Continued from Rainbow Nesting Baskets, Part 1...
This pattern makes six 2” tall nesting baskets ranging in diameter from 2” to 4½”. Use them for storage or gift the set as a great baby and toddler toy! The pattern calls for six colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple), but you can use any color combination you like!
Remember how I said I made the Chunky Little Stripe blanket two times?
Here's a free pattern for an easy baby blanket!
I've noticed that lighter weight yarns have a consistent thickness whether working with luxury natural yarns or inexpensive acrylic. But Bulky luxury yarn works up much smaller than Bulky acrylic yarn. For example,
Tammy Junior is the princess of of Madeline's Menagerie of amigurumi animals. She's made of a luxuriously soft ketlle-dyed, single-ply, superwash merino
Those of us who grew up with sewing mothers understand about sewing sheers. They are NOT to be used for construction paper projects, Barbie hairstyling, or cutting your own bangs. (Been there, done that!)
I don't do Tunisian Crochet (yet), but I love working with bamboo crochet hooks. And if I learn Tunisian Crochet, I already have the tools! All of my knitting needles are Clover/Takumi, so naturally I wanted crochet hooks to match!
I should be making a Lemon Peel Sweater in Yellow, or maybe bright green (Lime Peel, anyone?)
Meet Hester Hedgehog! The pattern for Hester is available on Etsy and Ravelry