We chose the Hexagon Baby Blanket to feature in “3 Colorful Ways” because it offers so many possibilities for changing colors depending on our likes and nursery décor preferences. But easy color changing is not the only reason this design is a favorite.
The most newsworthy thing about Baby Hugs is that it has been tested for over 300 harmful substances. It has been Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 class 1 certified (which is a worldwide accepted standard). So Baby Hugs is perfect for babies and toddlers, giving parents the confidence that they are using quality yarn for their hand mades. Each ball has the blue heart mark.
Welcome to the May Doily of the Month! Each month in 2016 we will share a new doily pattern for you to make in Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread. We challenged the top doily designers to create innovate designs that coordinate with the feeling of each month. Plus, every month we will select five winners to receive an Aunt Lydia’s prize pack.
For May, we have the Colorful Table Doily. This doily is crocheted in rows and is a great introduction to working with crochet thread. Changing the colors and stripes will create a completely new look.
We love to see your pictures of projects you’ve made using Red Heart yarn! Sometimes people have questions about the best way to share these photos with us and with other fans, so we’ve made a quick list of tips for you.
Welcome to My First with Marly Bird! Each month Marly will teach you a new crocheting or knitting project. These projects are designed to make you comfortable as you transition between learning the stitches and making a project. Every design has a written pattern and a step-by-step video tutorial to follow along.
When Lorna Miser designed our crocheted Happy-Go-Lacy Shawl in the vibrant Jellybeans shade of Heart & Sole, everyone loved it for how lightweight and drapey it was, easy to wear as a shawl or a scarf and always comfortable. The quality sock-weight wool-blend yarn comes in beautiful solid and print colors and is machine washable. So when we chose a project for May that we might want to make for our mothers, we made the same shawl in the neutral Riverstone color and called it Enjoy Life Shawl (because wearing it made it easy to enjoy life). Then for knitters, we asked Lorna to design a knit version of the shawl in Denimy and called it Laid-Back Shawl. This third shawl seemed perfect for casual denim days or really for wearing with any casual outfit.
We love seeing your projects made in Red Heart yarn! You share tons of pictures on social media, especially on Facebook and Instagram (#redheartyarns). We’ve gathered some tips for you to take better pictures of your projects, so the focus is on your hard work and everyone can see what you’re doing.
It is with pride that I tell you about our newly introduced baby yarn, Baby Hugs! You will be spending hours crocheting or knitting for a sweet child. So using quality materials really makes sense. Here are the advantages of this yarn that make it my confident best choice.
Marly Bird has a new knit-along! Together we’ll be making this gorgeous Garter Stitch Shawl. The shawl has a written pattern plus a great video tutorial from Marly for each section. Below is the list of supplies, the schedule, the links to the instructions, and information about giveaways. The KAL started on March 30, 2016 and the final video will be posted on April 20. If you are joining us later, the pattern and videos will remain up. Keep reading to learn the supplies, schedule, and our giveaways.
We just added 10 new print colors of Red Heart Scrubby yarn and our designers have come up with new projects that are quick to make and special enough to give as gifts. I especially like the Waves color mix in blues for my own bath and the Zesty or Marble for my kitchen. Take a look at this array of color swatches and choose the ones you’d like for your home and others to give as gifts.