Don’t you just love this hat? Ruth Brasch says, “Ode to Summer is a very stretchy hat that features a textured lace stitch as well as a lace flower panel that covers 25% of the hat. This hat will fit snuggly on the head of the wearer, and is fantastic for children as it stretches with growth!”
:: Vanna’s Choice® comes in 71 different colorways. ::
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Compact enough to take anywhere, the Martha Stewart Crafts™ Knit & Weave Loom Kit makes knitting and weaving easy for both beginners and pros. Use the instructions that come with it to create scarves, hats, blankets, and crafts, or explore other possibilities on your own – we even put together a look book for you, see below. The best part? The Martha Stewart Crafts™ Knit & Weave Loom Kit is on sale for $29.95 for all of August – that’s a savings of 33%! (Please note, this price is for online sales only. Does not apply at retail locations.)
Below is collection of our most popular Martha Stewart Crafts patterns – enjoy!
|Our good friend and knitter-extraordinaire Kristy Glass, leader of the Glass Posse, spotted one of our newest and most popular summer sweaters — the Calypso Cardigan — and loved it for it’s amazing versatility. Made with Modern Baby®, Kristy shows you how to style it in a variety of ways and makes alternate color suggestions too … let’s hear from Kristy!|
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Inspired by stonework found in Dunfallandy, Perthshire, Scotland, designer Terry de Roulet created this gorgeous baby afghan which features cables that turn horizontally and meet – a seemingly impossibly feat!
Using Pound of Love®, she wanted to make a machine-washable heirloom baby blanket that baby fingers and toes couldn’t get trapped in and it looks like she succeeded:
Our newest bulky weight yarn is Scarfie, a soft and lofty wool blend yarn with enough yardage to knit or crochet a full length scarf – really, one ball is enough for one whole scarf which is very useful when you’re planning out gifts … which you’re doing, right?
While working with Scarfie, you’ll see a unique self-striping ombré effect emerge (ombré is everywhere!), with gradual shading from one color to the next. The ombré pattern is a sophisticated and tonal blend of solid and heathered hues.
You’ll adore working with Scarfie to knit and crochet stylish garments, accessories, afghans and of course, scarves!
|Crochet Effortless Hat & Cowl Set||One Ball Crocheted Scarfie||Crochet Diagonal Shaded Shawl|
|Crochet Pero Poncho||Knit Free Spirit Topper||Knit Neutral Slant Shawl|
|Knit Checkerboard Rib Scarf||Crochet Duo Tone Throw||Crochet Openwork Scarf|
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