Posts Tagged ‘mittens’

Smitten with Mittens

It’s beginning to feel a lot like… winter. Time to try to dig out the hats, scarves, and mittens. And if you’re anything like me, you often manage to find mitten, singular. And that’s if I’m lucky. So heads up, southern hemisphere folks, you still have time to avoid this catastrophe and have gorgeous, new […]

Marvelous Mittens

Can you say “polar vortex”? Dang, it’s cold! Give this extreme winter weather a run for its money with some beautiful hand-knit mittens. I found several pairs on Craftster that make me really wish I could knit. I’m so cold right now I would wear them in the house, but that would make it hard […]

Fiber Thursday: Link Hat and Mittens

Since I wasn’t able to write a Gamer Wednesday yesterday, I thought I’d inject a little bit of gaming awesomeness into today’s Fiber Thursday! Rousseline made this ridiculously cute Link (as in Legend of Zelda, Link) hat and mittens set for a swap partner! Can you say “lucky swap partner”? She made the pattern herself […]

Free Hats for the Those in Need

Creative thoughts from Craftster Guest Blogger SevsOnlyGirl… With the economy the way it is, there is so much that Craftsters can do to help! I first read about this in the Grand Rapids Press (I live in MI) and then I saw member Keena about leaving hats for the homeless in California. Crocheters and Knitters […]

Wear It This Weekend: Sewn Glittens

I don’t know about you but I’m ready for fall! It’s definitely my favorite season and I love everything about it, but I especially love all the awesome accessories I can finally wear. Like glittens. What are glittens you ask? Well they’re gloves and mittens! And since I don’t knit well enough to knit myself […]

Book Review: Faith, Hope, Love, Knitting

This book by Lorna Miser, of Lorna’s Laces, features projects she has made to commemorate the important relationships in her life. The stories are heartwarming, and the photography is exquisite. The stories behind each project are very personal, and range from funny to sad, and often spiritual. It’s a book of inspiration from life and […]