Using super bulky weight yarn, the pattern works up super quick and can easily be adapted to change the look of your monster. Or leave the eyes off and have a normal hanging basket.
These monsters can hold magazines, remotes, phones, yarn, and anything else you can stuff in their mouths.
You’ll receive instructions for two different sized baskets.
The large one measures: approx. 15” across (when laid flat) x 17” tall (without hanger)
And the small is: approx. 7” across (when laid flat) x 9” tall (without hanger)
Use promo code: monster50 during checkout to receive discount.*
*Offer good until Sept. 28th, 2014 midnight Pacific time. 50% good only for pattern listed.
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I recently made a Broomstick lace tutorial, but wanted to give you a pattern to go with it. Here is the Broomstick Lace Shawl. It is a pretty easy shawl once you pick up the broomstick part. It’s great for anytime of year and drapes so well you can wear it like a scarf too.
Spoiler alert: A new giveaway will be up tomorrow, and from the pictures above and the beginning of the tutorial video will give you some hints as to what it is. Be sure to follow the blog if you’re not already, so you get first notice when the giveaway gets posted.
You can also watch a review I did on the yarn used. This is from the Zealana company (the one’s who use brushtail possum.) It’s called Air and it’s really fantastic to work with. Check out the full review right below.
I had a viewer request on how to begin a two color spiral. I already have a pattern that has a two color spiral in it, so this was an easy tutorial.
The Baby Sensory Tummy Time Mat already had a photo tutorial in the pattern for the first round (which is usually the most difficult to make), so I made up a video (see below) for the first three rounds.
If you have your own spiral pattern and the stitches are different, just substitute those stitches for the ones I show and the spiral will work out just the same.