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[Note: if you tried to click the link to the class and got an error, please try again. I've fixed the problem. Sorry for any inconvenience!] A long long, time ago… [oops, I almost just launched into the first verse of American Pie!] I was given the opportunity to take Stefanie Japel‘s Knit Lab: Fit [...]continue reading "Fit Your Knits"
When Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark asked me to be a part of the blog tour for her Craftsy class, “The Seamless Artemisia Sweater,” I was happy to say yes. As you’ve undoubtedly heard me say before, I love Craftsy classes, and this particular class looked like it had the potential to teach me a few things. As [...]continue reading "The Seamless Artemisia Sweater"
Meet Harold. He’s the first critter I made as a result of Stacey Trock’s Design Your Own Amigurumi Monster class at Craftsy. He is, actually, based very closely on Stacey’s first pattern from the class. I took this class so that my kids could design monsters, and I could crochet them. We think we could [...]continue reading "Meet Harold"
My friend Linda Permann of Lindamade, Crochet Adorned, and Little Crochet fame, among many other things (remember Adorn magazine?) invited me to take her online Crochet Embellishments class at craftsy.com and let you all know what I think of it. Well, first let me say, hooray Linda!! I was so thrilled to get her invitation, that [...]continue reading "Crafty Crochet Embellishments"
I’ve been threatening to do this for at least three years, but I never got around to it until now. I guess the acquisition of Granny’s squares just pushed me over the proverbial edge. I’ve got this book on the way, I watched a few YouTube videos today, and then this evening I started Linda’s [...]continue reading "Learning to crochet"