When I saw this glow in the dark yarn from Lionbrand (DIY Glow), I was inspired! Then when my son saw it - he loved it! It charges up super fast and glows like crazy. We sat down and designed a sweater together that he loves! Check out the pattern on my patterns page. Child sized from 6 to 12.
Just a couple of quick edits have been made to the Crewmate pattern.
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First, you can make a hat for your Among Us Crewmate (see below). Now you can knit one for yourself!! This hat is knit flat with an intarsia visor. There is a optional leaf decoration you can also put on top. It's a fun way to keep warm in the winter representing your favorite video game!
Hot off the needles! You have the Crewmate - now you need a hat! This knitting pattern includes 5 of the most popular hats in the game. Santa hat, Party hat, Sticky Note, Flower and Cherry are all included. Knit them all! When you change your hat in the game, you can also change it in real life. (If you need a Crewmate for your new hat, check out my crewmate pattern on the Patterns page.).
Join the Among Us craze and knit yourself a crewmate! This one is for my daughter, her crewmate is yellow with a leaf hat She was so happy to have her very own crewmate! Hopefully, he will help her get all her tasks done and avoid the Imposter! Check out my patterns page to make your own!
It's pumpkin time!! This is a quick knit that is great for a gift! Take an hour and have a pumpkin. This cute one is knit in the round using ribbing to give more definition. I-cord is used for the stem. Knit a bunch and you'll have your very own pumpkin patch. All that is needed next is the Great Pumpkin on Halloween night!
Check out the pattern on the patterns page!
There is a typo in the materials section of the Hurry Up Spring Shawl pattern. The Anzula Squishy Skeinettes in Ocean Blues has 8 skeinettes instead of 5. The original pattern has 5 skeinettes listed incorrectly. So sorry for any inconvience!
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Winter just never seems to end! After the snow has fallen, it turns grey every day. The snow melts and all we have left is bare trees, brown grass, and grey skies. I like to knit while I think about sunny days and bright colors!
This shawl is my way to bring on those wonderful sunny days. Knitting with the bright colors of Anzula Squishy Skeinettes Chain in Ocean Blues is a great way to get ready for the warm days that are coming soon! The bright colors are bound to get rid of these dark days and bring on the sun!
Check out my new pattern on the Patterns page!
You know those wonderful crisp days when all you want to do is take a long walk in the woods to get lost? Or go antiquing at your favorite flea market? So, you grab your grandma’s sweater and head out. This jacket reminds me of my grandma’s. It was a beautiful cable knit that has survived in my family for over 70 years. My grandma Ebba was a world class knitter and amazing woman. She lived in Northern Minnesota and my days were spent getting lost on the north shore of Lake Superior. You would need a jacket most days on the shore since it is a bit chilly with the wind off the lake.
This is my twist on her sweater. It is comfy and cozy with a bit of a modern spin. It is knit cuff to cuff (with a cute little thumb hole) in one piece. The jacket is knit in the reverse stockinette to show off the beauty of the “wrong side”. The large neckline can be worn in several ways to suit your fancy. It is designed for the sleeves to be snug and loose everywhere else so that you can snuggle up in this jacket!