Here’s something I made with the leftover yarn from the short poncho. It’s getting pretty warm in Spain by now, so maybe this post is a little bit out of season… but hey, it’s starting to get cold in the other half of the world, so… I guess it all depends on perspective 🙂 .
Hey there, here I bring you a tutorial to make this cute brooch to wear next March 8th. It’s super easy because it’s all made of chains and slip stitches (yes, you’ve read it right!) and it takes just about 10 minutes to make it. What else can you ask for?
Here’s another great stash buster that allows you to use the leftovers from previous projects of both yarn and fabric scraps! ❤
Winter is not going away anytime soon in the north hemisphere, so there’s still time to crochet some wintery projects like these convertible mittens.
Here’s a fun and easy ending for your crochet projects:
“What? Yarn? But it’s almost summer!”
Oh, yeah, how north-hemisphere centered of you, my friend… Don’t forget that when it’s almost summer to you, it’s also almost winter somewhere else.
Anyway, I have too much yarn, and I saw this project and I just couldn’t resist 🙂
Yesss… lots of neck warmers this year, I know… I think this will be the last one, though. In my effort to diminish my yarn stash, I decided to use an odd skein of grey yarn I had around to give a second try to a project I made some years ago.
September 11th is a special date for me because it’s the day I started this blog… 4 years ago! Wow! Here’s a round up of 4 of the best crochet projects to celebrate: a cowl, comfy socks, veggies play set and a crazy cat house. Just click on the names and you’ll be redirected to the page! Happy crocheting!