October 21 & 22, 2017
October 22, 2017
Nearly Every Weekend
Make your own tree bling from fallen branches.
Too often we’re left with mountains of little balls of sock yarn. Here’s a nice and easy way to use...
Shortly after I learned how to knit I read about how one could recycle a sweater for the yarn. Sweet!...
A common problem when working from the stash, is having only a small amount of each type of fiber left....
One of the things that many experienced yarnies take for granted is how to know what hook or needles to...
Crewel is a great way to use those last bits, and to me it's a family tradition. Going back to...
There times we need are fingers, say when we're turning compost piles, taking pictures, or drawing sketches of squirrels running...
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