• Free Knit and Crochet Patterns

    That Was Fast Beanie Knitting Pattern

    Looking for a simple and fast knit beanie pattern? Look no further! The That Was Fast Beanie knitting pattern is one of the shortest and simplest patterns I’ve ever written. It’s worked in a simple rib pattern, then cinched together at the top. The length is easy to customize. It’s the perfect on the go project. Want to grab the discounted ad free PDF with sizes 6 months through adult? Click here Ravelry or Etsy. Materials: Needles: 16“ Circular Knitting Needles US 13/9mm Other: Scissors Tape Measure Tapestry Needle Yarn: Super Bulky (weight 6) 87-100 yds Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Lion Brand Hometown USA The Fit To get…

  • Free Knit and Crochet Patterns

    Winter Mittens Square

    Get the ad free pdf for a discounted price on Ravelry here. It includes the written instructions and a graph. Winter Wonder Squares CAL I have teamed up with Claire from Bear Rye and some other amazing designers to bring you the Winter Wonder Squares Crochet-a-long. The idea is to make a winter themed blanket by making a square a day and seaming them together. You’ll find the pattern for my Winter Mittens Square below. The PDF on Ravelry includes a graph along with the written pattern. How my square came to be. Today is my day and I bring to you my Winter Mittens Square. When I think of…

  • Texture Tuesday

    Texture Tuesday: Faux Fur Mini Tree

    It’s Texture Tuesday! Today I’m featuring my Faux Fur Mini Tree. You’ll love how quick and easy they are to make. I’ve included everything you’ll need to make your own Faux Fur tree in the tutorial. Let’s get started! Materials: Lion Brand Go For Faux yarn (1 skein has 65yds, I used approx 8 yds) Hot Glue Gun Durafoam Cone 9.85″ Wood Slices  (approx. 2 “-2. 5” / 6-7cm; Thickness: approx. 0. 2 “/0.5cm)s Gold and Silver Jingle Bells (.52″/13mm) Small Sewing needle Sewing Thread/Embroidery thread/Thin yarn/Twine Tree Base Now is a good time to get your hot glue gun heating up. I had some pre-cut wood pieces laying around…

  • Texture Tuesday

    Texture Tuesday: Twisted Columns Beanie Pattern

    Welcome to Texture Tuesday! If you’re curious what Texture Tuesday is see my first post about the Swirl Pop Pillow pattern. Today I am featuring my newest pattern, the Twisted Columns Beanie pattern. It’s an intermediate knitting pattern that works up pretty quick. About the beanie It’s knit bottom up, in the round. The twist design is rather simple once you’ve completed it a few times. An ambitious beginner could probably complete the pattern as well. Give it a go if you’re new to knitting. I found diving right in when I was learning really helped me improve my skills quickly. The beanie is worked to desired length, the pattern…

  • Texture Tuesday

    Texture Tuesday: Double Brim Fuzzy Beanie

    Welcome to Texture Tuesday! If you’re curious what Texture Tuesday is see my first post about the Swirl Pop Pillow pattern. Today I am featuring my newest pattern, the Double Brim Fuzzy Beanie. It’s a simple double brim beanie knitting pattern that works up pretty quick. It makes a great beginner beanie. About the Double Brim Fuzzy beanie It’s knit bottom up, in the round. If you’ve never made a double brim beanie, it’s really quite simple. The brim is folded over and knitted to together, to create an extra layer of warmth over your ears. Some double brims have an extra wide brim. I’ve made the double brim 2.5″…