Free Crochet Pattern: Premie Hat

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This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small amount if you make a purchase using this link. Thanks for helping to support a fellow crafter. This is a repost of a blog post I wrote back in 2009 with a free crochet pattern for a premie hat. Enjoy! At this year’s CGOA Professional Development Day we had the chance to make items for Knit for Needs, a charity that distributes knitted and crocheted items to those in need across the United States. Lion Brand provided a variety of yarn for us to work with. I …

New Knitting Pattern Collection! Poetry in Yarn Goes to Rhinebeck

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This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small amount if you make a purchase using this link. Thanks for helping to support a fellow crafter. Fall is the time for fiber festivals, and even if you missed the New York Sheep and Wool Festival, you can still capture the spirit with these new patterns. Knitter’s Reversible Scarf Besides being reversible and having a keyhole (so it’ll say secure), the i-cord edging on this is so easy you won’t believe it. It gives it a lovely finished look. Beyond Basketweave Fingerless Gloves I love mimicking the …

Tips for Knitting with Beads and Lavishea

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This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small amount if you make a purchase using this link. Thanks for helping to support a fellow crafter. One of my most recent projects has been a beaded knit hat. When working with beads I need something to spill them out into- the tubes they come in are too narrow to be able to get the beads out easily. I used the lid to my Lavishea lotion bar tin. It worked really well. I decided I wanted to add beads to the hat as I went instead of …

Finished Project Photo & One Awesome Crocheter

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This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small amount if you make a purchase using this link. Thanks for helping to support a fellow crafter. There are certain parts of designing that I love, like coming up with a new idea and finishing a project. However, I think the coolest part is seeing finished project photos of items other people have made from my designs. When Barbara tweeted her photo of a finished Ridged Whirl Hat, I got more than just the usual warm, fuzzy feeling though- I got a life lesson. What really amazed …