Welcome, yarn geeks! Today, we embark on a year-long journey of reflection, self care, and
Hey fam! Apologies for disappearing from the yarn-o-sphere! I’m going to keep this update short. I’ve recently embarked on a journey to get an ADHD diagnosis. A friend of mine has been on a similar journey this year, and learning
As soon as I started seeing all of the Bernie/mittens memes after the inauguration, I knew I had to “come out of retirement” as it were just so that I could make my own Bernie doll.
To help you out, I’ve created a handy little chart that compares yarn colors across seven different lines of yarn.
Recap: 2015-2019 With 2020 just around the corner, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking
I’m sure you’ve probably noticed, but I haven’t really been around very much these last
The short version of this post: I’ve decided to cancel the weekly schedule for GABMAL pattern releases.
When I was making the initial plans for this blanket, I watched my way through the BBC sci-fi series Merlin. I instantly fell in love! I knew that I had to integrate some aspect of this series into my blanket, so I decided to make the letter E square E for Excalibur!
Now you can make your own Skaro resident for your Geek Alphabet Blanket!
This week, we’re making the C for The Crown square! This square features a representation of the Imperial State Crown as worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II, portrayed thus far by Claire Foy (soon to be portrayed by Olivia Colman) in the Netflix original series The Crown.
On this day in 1966, Star Trek: The Original Series first premiered on television. I’d like to claim that this is the real reason the Borg square for GAMBAL is being shared today, but alas, this was purely a coincidence!
This is a great square to start with if you’re new to double-knitting as the design isn’t super challenging, and it’s a very satisfying design to watch come together!
Happy #geekprideday, fam!
To celebrate this supreme day of geeky glory, I wanted to share with you my 5 favorite geeky patterns, most of which are available here at Two Hearts Crochet for FREE!
In this post, Helen discusses three different hand-sewing techniques that you can try out on your next graphghan project. You can read more about these techniques in her post below!
I’m looking forward to a fresh start and I hope this post inspires you to take a time out for yourself and practice some self-care!