I love stocking stuffers! Those fun goodies to dig out of a stocking on Christmas morning always bring out the kid in me. I rounded up a list of stocking stuffers for yarn spinners under $20 that yarn spinners can (ahem) share with Santa!
When I got close to the end of the Arboreal sweater project that I knit entirely out of handspun yarn, I knew It would be a close call. Would I run out of yarn? I didn’t want to play yarn chicken with my handspun and I had already spun the entire bump of roving, so there was no way to get more yarn for this project. This is what I did to make sure I could finish my project without running out or having too much yarn leftover.
The idea of this scarf pattern is to knit it while you watch a bingeable show. While you watch the show, any time something predictable happens, you change stitches. This is the scarf I made while watching The Queen’s Gambit (which was amazing!).
I am so thrilled! My handspun Arboreal sweater is finished! This was a great pattern from Jennifer Steingass. I want to tell you about a few of the things I did to make this pattern work with my handspun yarn…
I recently reorganized my creative space and I would like to share with you some of the ideas I have to create the best yarn stash organization system I have ever used. It is functional, and can be adapted to just about any space!
While working on a project with my own handspun yarn, I made a list of my best tips for using handspun yarn in a project and getting great results.
This question has me thinking. Is Over Spun Yarn useful? I am going to turn it’s flaws on their heads…