This is a technique that was one of the most difficult for me to master, mostly because my brain couldn't focus on and follow the multiple strands of yarn as it was shown in other tutorials. Just in case there are others whose brains are wired like mine, I thought I would share how I look at it to maybe make it make sense to others too.
One of the years most anticipated thrillers of the year is the latest from Alex Finlay, author of Night Shift and Every Last Year.
This was such a fun and sweet book! It is the perfect combination of sweet, sexy, hot, and heartfelt.
This is the second book in The Perez Family series by Chanel Cleeton. I'm happy to report that, in my opinion, this book is just as good as the first one! In fact, I think I liked it better.
Well, now, that was just delightful! It's like a murder in Bridgerton being solved by Enola Holmes...fancy dinners, beautiful people, and murder.
I really liked this book, so much so that I finished it in two days.
We are wrapping up another year and I thought it would be fun to revisit some of my favorite books read this year.
I really wanted to like this book, but ultimately, it fell short of the mark for me. The author did a few things very well. However, this book was just not for me.
Featuring posts, puffs, and third loop stitches, the only time you'll want to put your hook down while making this beauty is to run your hands over all that texture!
The holiday season is upon us and I can't tell you how often people ask me, "What should I get for my friend/family member who crochets?" So I thought I would take a minute to make a list of my favorite things and share them here with you!