January 27th, 2016
A crochet-along is a virtual event, where all the participants make the same project together. Follow along with crochet-along host Kristy Glass of the Glass Posse here on the blog and share your comments and photos. There’s no need to sign up, and it’s free to join! (New to crochet-alongs? Check out our guide here.)
Votes must be cast by 12:00 midnight EST Sunday, February 7th. You must click on the photo you like to cast your vote; comments here on the blog do NOT count as votes. The winning pattern will be announced here on the blog on Wednesday, February 10th — we’ll also give you details on picking up your supplies and getting started on the project!
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January 26th, 2016
‘Tis the season for Wool-Ease® Thick & Quick®! This yarn has always been a fan favorite, and we think it’s safe to say that the Hudson Bay colorway is the reigning skein this season!
We spotted this sweet matching set over on Repeat Crafter Me:
Blogger Sarah Zimmerman offers patterns for multiple sizes, from baby to adult! With 4 classic colors blending into neutral cream, these mitts will go with just about any winter wear. Top the hat off with a large pom-pom to add some fun!
January 25th, 2016
Grab your pencils, markers, and crayons – it’s time to color again!
January 22nd, 2016
Here is the latest installment of Lola, from its creator Todd Clark.
|Knit Colorwork Leg Warmers And Hat
— Made with LB Collection® Superwash Merino
|Knit Prince Street Leg Warmers
— Made with Tweed Stripes®
|Sassy Stripes Leg Warmer Trio
— Made with Modern Baby®
For more great pet patterns, visit PatternFinder.
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January 21st, 2016
We had a blast at Vogue Knitting Live here in New York City!
#VKLive saw the debut of one of Lion Brand Yarn Studio’s most magnificent window displays — the Fruit Stand! Lion Brand president David Blumenthal has always envisioned a fruit stand display and the result is a cornucopia of yarncrafting. Fans who stopped by couldn’t stop marveling at the details, which included hand-felted apples, amigurumi vegetables and an ingenious use of textures!
|Color Clouds||LB Collection® Wool||24/7 Cotton|
That’s a wrap for us at Vogue Knitting Live. We can’t wait to see where we’ll end up next!