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We are proud to be sponsoring Design Wars II on Baca Creations blog. Design Wars II is now underway with a new and exciting line up of participants, spotlights, hints, and prizes! Check out the line-up below of designers, and keep checking Baca Creations for updates! Continue reading “Design Wars II Schedule & Giveaway”
Enter to Win the Wreath of the Month! Continue reading “Red Heart’s Featured Heart Wreath of the Month – February”
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 January Wreath Calendar that you can print out to keep track of important dates.
The 4th season of the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge has been filled with wonderful people sharing their precious handmade works with us. Congratulations to the 5 winners of the ultimate Red Heart Prize Package worth $150! We just loved so many of the projects that were submitted, we decided to award 7 honorary mention winners a $50 prize package. We can’t wait until next season and we have listened to your feedback and will make some improvements to the format of the challenge to be even better. See you next season!
FINALE! Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge
The last day to vote on a photo is December 12, 2012. Winners will be announced on 12-14-12. Continue reading “FINALE! Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Season 4”
Here we are at our last week of sharing our projects for the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge. I still have a few quick items to finish up before Christmas. Tonight I’m going to go through my projects, package and wrap them and I’m also, working on little crochet bags. I make these every year to hang on the tree. Each one has the name of one of the grandkids and they have to find their little bag to see what’s in it. It’s perfect if you just want to give gift cards. The great thing with this pattern is that I can use any yarn. All you need do is change the hook size appropriate for the yarn you are using. These are great for jewelry, change, keys, little cowboys or army men (you know I have a house full of boys) and magnets. This cute little bag had soooo many uses. I even made a couple of small ones for myself using Heart & Sole.I keep those in my purse … one for change and the other houses all those *store cards*, such as discounts for gas, groceries, drug stores, etc. Continue reading “Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Season 4, Week 11”
Have you ever thought about making something with yarn without having to knit or crochet? Sometimes it’s fun to use your hands when creating projects with yarn, especially when it’s a bulky, loopy yarn. No knitting needles or crochet hooks required. It’s a great way to get yarn into the hands of kids. Just let your fingers do the walking and you’ll have a scarf in less than 5 minutes. Decorate a picture frame or lamp shade in just minutes. Our December Yarn of The Month is Red Heart Boutique Swerve. Continue reading “Yarn of the Month Giveaway for December”
Thanksgiving is behind us and Christmas will be here before you know it. Many of the projects I’vebeen working on over the past 10 weeks have been for Christmas gifts. I still have a few things I want to make, but tonight I’m going to work on making a few gift card holders. Continue reading “Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Season 4, Week 10”
Here we are, Thanksgiving eve in the US …. Wednesday night and I will be in the kitchen preparing tomorrows’ big feast, and slipping in some stitching later. The family is coming and I need to find places to hide all my yarn, and I’m talking boxes of it. Hmmmmm, maybe I could cover them with a cloth and use as a table. (Don’t let on what I’m doing). I’m not working on a new project tonight, but finishing up some of the things I have in the works. Time to piece together the sweater parts, weave in ends on the throw, maybe add a few more rounds, and I have a few more scarves to make. Continue reading “Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge Season 4, Week 9”