Hi, my fabulous fiber friend!
We have a gorgeous new sweater pattern for you:
This beautiful and comfy pullover pattern was designed for you by Emily Walton and it’s an intermediate level pattern. Nothing too complex.
Happy day! It’s time for another gorgeous HUGE yarn giveaway!
Take a gaze at these lovelies and make sure to enter.
And that’s it!
-Worldwide entries welcome
-After entering, click BRING YOUR FRIENDS and if/when they sign up, you’ll get more entries. Woop!
-Danielle Wright won last month’s giveaway! Congrats, Danielle!
Alright, I will shush now so you can enter and drool over all these luxurious, beautiful, hand-dyed skeins!
Hey, my lovely!
Have you ever gotten a skein of gorgeous hand-dyed yarn only to be unable to re-twist it properly?
Well, you are in luck! Today I am showing how to re-twist your hank! Woop woop!
Grab a skein of yarn and let’s get started!
This is a super handy technique to know if you’ll be buying any amount of hand-dyed yarn, so you can keep your skeins nice and tidy on the shelf.
Leave your skeins in the twisted hank format until you are ready to cast on your project. Then you’ll need to wind them into balls before beginning. […]
I love the Japanese call and response that takes place when someone returns home at the end of the day. If someone else is already at home, they usually greet the returnee with the phrase, “okaerinasai,” or just “okaeri,” which is usually translated as “welcome home,” or “welcome back.” The returnee answers with, “tadaima,” which usually translates as “I’m home,” or “I’m back.” It doesn’t have quite the same ring to it in English, but I love the sentiment. I named this pattern Tadaima because, to me, wearing it is like being greeted upon returning home at […]