Use this fun knitting pattern for kids to create a pair of fur cuffs. These fur cuffs can be worn on the wrist or used as boot inserts to keep kids warm and stylish through the winter.
Put the finishing touch on any room with this knitted striped throw and matching rug. This knitting project is a quick and easy way to add your own creative flair to your home.
Crocheting and knitting isn't just for fun, it helps release stress too! Read my story about how I learned about knitting and crochet through a special knit and crochet tote.
Your living room or bedroom are great places to show off these Country Sunrise Pillows. This easy pattern features button closures for easy washability and a nice tailored touch. A bright yarn helps these pillows give any room in your home a nice punch of color.
This free knit pattern calls for knitting needles along with two double pointed needles to make an i-cord. This is a great green craft to recycle old yarn you have laying around. Just one ball of yarn can create two headbands.
You cannot knit or crochet from an unwound pile of yarn. To easily make a center-pull ball of yarn without a ball winder or any special equipment, follow these instructions.
Knit this hot water bottle cover during the winter months. It's shaped like a cute mitten and it will keep you nice and warm. DK yarn is used for a fabulous free knitting pattern.
Finger knitting is done without needles and is a great way to introduce children to knitting. With their new skill, kids can make scarves, headbands, and toys. The basic concept of knitting is grasped before kids every pick up a knitting needle!
Knit a cute, striped cover for a floor pillow to match the decor in your room.
Give little knit strawberries as ornaments, use as table decoration or knit as an addition to a child's play kitchen. These little strawberries would make great embellishments for gift bags or even totes.