Posts by Ashley

Ashley Little
Ashley is a writer and editor who left her job at Martha Stewart to freelance in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. She has her hands in all kinds of crafts, from knitting to crocheting and sewing. When she's not crafting, she's eating peanut butter, listening to Paul McCartney, and playing ukulele -- sometimes all three at the same time. You can see what Ashley is making on her blog, The Feisty Redhead.
Honey Bag Crochet Pattern

Crocheting Blog

Quick Crochet Projects

When we shared some one-day knitting projects a few weeks ago, crocheters felt a little left out. Not to worry! We heard you, so we’re bringing you some fast crochet projects to add to your to-make list. Grab your hook and yarn for these beautiful quick crochet projects that can be completed in just a few hours -- or less if you’re a real pro!

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Knitting Blog

Flip It: Reversible Knitting Stitches

Reversible Knitting StitchesMost of the time, I don’t care if the back of my knitting looks pretty, especially if it’s a sweater or a knitted toy that’s going to be seamed up. But there are some cases when a reversible stitch is important. No matter which way you turn it, the reversible stitches featured in this roundup look fabulous. Read more »

Knitting Blog

Don’t Be Fooled by Entrelac

Entrelac ScarfHave you ever seen the beautiful diamond-patterned knitting that looks like it's knitted from dozens of strips that are woven together? If so, you've admired entrelac knitting. Don't be fooled by its woven appearance. Entrelac knitting is actually worked in one piece -- no seaming required. Read more »

Knitting Blog

Discover New Color Combinations with Color Wheels

Color WheelMost crafters have go-to colors we use all the time when we craft. But if you’re making something for a friend or just need to step out of your color comfort zone, a color wheel can be helpful. Let’s take a look at how a basic color wheel can be used to inspire new color combinations for your next project. Read more »