2013! It will include a free pattern for the particular wreath and some tips and photos for assembly from the designer Sharon Mann.
PLUS get a March Wreath Calendar that you can print out to keep track of important dates.