This is a free knitting pattern for a simple bobble baby hat. The front and back are worked separately, then woven together across the top, and seamed at the sides. 2 i-cords are created and joined at the sides to create strings to tie under the chin. The pattern is super easy and quick (because it’s tiny!) and is good for a newborn or young baby.
This knit bow headband is a super simple and quick accessory you can whip up in a few hours. A great project for beginners. It uses just a minimal amount of yarn and is perfect for stash-busting. It uses less than a skein of worsted weight yarn or US #8 needles — though gauge isn’t super critical, depending on the size bow you want to make.
We are now carrying complete DIY kits to make your projects. Each kit comes with the materials to make your own accessory or garment. Our knit kits come with yarn and any necessary accessories (like ribbons or closures), and our sewing DIY kits come with fabric, thread, and any notions needed like zippers or elastic.
I have searched for the perfect knitting needle storage solution, and not finding anything that was customizable to my selection of different needles and crochet hooks, I created my own binder. This works well because you can tailor it to fit whatever you have: circular needles, DPNs, straight needles, crochet hooks, and knitting supplies.
Pockets for all! I’m obsessed with pockets and think every dress, skirt or pair of pants should have them. This …
This sewing tutorial will show you how to make your own quilted fabric. This can be handy when you’re …
This sewing pattern shows you how to make an adorable and quirky chicken potholder. The hotpad is vintage-inspired, and uses quilted fabric to give it a lush padding. The potholder is as functional as it is cute. Whip up one for your own kitchen, or make one as a hostess gift for your next dinner party!
The reversible apron pattern was featured over at theFabrics-Store blog! I guest posted a tutorial version of the apron, made in the beautiful mustard yellow linen fabric. I’m in love with this fabric! I’ve been making this apron for years in cotton, and this is by far the loveliest one I’ve ever made. The linen gives beautiful structure, makes lovely ruffles, and is easy to care for (just throw it in the wash!)