Imogen rolled the crochet hook between her thumb and forefinger, chewing the inside of her cheek. Her grandmother’s stitches were so precise, so intentional; she couldn’t help but worry her clumsy fingers would ruin them.
Every October, I buy multiple bags of tiny pumpkins from the grocery store to decorate my house. It’s gorgeous, but it’s also food waste, because by the time November rolls around, they’re pretty rotted and molded and they go straight into the compost bin. So, this year, I thought I’d try something new. Crochet pumpkins….
I love to read, cozy under an afghan or throw. And I love to crochet. So, it only makes sense to combine the two hobbies, right?
Granny squares to hang on the wall
The Nightmare Before Christmas may have some excellent Halloween-vibes, but to me, it’s first and foremost a Christmas movie. Call me neurotic, but I won’t watch it in October. Come November, though, it’s the perfect way to transition. I think of it as a farewell to the Halloween season, and a welcoming of the next…
I made a Poinsettia ornament, using the same pattern I used for my Candy Corn Pinwheel back in October. It came out great!
Ideas for DIY Christmas tree decorations
Yarn is my Kryptonite.
My review of the We Are Knitters (WAK) Petite Wool Yarn.
Today, I thought I’d share the pattern I used to create this pumpkin hat
a warm, easy, and versatile crochet shawl pattern