I recently was doing an inventory of my yarn stash and realised that I had a lot of Aldi “baby yarn”. After a little bit of research online I discovered that the proper name for this yarn is Chenille Yarn. And I have now been on a mission to either use up as much of it as I can or gift it away.
My friend Erika recently adopted two kittens, Harry and Mia. I offered to make some cat blankets for them as Jack loves the blankets that I have made him… and he is always stealing the big blankets I have made for myself.
I know that there are very many crochet flower tutorials out there for free but I decided to make my own so that when I link to it for my paid-for patterns I know that it will still be there and I don’t have to worry that the original poster has taken the pattern down!
To start off with I must apologise for the delay. As happens to all of us, life caught up with me and I never got around to finishing my series on Knitting Meditation. That was largely because it took me a long time to create the video I wanted to accompany it. But with out further delay, lets get into it. Continue reading “Meditation Knitting : What to meditate on”→
Today I want to talk a bit about meditation knitting. It seems to be a popular phrase these days, I have seen many articles talk about knitting as mediation but they don’t really go into detail. They just say that knitting is good for you and your mind. So I have decided to write a series of blog posts about mediation knitting.(I would like to note that although I have written this is knitting most of this applies to crochet too! ) Continue reading “Meditation Knitting Introduction”→