Blog Post: How To Knit BobblesBy Liat Gat – Founder / Decorative, Intermediate Knitting, World Travels / June 27, 2011 / 20 Comments
Bobbles are a fun challenge for the decoratively-minded. Here I show you how to add small or large bobbles to your knitting. Practice your increases and decreases with this intermediate-knitting challenge.Read Post »
Blog Post: How To Crochet A Scalloped Edge or BorderBy Liat Gat – Founder / Crochet, Decorative, Finishing / July 8, 2011 / 6 Comments
Use a crochet hook to create a scalloped border on your knitted projects. Even if you’ve never crocheted before, you will be able to create this easy decorative finish just by grabbing a crochet hook and following the video.Read Post »
By Liat Gat – Founder / Decorative / November 18, 2011 / 6 Comments
While you can make a pompom without a specialized tool (and I show you how here), they come out big, fluffy, and perfect if you use a pompom maker. The directions for how to use a pompom maker can be hard to remember, so I made you this video as a reference.Read Post »
Guest Blog Post: Beading: How To Bead With A Crochet HookBy Caryl Pierre / Decorative, Guest Posts / October 14, 2011 / 6 Comments
Adding beads to your knitted garment can make it special, but it can also be tedious. In this step-by-step photo tutorial, knitwear designer Caryl Pierre shows us how to easily add the beads to each knitted stitch. Beaded handwarmer pattern included.Read Post »
By Liat Gat – Founder / Crochet, Decorative / March 15, 2023 / No Comments
Real plants can die. Crochet plants can’t!
Even if you have killed a houseplant or two in your day, even if your cats chew on any living thing, or even if you just don’t get enough light in your house, you can still have beautiful houseplants decorating your home.Read Post »
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Bobbles are a fun way to add a decorative element to your knitting. They are little (or large) round bumps to add to your knitting. Learn to increase, decrease, and even purl backwards in this video.
Recommended Notion: Crochet Hooks by WooCrafts
Crochet hooks are useful to knitters for many tasks – adding fringe to a scarf, picking up dropped stitches, and adding crochet borders and embellishments. Any crochet hook with a soft handle will do.
Recommended Notion: Pompom Maker by Clover
A pompom maker is the easiest way to make large, fluffy, even pompoms. Clover sells a variety of sizes. PS – in my town of Sayulita, Mexico, pompoms are a way of life. They are used as curtains, earrings, keychains, and everything in between.