Tiramisu Pearls Necklace

This post contains affiliate links – to read our full disclosure policy, click here. I love making jewelry mainly because with a small amount of time you can create an eye-catching accessory for any outfit or occasion.  There are so many beautiful beads and jewelry supplies available now that the creative possibilities are endless! I will be offering many free jewelry patterns in the upcoming months. (Make sure you sign-up for our free newsletter on the right so you don’t miss[Read more]

Mini-Chevron Infinity Scarf

Crochet Chevron Scarf This crochet chevron scarf is easy to make and feels great around your neck. I love that now it is definitely scarf weather in New England! Have you noticed that everyone wears infinity scarves? They do seem to go on forever as they wrap around your neck more than once creating snuggly volume. I’ve also noticed many accessories and garments that feature the classic zig-zag pattern which many yarn enthusiasts like to refer to as “chevrons”. Crochet[Read more]

Trinity Knot Christmas Tree – Celtic Knot pattern

  Several Christmases ago I posted a photo of a lacy Christmas tree I had crocheted from an out-of-print leaflet.  It is one of my most asked about posts!  I had made the Christmas tree as part of a display I had put up at my local craft store to advertise for my upcoming crochet classes.   Since so many people have asked for the pattern (and it is very hard to find), I decided to create my own Celtic[Read more]

Christmas Holly Leaf Scarf

Christmas Holly Leaf Scarf The Christmas Holly Leaf Scarf is a quick and easy Christmas gift that is one size fits all! I created this design several years ago and wear it every Christmas season – I always get many compliments on it and it looks great in photos. It is purely a decorative scarf that looks good over a light green, black or white top. There are 2 versions of this scarf – one that includes 2 to 3[Read more]

Currier Museum of Art and Yarn Bomb at Art Fest

Who says that museums and crochet are just for grandmas? Well, hopefully no one who came to the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH this weekend for their annual ART FEST.  All ages had a great time connecting with art and crochet. It was a pleasure to watch families have a good time together and children searching around the museum courtyard to find our yarn art highlights. There were artists demonstrating their craft and selling their beautiful creations. Teachers from[Read more]