FO Friday: Chocolate bark

No finished yarn objects are available for photography today, so I thought I’d take some pictures of the chocolate bark I made.  (I also reviewed my favorite holiday cookie cookbooks today here.) Chocolate bark is so easy to make and there are tons of recipes online, but I thought I’d… View Post

Favorite cookie cookbooks for the holidays

This post contains affiliate links. I love baking, and I especially love holiday baking.  For about 10 years, I baked an entire batch of cookies for every person in my family, many of my co-workers, and all of my closest friends!  I even had a little survey postcard I would… View Post

Book review and giveaway: Knit Noro Accessories

This post contains affiliate links. Today, I’m reviewing Knit Noro Accessories: 30 Colorful Little Knits, published by Sixth & Spring.  I received a review copy from Sixth & Spring which I’ll be giving away, so read on for details! As the name implies, the book features 30 small knitting projects… View Post

Year of Projects: Crochet Master Class – Entrelac, Take 2

This post contains affiliate links. This post is part of my Crochet Master Class series.  You can read my previous post on crochet entrelac here. I’ll admit that the holiday crafting crunch time has arrived, and thus, I have not made any progress on my entrelac project.  I decided to share… View Post

Granny square book review roundup

This post contains affiliate links. Ever since I first learned to crochet granny squares, I’ve loved them.  The “official” granny square pattern was originally published in 1890 by Weldon and Company in London.  Then, as now, the granny square was a great way to use up scrap yarn.  The pattern… View Post