Knit up these adorable sibling hats in any different combination and any of your 5 sizes from baby to child with this fun knitting pattern!
The Monogram Hat knitting pattern includes instructions to knit up an adorable monogrammed baby hat with any letter from A to Z or any number from 0 to 9!
Learn how to find, format and print old newspapers to give as gifts or use in craft projects!
Learn how to k2togtbl (knit two together through back loops), a type of decrease stitch, with this knitting video tutorial! What is k2togtbl? K2togtbl is a left-leaning decrease in knitting and although it is a less commonly used stitch, it’s still important to learn how to do. It is similar to the basic k2tog stitch except that you work it… View Post
Knit up this cute baby carrot hat knitting pattern, your little baby carrot or toddler carrot will be the cutest veggie in the garden!
Make adorable fabric pumpkins in just about 5 minutes, they’re perfect farmhouse fall decor and are so fun you’ll want to make a whole pumpkin patch full!
Learn how to knit an SSK stitch (Slip, Slip, Knit), a single left leaning decrease, with this easy video and step by step photo tutorial!
Knit up this cute little punkin hat for your Halloween punkin, it has a row of cute little orange pumpkins on the back!
If your little one loves butterflies then they’ll love to wear this adorable DIY butterfly costume, it looks just like a beautiful butterfly garden!
Learn how to knit two stitches together (k2tog) with this knitting video and step by step photo tutorial!
Knit up this adorable Trick or Treat hat for your baby or toddler to wear on Halloween night! You’ll definitely get a chuckle when you ring the doorbell!
Play a fun game of Halloween Bingo and enjoy this Halloween bingo printable for your class parties!
Learn how to knit a yarn over between both knit stitches and purl stitches with these two video tutorials!
Knit some adorable little pumpkins to decorate your home for fall with this fast and easy pumpkin knitting pattern!
Learn which types of craft paints you should use for your next crafty project. Using the right kind of paint can mean the difference between a craft win and craft fail!