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Free Pattern Friday – Porthole Cowl

My friends, winter is showing no signs of letting up, even here in North Carolina. We were blasted with 5-6″ of snow the other day. If you’re from a northern state as I am, that may not seem like much. But in the south it is a significant amount and is cause for much celebration … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Porthole Cowl

Friday, January 19th @ 4PM

Free Pattern – Behemoth Scarf

Sometimes we have a free pattern that slips under the radar, since we’re so eager to share it that we can’t wait for a Free Pattern Friday.  That’s the case with the crocheted Behemoth Scarf in Revolutions. (Pattern link here). Published at the end of the year, the holiday rush meant that this generously-sized scarf … Continue reading Free Pattern – Behemoth Scarf

Monday, January 15th @ 3PM

Free Pattern Friday – Hanasaku Cowl (Crochet)

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, it’s the crochet version of the Hanasaku Cowl, in Classic Shades Frenzy and Bamboo Bloom Handpaints (pattern link here). We had a lot of requests for this!  The original knitted Hanasaku Cowl (free from your  LYS or for sale via Ravelry) was a very popular design, so it’s only fair … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Hanasaku Cowl (Crochet)

Friday, January 12th @ 4PM

Free Pattern Friday – Kenan’s Hoodie

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, Kenan’s Hoodie in Deluxe Worsted Tweed superwash (pattern link). Everybody say hi to Yonca! Yonca is our Sales Manager, and an excellent knitter and crocheter.  That’s her, sporting the Lace Leaf Pullover that she modified from the free Lace Leaf Cardigan in Garden 10. Yonca’s kids are off at college, … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Kenan’s Hoodie

Friday, January 5th @ 5PM
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Uptown DK is BY FAR my fave acrylic. It’s great for decorative kid items that need to be washable. Easy to knit with, just untwists a little with cast-ons and rip-outs. That’s a nitpicky little thing on such a great yarn at this price point.


Dona is truly a lovely yarn. Very, very, very soft and buttery. Perfect for baby items, as it is machine washable too.