Need an absolutely adorable Easter amigurumi project? Well, look no more! These cute projects will be sure to please everybunny. You’ll find quick and simple patterns as well as more detailed projects to make for your friends and family this Easter season.
Easter snuck up on me this year….again.
It seemed like winter lasted for a very long time, but all of sudden the flowers are blooming, the grass is green and the sun is shining. And I couldn’t be happier.
wanted needed something I could whip up quickly and I found so many absolutely adorable patterns and of course, I wanted to share them with you.
Most of these projects are super simple and work up really quickly, but I couldn’t help sharing one that will take a little more time. I think you will agree with me that it HAD to be included. I mean, have you ever seen a cuter Easter Bunny Gnome before?
Add an Easter themed Amigurumi Adoption Kit to all of your handmade toy gifts this spring. Each kit contains a printable adoption certificate, matching gift tags, a Keepsake Letter template and three Easter themed greeting cards.
With the brand new Amigurumi Adoption Kit for Easter, you will be able to create a gift giving experience that you can tuck right into that Easter basket. (Right next to those delicious Cadbury Eggs….yummy).
Whether you’ve crocheted an adorable bunny rabbit or knit a little yellow chick, you’ve made a keepsake and it deserves to be presented as such.
In this craft tote review, you will find an honest opinion about the Mollie Ollie Caddy. Is it good for crafters? How much yarn will it fit? It is sturdy and well made? Find the answers to all of these questions and get your 10% off coupon before it’s gone.
It’s a known fact that crocheters love craft totes and project bags. And I am no exception to that rule.
We love toting around our projects in cute bags and caddies.
But craft totes can’t just be cute for us serious crocheters and knitters, they must be functional and well made.
When a planned hospital stay turned into an unexpected health emergency, crochet & knitting became my therapy. Find the projects that helped me cope during an incredibly stressful time.
We knew that our son was going to be in the hospital for about a week.
What we didn’t know was that within 48 hours he would be transferred from the epilepsy monitoring unit to the cardiac floor at Duke University Hospital.
Having two crafting projects to work on helped me stay calm when everything was anything but.
There are a lot of FREE Granny Square Patterns on the internet, but these are the absolute best (in my humble opinion). Find links to each one of these beautiful crochet patterns and be inspired to start your next project.
Who doesn’t love a free crochet pattern? I know I do.
The trouble is that there are a lot of free patterns out there on the interwebs, as the kids would say, but not all of them are exactly what you’re looking for.
But when I want to find a new project, I need something that inspires me and I believe each one of these seven FREE granny square patterns checks all the boxes.
Choosing yarn colors online can be a daunting task. In How to Choose the Perfect Yarn Colors Online you will find helpful tips when shopping for your next project. Find the best color combinations with these free online tools from the comforts of your very own home.
I found the perfect Christmas gift for my mother who is brand new to crocheting.
She is enjoying learning all the basic stitches and I’m quite impressed because she is defying the old adage, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” She’s seventy-two and not afraid to tackle something totally unfamiliar.
I hope I’m like that at her age.
A Super Simple Yarn Organization strategy is crucial for keeping up with your stash. After this post you will find great tips, a yarn weight chart/catalog and free printable yarn labels. You’ll also learn what to do when you don’t know the weight of your yarn.
We all have yarn…. most of us have a little too much to be more exact.
The problem really isn’t in the amount, but in the way we manage it all.
Early on I wanted a yarn organization system that was pretty. I wanted to see beautifully color coordinated shelves packed with gorgeous yarn.
Then I got real.
That’s when I began looking for a method that was
a little a lot more practical. Finally, I created a simple system that works for me and hopefully it will work well for you as well.
The Cottage Christmas Toy Blanket is a timeless keepsake for any handmade (or store-bought) toy. You will find all the information you need in this FREE crochet pattern and video. You can customize the size to make it bigger or smaller for your specific needs.
What could be better than granny squares?
Christmas colored granny squares, that’s what.
I’m a traditionalist at heart. So nothing feels more festive than the combination of the colors red, green and white.
And if this holiday season finds you making handmade toys, adding the Cottage Christmas Toy Blanket is a lovely accessory.
You may be wondering how much does a small crafting YouTube channel make. I’m sharing what I’ve actually earned (and learned) in the six months since I got officially monetized.
When I became officially monetized on YouTube six months ago I wasn’t sure what to expect.
Was I going to suddenly be a millionaire? When would I get my first paycheck? How often would I be paid? Would I wake up to paparazzi sitting outside my front door?
While YouTube’s Creator Studio is a wealth of information, it can be hard to navigate through the plethora of articles and videos. And sometimes it’s just fun to be nosey.
In this post I’m going to share my own experience, how much I’ve made and a few surprising things that happened along the way.
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I’ve got good news and bad news.
I’m a bad-news-first sort of gal so I’m going to give that to you first.
The bad news is that we only have fifty-six days until Christmas.
But the good news is that we have fifty-six whole days until Christmas!
If you’re making handmade gifts for the holidays that’s plenty of time to get some presents knocked out. But one thing I know for sure is that you’re going to need a plan.