I made some cushy grips out of rainbow loom rubber bands last year. The ladies in my knitting and crochet group think they are great for helping to hold hooks and aiding longer crafting sessions.
I use Amazon’s Alexa to read books while knitting. Between BookBub, Amazon Prime, and Kindle Unlimited There’s always a good book for her to read as I stitch.
Another great one to add to my list. Thank you.
Working on this one right now. So pretty and quick. Thank you.
Thank you, for filling in the blanks. Found one through the link that could be closest to the one we did. Also see many more that I would like to try. Maybe it’s time to do another wreath themed tree with the Ravelry patterns....
I am searching for a crocheted wreath/pin pattern from the late 70s early 80s. It had 3 rounds and was rather puffy when complete. We used the rings from milk jugs as the base. The first round was single crochet. Unfortunately I can’t remember much about rounds 2 & 3 other than you chain 3 between stitches. Didn’t think I would ever forget that pattern because I made hundreds of them to decorate an entire tree that year, but the memory isn’t what it used to be...hoping there is enough information here for someone to recognize the pattern and fill in the blanks. Thank you. Happy Holidays to all!
Loomahat website free comfort doll pattern suggests: 5 rows for feet, 14 rows for legs, 12 rows for top, 10 rows for face,and 11 rows for hat/hair using 24 peg loom. Should also work for small 22 needle Addi.
Where did you find the deal on the Addi? I’m looking for one for a gift for a child.
Hope this is helpful.
Saw a video on YouTube where a mailbox was yarnbombed. They used yarn with a bit of stretch. Made the work slightly smaller than the object. Pulled tight when wrapping object to keep from sagging. Joined with slip stitches. Thought about using the idea for wrapping my walking cane for the holidays,but have to finish a couple other w.i.p. Beforehand. Food for thought....
Trying to decide between a mock dc, a lattice or a fan. Unless someone has a better suggestion.
An image of the Summer Stripes Beach Towel by Kathleen Stuart has captured my attention (see attached). I would like to machine knit something similar. According to Ravalry, the original crochet pattern was published in the June 2013 issue of Crochet World Magazine and needed 7,060 yards of worsted cotton yarn to complete. My newbie brain is questioning if I will need more, less, or about the same yardage when using my LK150? I have learned quite a bit from reading the KP posts and will greatfully accept and appreciate the wisdom you may give as I undertake this project. Thank you.