Often times, I bring my yarn items with me places. If I know I'm going to have some free time, it's going with me. If I'm going on vacation, yarn. If I'm visiting someone and have a train ride, yarn. If I'm going on a train, yarn. If I'm going for a walk to the… Continue reading It doesn’t stop there.
Hey! This is a Storytime original post by SkeinWreck owner, Cecily. To see the first part of the story, click here. Recap: I was introduced to crochet by woman who was visiting the Quilt Museum, where I volunteered. I was knitting a scarf before she noticed the swiftness of my work, and it ended when… Continue reading The Fire
So, some of you may be seasoned crocheters and knitters. Some of you may not be. Some of you may be interested with experience, but haven't really taken it upon you. If you are any of those three, this article is for you. So, a little backstory. When I first started knitting, I was 15.… Continue reading Starting Out.
Level: Experienced Beginner This pattern will be for the shells coaster (pictured right). It's quite simple to make, easy to clean, and fun to have around. The pattern can be altered to use it as a washcloth or scrubbing agent. This pattern takes no more than 30 minutes, it's a perfect beachy touch to hold… Continue reading PATTERN: Shells Coaster
Currently, this is one (of many) projects I've been working on. It features blue and purple chevron stripes, and is being crocheted with a 5mm hook, using Red Heart Yarns. I've been working on this one, you see, because they feature my school colors. But again it's one (of many projects) that have gone… Continue reading Done! How to Finish Those Unfinished Crochet Projects
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This pattern is for the shells crochet glasses case. With a cute shells design on the sides and a drawstring to close the case, this bag is perfect to help keep your glasses safe! It's easy to customize with the colors of your choice. See details below. Machine wash, air dry for best results. You… Continue reading PATTERN: DIY Glasses Bag