Love this Wrap!

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Dayana Knits

Blue Sky Fibers finishes it's 20th Anniversary free pattern celebration with the Sasha Wrap -- their most popular pattern of all time. Use code SASHA13 until the end of the month!

Pattern by Sarah Smuland:

So many amazing knit bloggers on this list!

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September is here and I need to start menu planning again!
Here is my attempt at a plan for next week's dinners.…/menu-planning-in-septembe…

It's the busiest time of the year for myself and my family. September means we are back in school, back into fall soccer, back into choir and bells and back into scouts. This year it also means I'm back to...

For those who crochet!

This is a worsted weight rendition of a partial solar eclipse.

What are you reading this summer? Here's a great list of suggestions!

It’s almost summer -- a time to catch up on missed readings, turn back to old favorites, and discover new ones. For the best summer reads, we turned two authors who own independent bookstores: Louise Erdrich, who owns Birchbark Books in Minneapolis, and Emma Straub, who co-owns Books are Magic in Br...

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Knitting Daily

Have you ever unexpectedly run out of yarn while working on a knitting project? Or do you have partially-used skeins in your stash that you're afraid to use for... that very reason? Now you can find out exactly how much yarn you have left using math! Don't worry—it isn't difficult math! ~Hannah #YarnHacks

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Mary Engelbreit

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Fun free pattern on Ravelry until April 30th. Just add to your cart to get it free. This would be a good project for those variegated skeins of yarn I've bought but never used!

Often I buy single skeins of yarn just because I like the color so much. You, too?

I had fun with this Upcycle Challenge using a soup container from Chick-fil-a. I made a cute little box to hold lunch box jokes for my son's school lunch! #chickfilamomsDIY…/upcycle-challenge-from-ch…

The only fast food restaurant our family enjoys is Chick-fil-a. My son loves their chicken and it's the one quick meal spot that is our go-to and most requested by him. They have a great mobile app, chick-fil-a one, that...


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Mary Engelbreit is with Marlene William-Elisha and 9 others.

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What a pretty pattern!

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Dayana Knits

Another limited time freebie! (Offer is now over). The colors make me happy in this one.

It's ☔️, It's Pouring Shawl by Melinda VerMeer:…/libr…/its-raining-its-pouring-shawl

Beautiful pattern! Free until October 17!

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Dayana Knits

If cotton candy machines could knit... Free till Oct. 17!

Flora Corona by Rachel Leggett:

Beautiful hat pattern! On my to-knit list!

How cute!

Oh, man, how cute is this?

If you live in Texas and you like Pokémon Go then you might be in for a nice surprise the next time you visit your local PokeStop, because somebody is crocheting tiny Pokémon characters and leaving them for trainers to find while out trying to catch 'em all.

This is a beautiful pattern!

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Nothing much to say except WOW! Something new and gorgeous from Carol Sunday. Dancing with Bears:

Very pretty cowl pattern that uses self striping sock yarn!

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A single skein of self-striping sock yarn plus small amounts of solid shades makes this cowl a great stash-buster that is light and portable enough to carry wit...h you through the dog days of summer. Cowl from Little Church Knits is free:

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