Posts tagged: "crochet roundups"

  1. Your top 10 knit + crochet books of 2013

    Posted by on December 20, 2013

    You’ve been waiting all year for this. And now the wait is over. Before we head home to celebrate the holiday and the New Year with our families, we’re revealing the top ten knit and crochet books of 2013—chosen by you! We could tell you what makes each of these books special (aside from the [...]


  2. Quirky Question: your traditions (+ roundup)

    Posted by on December 6, 2013

    Thanks for joining us for Knit and Crochet Friday! You’re just in time for the Quirky Question—where questions are just for fun, answers are always welcome, and you could win a free eBook. Left: From Knitting Circles around Mittens and More by Antje Gillingham You know, it’s holiday crunch time: just 19 days until Christmas! [...]


  3. Christmas in July: patterns to knit and crochet!

    Posted by on July 12, 2013

    Left: From Grammy’s Favorite Knits for Baby by Doreen L. Marquart This week, we’re keeping with the theme of Christmas in July by sharing a roundup of wonderful Christmas-knitting patterns and Christmas crochet projects. Planning to give some homemade gifts this holiday season? Start stitching now, and you’ll be done in time to relax and [...]


  4. Knit (or crochet) for style! + 40% OFF

    Posted by on May 10, 2013

    Here’s a little quiz for you, Stitch This! readers: 1. Where do you go for fashion inspiration? a) Straight to the runway! I love to read Vogue, follow New York Fashion Week, and subscribe to designer blogs. b) I like to browse Pinterest, and I get outfit ideas from my friends. c) If it’s on [...]


  5. Spring break in style! (+ 40% off)

    Posted by on April 5, 2013

    Picture it: you’re headed to the beach, picnic lunch and latest knit or crochet project in hand. You’re ready for a relaxing afternoon spent soaking up the sun while enjoying the smell of the salt water and ocean air. It’s not that far off—your spring (or summer) break is on its way! We want to [...]


  6. Knit for baby, crochet for baby

    Posted by on February 1, 2013

    (Left: Finger puppet toys from Crochet from the Heart by Kristin Spurkland) The last few years for me have been full of weddings. I’ve been able to see friends, cousins, college roommates, and coworkers walk down the aisle—and I tied the knot myself just over a year ago. It’s been an exciting time in my [...]


  7. Your top knit and crochet books of 2012

    Posted by on January 11, 2013

    Last month, we revealed your top ten quilt books of 2012. And now, to kick off another fabulous and fiber-filled year, we’re revealing your favorite knit and crochet books of 2012! Find out which five books on knitting and five books about crochet you made bestsellers for the year. #5: Knitting Scandinavian Slippers and Socks [...]


  8. Christmas knitting & crochet: start your gift list!

    Posted by on October 26, 2012

    Believe it or not, the holidays are rapidly approaching. We’re excited to jump into the next two months with cozy mittens on our hands and hot cocoa in our bellies. Most of all, we’re looking forward to making our lists, checking them twice, and giving wonderful gifts to our friends and family. Isn’t that what [...]


  9. I play, you play—we all play on I Love Yarn Day! (+ giveaway)

    Posted by on October 12, 2012

    Whether you knit, crochet, craft, or just adore fiber, October 12 is the day to affirm your passion for yarn! You can start your own celebration with these ideas from the Craft Yarn Council: Teach someone to knit or crochet Make something for charity Wear a knitted or crocheted item Give a gift of yarn [...]


  10. Pin, Pinner, Pinterest: inspiring knit and crochet

    Posted by on August 18, 2012

    If you follow crochet and knitting on Pinterest, you know that inspiration for your next project abounds—not to mention inspiration for hundreds of projects after that project is complete. If you haven’t visited Pinterest yet, hold on to your hand-stitched hat! Joining is easy—and searching, sharing, liking, and pinning is lots of fun. Oh yes. [...]