Today, I’m sharing a guest post from Jeris of the wonderfully nerdy blog Fandom Knitting + Crochet. Jeris is multi-talented and a fellow Potterhead, and she’s put together a fantastic guest post that’s all about yarns for fandoms!
I’ve finally designed a collection of Disney princess to go with it, and they turned out amazing. I designed these Disney Prince graphs as a guest post on the Fandom Knitting + Crochet blog, and it was so much fun!
I’ve broken down the entire graphghan-making process into five small steps. By following these steps in order, you’ll be able to easily work your way through the process of designing and actually crocheting your own graphghan. And the best part? These five steps work for any crocheted graph project!
In case you didn’t know, “totes magotes” is slang for “awesome”, “sweet”, or “right on”. It’s also one of my favorite phrases at the moment.
I’ve never been more proud of anything than I am of this Graphghan Boot Camp ecourse. In fact, I love this course so much that I’m giving away TWO free spots in the class!
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the CGOA 2018 conference, but I must say that the true gem of this trip was just simply wandering around the beautiful Rose City itself.
Something fun is on the horizon…it’s the Marine Life CAL!
This summer cardigan will be a free pattern right here on the blog. It’s one-size-fits-many, but I’ll include instructions on how to size it to fit anybody you wish!
Sometimes you just need a comfy, cuddy pillow to curl up with after a long day (week, month, year–whatever). Bonus points if it’s something cute to have in your home, right?
Well friends, I’ve got just the thing: it’s my latest finished project, the Hedgehog Pillow!
I was so excited when I learned that Jodi Whittaker had been cast as the 13th Doctor, and I knew I had to design a graph specifically for her Doctor (including that crazy awesome outfit)!
I’ve been putting it off for a while, but I’m so happy to say that she’s finally here and officially a part of the new and improved Doctor Collection for the Whovian Graphghan.
In the third and final segment of the Amigurumi Basics series, I’m sharing my top 5 tips for making amigurumi dolls and critters.
Ready? Grab your favorite refreshing drink and let’s do this!
BIG NEWS, my friends…
The Amigurumi Crash Course is BACK!
In this post, I’m going to show you how I made my tassels. Whether you make them for the Kraken Shawl or for another project, this tutorial will show you how it’s done and hopefully give you some ideas for making your own!
Last week, I went on a much-needed vacation. It was supposed to be a restorative, exciting adventure trip with one of my best friends–a girls trip to NYC and Orlando, Florida. We were going to go sightseeing, eat some delicious food, visit some yarn shops, and visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Disney World. It was going to be amazing!
While it started out well, it quickly spiraled into an anxiety-ridden nightmare of a trip
To celebrate all of the good things that March brings (but especially National Crochet Month!), I’ve teamed up with the super-talented Angie from Harper Baby Shop to give one lucky follower a fantastic prize… It’s everything you’ll need in order to make your very own Kraken Shawl!