When daylight saving time ends, skip that extra hour of sleep and instead use the time to knit up these quick knitting projects and patterns. Read more »
Knitted flowers are one of the most versatile knitted objects. They're perfect for using up scrap yarns. You can make them as big or as small as you'd like. They can go from a brooch to an embellishment on a hat, depending on your mood.
To bring more attention to these neglected knitting projects, we'll feature a different knitted flower each month here on the Craftsy Blog. This month, we're focusing on September's birth flower: the morning glory. Read more »
If your leftover yarns just keep piling up, here are a few ways you can use up your scraps. Not only will it save you a trip to the craft store, but it will also save you a few bucks. Read more »
Let no yarn be wasted! Even the smallest leftover balls of yarn can have some purpose. Whether you’re knitting tiny, multi-colored ornaments, making up extra I-cord as a finishing detail for other craft projects, or using your scraps as stuffing in a teddy bear, there are always ways you can use up those last little remnants of yarn. Read more »
Sometimes you want instant gratification from a knitting project -- and sometimes you wait until the last minute to start knitting a gift for a friend or family member and need it finished ASAP. (Oops!) Knitting a project in one day isn’t impossible, as long as you’re not trying to knit up an entire sweater or other large item. Try these one-day projects and you’ll be finished before bedtime. Read more »
In the mood for a quick knit? Here’s what to look for in a pattern to guarantee instant gratification. Plus, a few ideas for projects you can whip up whenever you find the time. Read more »