Hi! I'm Lindsey, the designer behind Poetry in Yarn. In addition to being a crochet and knit designer, I'm also a technical editor and math teacher.
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Book: Dress-to-Impress Knitted Scarves: 24 Extraordinary Designs for Cowls, Kerchiefs, Infinity Loops & More Author: Pam Powers Publisher: Stackpole Books Sometimes you need a project that will be quick, giving you nearly immediate satisfaction, and just look stunning. Dress-to-Impress Knitted … Continue reading
Looking back at 2014…. 1 Crochet-a-long for Autumn Leaves Shawlette. More than 20 prizes and giveaways. 10 new patterns in the Poetry in Yarn pattern line.
Day 7 and we’re giving away TWO Tunisian crochet books: One lucky winner will get signed copies of Get Hooked on Tunisian Crochet: Learn How with 13 Projects and Tunisian Crochet Encore: New Stitches, New Techniques, New Patterns a Rafflecopter … Continue reading
ChiaoGoo Limited Edition Blue Flower Knitting Needles – Size 10 (6mm) Quick! You’ve only got 24hrs to enter! a Rafflecopter giveaway
There won’t be a Saturday giveaway so today we’re going to have two prizes, one each for two different winners! Prize 1: A signed copy of Susan Lowman’s Jewelry to Crochet (Annie’s Crochet) crochet pattern book. Prize 2: Spry Twist … Continue reading
When Sarah Wilson, aka The Sexy Knitter, had a photo caption contest, my submission won. Now the photo + caption is gracing the cover of one of her December exclusive tool tins. Sarah was kind enough to send me a … Continue reading
I knit, crochet, sew, and embroider. Most people would categorize these crafts as traditional, domestic, and feminine, and your general assumption (no matter how enlightened you are) is probably going to be that someone engaging in these projects is female. … Continue reading
We went to visit relatives for Thanksgiving. 16 hrs in the car each way. While I stocked up on dvds and audiobooks for the kids, I knew I would need a knitting project to help keep my sanity. After hunting … Continue reading
Ah, the day after Thanksgiving. I can practically hear the beginning strains of the William Tell Overture as people prepare to converge on their local shopping centers. If you’re shopping for yourself, or for a fellow knitter and crocheter, feel … Continue reading