DIY Felted Balls Tutorial | #Crochet #TipsTuesday

In today’s #TipsTuesday post, I’m going to show you how to make your own felted balls from wool yarn. Felted balls can be used instead of dryer sheets or for craft projects. (Spoiler alert: I’ll be sharing a project using felted balls later this week, so you may want to get started on making a … Read more

#Crochet #TipsTuesday: How to Knitfelt (or Full) Wool in the Washer and Dryer

Most of us have a memory of shrinking a wool garment accidentally while doing laundry. If you’ve done that, congratulations! You’ve already knitfelted, or “fulled,” your first project. This post contains affiliate links. What is knitfelting or fulling anyway? Wool fibers have small scales. When the project you knit with wool yarn is wet and … Read more

Interview with Laura Watson from Full Moon Farm

At Vogue Knitting Live 2013, I had the pleasure of meeting Laura Watson from Full Moon Farm.  Laura’s yarns were extremely colorful – and so was she! – so I was immediately drawn over to her booth.  It was wonderful to learn that she’s a New York State local (about 90 minutes north of New … Read more

Interview with Nicky Epstein, book review, and giveaway

This post contains affiliate links. I’m really excited to share an interview with Nicky Epstein today.  Nicky is a knit and crochet designer, bestselling author, and teacher.  A few months ago, I received a review copy of one of her books (which I won’t name… yet) and thought it was  “just a knitting book.”  After reading … Read more

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