If you are passionate about chevron then this blanket is for you! It features lots of texture and style. Worked in bulky weight yarn it works up quickly.
Hello and welcome to Session two of Learn to Crochet with RTC Getting Started! Today we will learn all about yarn!
I, like so many others, really enjoy using Caron Cakes Yarn. For these two patterns you’ll only need one!
Every once in a while we experience these moments in time when we are caught off guard and surprised.
Introducing the At the Woods Slouch Hat, a free crochet pattern!
There is something really peaceful about the forest in the Wintertime. Maybe it’s because many of the birds have taken off to warmer climates, maybe it’s because the freshly fallen snow provides an insulating blanket, or maybe it’s because of the absence of leaves rustling in the breeze – whatever the reason, it’s quieter. I love it.
More Caron Tea Cake patterns! Yea! You may feel differently, but I just love them. So here I am introducing my latest pattern using two Caron Tea Cakes (shown in the colour English Breakfast) is my “In the Woods Triangle Scarf.”
When it’s -30 degrees Celsius with over 20 centimetres of snow on the ground, who doesn’t love to curl up under a thick, warm blanket after a long day?
Here in Ontario we have entered the depths of winter! Right before Christmas we woke up to our first significant snow fall, and then again on Christmas Day, woke up to another 20 cm of snow!
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I am in love with the Caron Tea Cakes! I love their colours, their super chunky weight and the acrylic/wool blend.