Knitted baby blankets are so much fun! They are cute and small, they are quicker to make and they take way less yarn then large, full-sized blankets. Knit baby blankets are also a great way to test out an idea for a bigger blanket without going into time and money expense of a large project. And, of course, knitted blankies are so fun to give to friends and family with little ones.
Del Mar Braided Knitted Blanket is a chic and timeless design that uses basic stitches with a braided detail. Made with a soft and cuddly yarn, this knit throw is as relaxing to make as it is to enjoy.
Unicorn Scissors from Darn Good Yarn are sturdy, quality made, cut really well and just so fun to look at! And they are totally great for using them in Instagram photos for that touch of adorableness and whimsy.
BPDC stands for Back Post Double Crochet. It’s called that because it is worked around a DC stitch, using it as a post. This stitch pushes that post to the back of the crochet fabric, so it’s called Back Post DC. BPDC crochet stitch is a variation on the basic DC stitch and a sister stitch to FPDC. BPDC is a fantastic stitch to add to your know-how collection to create so great texture in your crochet projects.
FPDC stands for Front Post Double Crochet. It’s called that because it is worked around a DC stitch, using it as a Post. This particular stitch is worked around the DC post from the front, bumping the texture to the front of the fabric, so it’s called Front Post DC.
What trip to the beach will be complete without a totally cute, light and easy to wear crochet drawstring bucket bag? I had to have one and so I decided to make one. Here it is, Sand Bucket Backpack, a perfect crocheted summer bucket bag!