We are back again, with the final questions from our recent interview with Marie Segares from Underground Crafter. If you missed it, please check out PART 1!
Today, we are thrilled to bring an extra sprinkle of crafting magic to our blog: Marie Segares from Underground Crafter! With each pattern, tutorial, and insightful blog post, Marie unveils a universe brimming with creative possibilities. In this two-part interview, we’ll discuss fiber art, inspiration, the business of running Underground Crafter, and more!
Welcome to today’s special feature, dear readers! We have the immense pleasure of hosting a guest blog post by none other than Sandra Regev of Sandra Stitches. With nimble fingers and an artistic soul, Sandra has seamlessly woven her passion for crochet into a tapestry of mindfulness and creativity. Beyond crafting intricate patterns and beautifulContinue reading “How To Become A Decision-Making Machine with Sandra Regev”
Have you ever been wandering through a yarn store or scrolling online and thought, “Oh, this skein looks fun!” even if you had absolutely no plan for it? Yep, guilty as charged. Suddenly, you find yourself with this solo skein of sock yarn that was too beautiful, too unique, or just too cool to passContinue reading “Go Beyond Socks: Free One-Skein Patterns for Sock Yarn Lovers!”
In the realm of creativity, there are few acts more heartwarming and inspirational than continuing the work of those who have gone before us. For crafters, every stitch, every brushstroke, every carefully chosen hue is a testament to a lifetime of love, dedication, and ingenuity. Yet, when a crafter’s life comes to an end, theyContinue reading “Loose Ends: Creating Community and Closure”
Knitting with lace weight yarn can seem daunting at first, but with a little practice and patience, it can yield stunning results. Lace weight yarn is thin and delicate, which means it requires a bit more care and attention than bulkier yarns. Here are some tips to help you successfully knit with lace weight yarn!
It’s time to talk about an often-dreaded aspect of knitting and crocheting, an essential yet overlooked task: weaving in yarn ends. It’s a pain, we know! But in our opinion, it’s a necessary step that, when done properly, provides a neat finish and ensures your project won’t unravel.
Get ready to unravel a world of vibrant colors, intricate textures, and the pure joy of all things fiber-related—we’re talking about fiber festivals! Grab your needles, dust off your looms, and prepare to be immersed in a tapestry of creativity, community, and endless inspiration.
Just as a beloved tree needs occasional pruning to maintain its beauty and health, so too does a cherished knitted garment require some tender loving care. After a few years of wear and countless memorable occasions, your knitted piece may lose some of its initial shape, becoming a bit stretched, saggy, or misshapen. Don’t worry,Continue reading “Re-Shape, Re-Size, Rejuvenate: How and When to Re-Block your Treasured Knits”