It's Tutorial Tuesday! Ever wanted to learn crochet? I'm getting back to basics with this Crochet 101 Photo + Video Tutorial Series! Today's tutorial will show you how to tie off your work and weave in your ends!
Murder. Power. Corruption. Greed. Infidelity. But what I love is the way that the author is able to portray that nothing is ever black and white, or so easily right and wrong. The best we can do is to be the best we can be in a way that does the most good for the most people.
Just in time for summer, I've got the perfect breezy top to keep you cool when those temps soar...the Isla Tank Top!
Have you ever wanted to learn crochet colorwork, but don’t know where to begin? If you've hung out around here long enough, you'll know that I'm big on teaching and I LOVE a good cheat sheet. So when Claire of E'Claire Makery told me about her new colorwork resource, I knew I had to share!
Inside the park is the spring that combines with Pigeon Creek to form the headwaters of the Current River. It is this spring that gives the water its beautiful green/blue hue. The water is so clear, you can see clear to the bottom of it. If you're a fisherman, this gives you a perfect view of where the fish are.
This was my first book by the sister writing duo publishing under the pen name Liv Constantine. Their earlier book, The Last Mrs. Parrish, received rave reviews and that was enough for me that when my mom asked me if I wanted to borrow this one, I said absolutely! The book opens strongly, with a woman gasping for breath in an inferno, struggling to make it to safety. It pretty much goes downhill from there. Why? Well, several things actually.
Howdy! It's Learn a New Thing Thursday! Is that a thing? Can I make it one? I'm going to. 🙂 Today I want to show you how to crochet the single crochet decrease, aka in pattern speak as sc2tog. Decrease stitches are a way to eliminate stitches in your work and to give it shape. … Continue reading Single Crochet Decrease Tutorial
Today I want to show you how to crochet the granite stitch in THREE ways! First, I'll show you the traditional method, then two modified versions.
It's my belief that good books are diverting and can take you to a place outside of where you are in the real world, but great books are those that make you think, that challenge you to re-evaluate what you know, that change your viewpoint, that teach you something. Few authors are able to deliver on greatness time after time, but Kristin Hannah appears to be one of those authors.
Ever get annoyed that no matter how well you join something, the seam still shows? Try the Mattress Stitch instead! Learn how in this post!