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An hour or two in front of the tv is all it takes to work up this handy little cozy that lets you enjoy hot drinks in your favorite mason jar without burning your fingers off.continue reading "Crocheted mason jar cozy"
Learn how to use Photoshop’s hue blend mode to easily change the color of an object in an image.continue reading "Rosey. Or, Photoshop’s hue blend mode."
The knitting is complete, so today we’ll wrap things up by talking about finishing: weaving in ends, sewing on buttons, blocking, etc.continue reading "Everyday Cardigan KAL: finishing up!"
Woo hoo! After this sleeve, the knitting is completely finished!continue reading "Everyday Cardigan KAL: the other sleeve"
Today, we’ll do one last increase row, and then embark on what may be the most boring part of the whole project. Sounds like fun, right?continue reading "Everyday Cardigan KAL: Underarm increases and more of the body"
At this point you should be finished with the yoke and ready to take the sleeve stitches off of the needle. We’ll do that this week, as well as begin the first two inches of the body.continue reading "Everyday Cardigan KAL: Separating sleeves and starting the body"
This week we finish the yoke, and for those knitting a cap sleeve variation, I show you how to set up your stitches in preparation for binding off the sleeves.continue reading "Everyday Cardigan KAL: Yoke part 2"
Time to start knitting the Everyday Cardigan! This week, we’ll be casting on, knitting the seed stitch collar, doing some stockinette rows, and some ribbing rows.continue reading "Everyday Cardigan KAL: Yoke part 1"
This week in our Everyday Cardigan KAL, it’s all about preparation: taking measurements, choosing a size, and making a gauge swatchcontinue reading "Everyday Cardigan KAL: Getting Started"
Sometimes a technique doesn’t go as planned. And sometimes you press on anyway, and end up with something different but better! Here’s how I made my green rustic buttons.continue reading "How to make rustic buttons even when it all goes horribly wrong"