Hdc headband

Quickest headband ever!!! No seriously! Any yarn. Any hook. Any width. And length! The only thing you don't need a lot of is time! Here we go! Psssst. I used red heart super saver in Sage. And a 5.5mm hook. To get width: ch17(more or less depending on personal preference) 1.) hdc in 2nd ch... Continue Reading →

Timeless Turban

It's been years but I'm back with another addition to my Robertson Ridge Technique series! A series I started when I came up with a neat way to add dimension and stiffness to mostly vintage themed patterns! I've linked those below for you! Now on to the newest member of the group! The Timeless Turban.... Continue Reading →

Twilight Mermaid Crown

The wonderful folks over at Red Heart sent me some yarn in the mail to review!  As soon as it came to my door my head flooded with ideas!  My go to yarn is always their worsted weight brands, but this time I was determined to branch out and try new things! This gorgeous Red... Continue Reading →

Day 2

All Grown up Striped Slouch Hat by Tamara Kelly on MooglyBlog . The FREE pattern can be found HERE. I used My favorite Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in my fav three colors of course. This hat took me just one afternoon to make. I really recommend this Great pattern!!! It looks complicated but it... Continue Reading →

Mongolian Tundra Cowl

Sometimes I just walk by a yarn and inspiration happens! That happened the last time I poked my head in Michaels. They teamed up with my favorite designer Isaac Mizrahi to make a line of yarn! I went with the heavy duty Sutton inspired yarn. Used s little under four balls of it. Its warm... Continue Reading →

Elflet cap/beanie

It's getting colder. Fall is here! It's definitely beanie weather right this very moment. I just recently dealt with some major wool shrinkage. It resulted in a beanie causality. I really wanted to try writing a pattern of my own instead this time. I also wanted a more form fitting and dainty hat as opposed... Continue Reading →

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