Cheryl Ann Moreo

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Knitting Personality Test

Are you a natural born knitter? What approach to knitting will suit you best? What pitfalls could you be liable to? Take our fun personality test …

13 DIY Jewelry Organizers That Will Make You Happy

I’ve been pondering my jewelry organization a lot lately. Not because of my earlier inspiration from these fabulous DIY ideas using old or vintage …

The Nantucket Bagg Company, LLC.

This Facebook post is no longer available. It may have been removed or the privacy settings of the post may have changed.<p>The Nantucket Bagg Company, …

Cascade Yarns


I'm a huge fan of Cascade Yarns. Here's the Moonlight Sonata scarf knit with Cascade 220 Sport.

Blocking is the easiest, fastest way to take your knitting to the next level. Finish knitting projects so that they look, fit and feel wonderful. Click--->>

Easy Knit Bracelets

Fun and summery easy to knit bracelets. Great for using up fabric yarn scraps. Full tutorial by Lebenslustiger.<p>457<p>2768

How To: Make a Photo Booth Backdrop/ Wall Art with Yarn

We love photo booth backdrops around here, especially ones that are relatively quick and easy. This DIY option is both of those things and could …

One-Hour Baby Hat (Free Knitting Pattern)

<i>Step 1: Using US 8 needle, cast on 38 stitches.</i><p><i>Step 2: Work in 1×1 rib for 4 rows.</i><p><i>Step 3: US 10 and work in 12 rows in stockinette, place marker</i> …

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DIY Yarn-Wrapped Bottle Vase

This simple diy is a great way to use up leftover yarn and upcycle empty bottles into bud vases. The best thing about it is that no special skills or …


How-To: Determine the Weight of Your Yarn

Perhaps you lost the label, or it never had a label to begin with. Or, maybe it’s a specialty material or a skein of your neighbor’s homespun? Whatever the reason, once in a while, every knitter and crocheter needs a little help determining the weight of that mystery ball of yarn. Luckily, my pal …