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  *This post contains affiliate links, meaning I am commissioned a few cents per skein of yarn if you purchase the yarn through the provided links.  This helps me keep this page going!   Here I’ve worked up my free… Continue Reading…

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  Many of us are wearing masks when out in public these days.  I can only speak for myself but I find the elastic on the homemade cloth masks to be very annoying to my ears, if not downright uncomfortable. … Continue Reading…

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Appreciation Gifts – Patterns and Finished Products!   I have a couple of patterns to share with you!  One is a freebie; the other will cost a few dollars but it’s as cute as can be so why not?  If… Continue Reading…

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  A knitted rainbow is always a good idea, but in today’s world people are hanging the colorful symbols of hope and joy in their windows to show solidarity and unity.  If you need a rainbow of your own, (don’t… Continue Reading…

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  As you know, I LOVE making hand knit stuffed animals.  Easter presents an opportunity to create so many lovely, colorful stuffed animals to fill baskets.  We’ve all got a bit a spare time on our hands as we stay… Continue Reading…

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Knitted Easter Peeps (Knit in the round)   Hello Everyone.  Since we all have more time on our hands and are hopefully staying home when at all possible, I’m offering a free pattern to help keep your hands busy.  I… Continue Reading…

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  Free Pattern:  Gnome for the Holidays   This free holiday gnome knitting pattern is quite easy and works up quickly knit flat but creates the most adorable knitted gnomes.  I’ve cobbled together a couple of my favorite gnome patterns… Continue Reading…

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This is the Brighten My Day Wrap by Red Heart Yarns.  It can now be found at Yarnspirations.  I’ll provide a link to the free pattern at the bottom of the post. I loved working this pattern up.  It knits… Continue Reading…

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As I mentioned in my previous post; I’ll be introducing my signature line of cowls, scarves and shawls this coming Fall.  I tried to hold out and not release anything else yet but I love this too much not to… Continue Reading…

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  It’s finally arrived!  My certificate for completion of Knit Level 1, Certified Knitting Instructor through the Craft Yarn Council’s Certified Instructor Program is here!  Onto Knit Level 2 now – Certified Knitting Teacher.  What’s the difference between instructor and… Continue Reading…