This knit dishcloth pattern is an easy project for any level knitter. All you need is cotton yarn, needles and a basic knowledge of a few knitting terms. These knit dishcloths make wonderful gifts for anyone in your life!
I love to make knitted Christmas ornaments with leftover yarn from other projects. This knit mini Santa hat and knit Christmas tree ornament are quick and easy to make. The knitted Christmas ornaments can also be used to add a personal touch Christmas gift wrapping. Every year my[…]
These knit cable hats make great gifts for the teens and tweens on your list! They are quick and easy to make if you have basic knitting experience. I actually made several of these knit cabled hats a few years ago as gifts for the teen and[…]
I don’t usually knit much in the summer. It’s not exactly something you can take to the beach with you! But this year I have several friends due in October so I did manage to get a few small projects started and finished. One of my friends[…]
Five years ago I joined a Nativity Knit Along. The idea was to knit one nativity piece each month for a year and at the end of the year, I’d have a completed knit nativity. But life got in the way and the pieces I managed to knit[…]
A few weeks ago my dad arrived at our house with a shelving unit for our garage. After filling it full and realize we needed one a few more shelves, we headed to the hardware store… where we also found a 5 gallon bucket of mis-tinted paint for[…]
At the last minute (like 2-3 weeks before Christmas) I felt the need to knit a few Christmas and Hanukkah presents. Total insanity. I had nothing else pressing, so why not, right?! Mmm hmmm. I actually knit two of these headbands — the red one here and a[…]
About 2 weeks ago I decided to make fingerless mitts as gifts for a whole slew of people. I ended up knitting six pair total — all in different colors and yarns. The pattern is Fetching, which took the knitting world by storm about five years ago. I’m[…]
I made this newborn set as a baby gift for a friend to give. The hat is Roar by Tot Toppers and the mittens I just winged. I’m terrible at sewing on embellishments so the points were not as nice as I wanted! But it still works.