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Handi Stitch Lightweight Knitting Yarn Storage Bag, Tote Organizer, Knitting Bag, Yarn Holder with pockets/Protect and Store Yarn, Crochet Hooks, Needles and Wool - Knitting Tote Bag by Blue by Handi Stitch

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BetyBedy Large-eye Blunt Needles, Stainless Steel Yarn Knitting Needles, 9 Pieces Sewing Needles, Perfect for Finishing off Crochet Projects (Silver) by BetyBedy

  • 4. GOOD SELECTION OF NEEDLE SIZES: 3 x 5.2 cm/2.05 inch, 3 x 6 cm/...
  • 1. LARGE-EYE BLUNT NEEDLES: With extra large long eye, the...
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BetyBedy Large-eye Blunt Needles
Our large eye blunt needles are good for weaving in ends and sewing up seams on your knit and crochet projects.

From BetyBedy
Designer Brands, protected by the US trademark law.

Specifications:
Material: Stainlees steel
Head color: silver
The large eye blunt needles size: 3 x 5.2 cm/2.05 inch, 3 x 6 cm/ 2.37 inch, 3 x 7 cm/ 2.75 inch.

Features:
With extra large long eye, the stitching needles are easy to thread yarn through even without a threader.

Package includes:
3 x 5.2 cm/2.05 inch Large-eye blunt needles.
3 x 6 cm/ 2.37 inch Large-eye blunt needles.
3 x 7 cm/ 2.75 inch Large-eye blunt needles.
1 x Clear bottle.

Warning:
Please keep it away from your CHILDREN and PETS!

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Spinrite 164053-53043 Super Value Solid Yarn-Grey Ragg by Rakuten.com

BERNAT-Super Value Solid Yarn. Knitting worsted weight is the most popular weight for knitting and Bernat has an extensive shade range in the super value yarns which happen to be easy to care for and long wearing as well. Weight category: 4; 100% Acrylic; 7oz/197g; 382yd/350m. Gauge: 18st x 24r = 4in/10cm on size 8/5mm knitting needles and H8/5mm crochet hook. Care: machine wash; tumble dry; do not bleach; do not iron; do not dry clean. Imported. Item Height: 4.5 Item Width: 10 Item Depth: 4.5

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Spinrite 246088-88115 Astra Yarn Ombres-All That Boy by Rakuten.com

PATONS-Astra Yarn. Paton is right-on-trend with this yarn which is ideal for those casual fashions for the whole family. Weight category: 3. Solids: 100% acrylic, 1.75oz/50g, 161yd/147m. Variegated: 100% acrylic, 1.75oz/50g, 133yd/122m. Crystal: 89% acrylic/11% olefin, 1.75oz/50g, 161yds/147m. Gauge: 22 stitches x 28 rows = 4in (10cm) size 6/4mm knitting needles and on size F/3.75mm crochet hook. Care: machine wash, tumble dry, do not bleach, do not dry clean, do not iron. Imported.

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Designer Spotlight: Zihua Cardigan by Joann Rogers

The idea for Joann’s Zihua Cardigan came late last year, just before she went on vacation to a coastal village in Mexico. She packed plenty of Berroco Maya and knit the sample “in dappled shade under the mangrove trees on the beach. ” The cardigan, which she named in honor of the village, features long, overlapping fronts and a wide collar, detailed with a reversible chevron pattern. Joann used short-row shaping and a three-needle bind off at the shoulders. Joann donates profits from her pattern sales to charity. You can purchase her Zihua Cardigan on Ravelry and help in the fight against cancer. I wanted a big cozy cardigan that I could snuggle up in and wear pretty much all year round. I started playing around with reversible stitch patterns so the fronts could be worn draped open or closed and look terrific either way. How did you decide o n the yarn. I love Maya, it is one of my favorite yarns – the feel of it, the drape, the colors it comes in etc. What’s your favorite project you’ve ever made. One of my first self-published patterns, Ladder-Sleeve pullover, in Karma, ranks up there. It is a fast knit too so it was very gratifying. And I think it looks good on the young and not so young. If you could knit/crochet something for anyone in the world it would be…. The most appreciative knitting recipient in my world is my Mom. I have knit for her a lot. She is always asking if I can knit up something to go with a certain skirt or dress. I am so busy but have managed to knit her many things from purses to shawls to sweaters. So I better say my Mom so she can’t say, ‘But I’m your MOM, how could you not pick me. ’. What’s your favorite thing about knitting/crochet. The peace it brings me. I like to knit quietly, outside if possible, no music or TV. It is like meditation for me. Source: berroco design studio

Latest News

  • This Wes Andersony Crochet Graffiti Is Causing Extreme Bushwick Gentrification ...

    09/19/15 ,via Gothamist

    On Tuesday morning, Bushwick native Will Giron posted a picture on his Facebook wall of Brooklyn artist London Kaye installing a 15-foot crochet mural on the side of his family's building. Entitled "Moonshine Kingdom," it depicts Sam Shakusky from Wes

  • Artist Will Remove Bushwick Crochet Mural that Sparked Community Protest

    09/23/15 ,via Hyperallergic

    We spoke yesterday with Kaye, who has installed many yarn works across New York City and said that it was her decision to remove the piece. “I'm taking it down, actually, within the next couple of days,” Kaye said over the phone. “Oh yeah, it's not

  • 104-Year-Old 'Yarn Bomber' Spreads Her 'Graffiti' All Over Town

    09/25/15 ,via Huffington Post

    When you think of grandmas knitting -- you might think of them making sweaters for their little grandchildren or blankets to put in cribs. But this 104-year-old great-grandma is part of a group using their knitting and crocheting talents to brighten up

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Books

  • Creating Crochet Fabric

    Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.. 2015. ISBN: 1600593313,9781600593314. 143 pages.

    Provides detailed coverage of hook, yarn and stitch variables to explain how a variety of combinations can enable distinctive fabric patterns, sharing dozens of swatch examples and 15 practical projects. Original. Crafters Choice.

  • The Knitting and Crochet Bible

    David & Charles. 2008. ISBN: 9780715332801,0715332805. 320 pages.

    Learn how to knit and crochet like an expert with this ultimate start-to-finish handbook, packed with knitting patterns and crochet patterns - invaluable whatever your skill level. Basic techniques are thoroughly explained through clear artworks and easy-to-follow instructions, complete with advice on choosing your yarns, needles and crochet hooks. Inspiring designs add excitement to your needlecraft, whether it's knitted cables, fair isle and lace, or crochet motifs and embellishments. Over 45 original projects, from classic baby clothes to stylish scarves and hats, allow you to use your new skills straight away, while the extensive charted stitch libraries provide endless creative possibilities.

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  • String of Purls - Knit/Crochet Group

    10/03/15 ,via The Sandpaper

    Needle art lovers of all levels are invited to join the group to knit, crochet, embroider, crewel and needlepoint. For beginners, bring size 10 knitting needles and light-colored 4 ply worsted yarn. To crochet bring the same yarn and a size "I" crochet hook.

  • Cosy crochet a good fit for fall

    10/02/15 ,via North Shore News

    For the uninitiated, crochet is a handicraft in which a single needle with a small hook at the end is used to draw yarn through intertwined loops. It differs from knitting in its implements (knitting typically requires the use of two pointed needles ...

  • Where we worship in the Myrtle Beach area

    10/02/15 ,via Myrtle Beach Online

    ST. MICHAEL CATHOLIC CHURCH, 542 Cypress Ave., Murrells Inlet, prayer shawl ministry is in need of yarn and volunteers to knit and crochet shawls, baby blankets, lap robes, hats and scarves for the sick, homeless, and those in nursing homes or homebound.

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52-weeks of washcloths/dishcloths
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Doesn't look like much in this photo, but the piles are BIG! And this is just one of two piles. Phew! ___________________________________________________________________________ It all started out innocently enough. And I don't actually remember what sparked this madness, but I think, that since I was a relapsed knitter/crocheter from my college days, I now had a rekindled interest in knitting and crocheting and wanted to try out new stitch patterns on a small scale. Enter the washcloth/dishcloth. My first effort was a basket weave pattern in a cotton and linen blend, since it was the only yarn I had on hand that was at all suitable. It came out a lot bigger than I expected and was kinda wonky. I wasn't disappointed, just eager to learn what yarns were more appropriate, what cloth size and thickness I preferred, and to find new patterns to try. I then discovered the myriad sites on the web for dishcloth/washcloth patterns, AND the gorgeous ones on Ravelry, which led to the...
Debbie Scarf
Debbie Scarf
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