Hare's Beloved Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe
This past weekend was the annual NYC Yarn Crawl and Hell0Nurse and Mike came down to romp around the city with Gannon and I. We hit 4 of the 12 stores and also stopped for rainbow bagels at The Bagel Shop and lunch at The Meatball Shop in Hells Kitchen. It was a really fantastic day… Continue reading NYC Yarn Crawl 2018
Let's get Crochet up in this Twitch! When I stitch, you stitch, we stitch! Let's do a Stitch-A-Long
The generosity of our community has overwhelmed my speed! Time to step up my game and knock out some hats.
If you've been in my stream before, you might have heard the story of my first crochet project. It usually comes with teary smiles and gushing viewers, recounting their own stories of first projects. Recently, Vincent, the whimsical creator behind KnotBad, shared his first project. You can read his heartfelt story here. It inspired many… Continue reading It All Starts Somewhere
TeamTrigg and I are doing a 10 Hour Dual Stream Marathon event on April 14th at 1pm EST! I'll be crocheting a sidewinder for Trigg's birthday and he'll be flying around in a sidewinder, more than likely up to no good. Come join us on our space adventure! There will be giveaways, including an exclusive… Continue reading Trigg x Hare
Wanted to do a special giveaway for Valentine's Day. A few years ago, Sarah Zimmerman, of Repeat Crafter Me, posted about a bon bons heart box. I absolutely loved the idea. This year I found the perfect window box to pop 18 Paintbox Yarns minis in to giveaway. If you'd like to grab some paintbox… Continue reading Valentine’s Day Giveaway
How to determine the size of your pattern and how much yarn to buy.
I've had my eye on making a temperature blanket for a few years now, but the reality is that I wouldn't keep up with it. So, unless I want 10 years of January - March temperatures (if we're lucky), I think we should switch tactics. Enter 2018! Jennuh, from Jennuh Stitches mentioned that she… Continue reading Temperature Scarf
Need a nice little gift for the stocking of a crafter or maybe for a Secret Santa present? These pretty little ornaments come together quickly and are super budget friendly. Mine worked up for about 10 dollars, including the snow! Materials Needed 3 bon bon size yarns ( I used Paintbox Mini balls from LoveCrochet… Continue reading Stocking Stuffers!