These wrist warmers are super easy and knit up quickly - perfect for making for yourself of gifting to others! Easy Ribbed Wrist Warmers Supplies: 4.5 mm circular needles (US size 7) worsted weight yarn stitch markers stitch holders or scrap of yarn darning needle for weaving in ends Make 2 (I highly recommend knitting... Continue Reading →
After my previous attempt to knit a hat for my husband, I wanted to do something different for his manly hat. His coat is grey and orange, and I happened to have both colors left in my yarn stash. I don't like knitting two of the same item. It becomes monotonous for me. I wanted... Continue Reading →
I've always loved the cute little berry hats for babies and toddlers, but not having any mad knitting skills, they were beyond my grasp. Now that I knit, I could finally make one while knitting hats for the holidays. My toddler loves her hat and matching mittens. When she outgrows it, I may make a... Continue Reading →
I have been knitting hats for my family and wanted to add mittens to go with them. For my first attempt, I decided to make some thumbless mittens for my one year old. The mitten string was becoming a bit monotonous.
I knitted this little gecko, thinking I would put it away as a stocking stuffer for my four year old. Instead, my one year old fell in love with it. She keeps asking for it, as she loves to kiss it. It's currently in the bag of things I've been kitting, and she knows exactly where... Continue Reading →
I recently hosted a Mama Blessing for a friend. I firmly believe that every baby should be celebrated. I'm not really into a lot of ritual, and thankfully, neither is my friend. It took a lot of the pressure off of hosting and I was able to adapt a couple of typical mama blessing activities.... Continue Reading →
Earlier this year, when I was reaquainting myself with my knitting needles, I came across the Nugget Bunny pattern from Danger Crafts. It's free and adorably snuggly. I thought these would make perfect Ostara gifts for my children while being a nice introduction to cable knitting and magic loop for myself. Originally I had planned... Continue Reading →
The idea of knitting has been a romantic one for me. I so often see others knitting, relaxed and calm in their craft. The reality for me, however, was nothing of the sort. I first tried knitting when my oldest was three years old. I wanted to learn how to knit in case he wanted... Continue Reading →