Wednesday, January 8, 2020

All About Hearts Scarf


Happy New Year everyone!
Gladly posting my first project of 2020. It is inspired by my previous scarf that employed the Brioche stitch, which turned out to be one of my favorite patterns of last year. 
I'm in the process of making a matching hat, which will be posted soon, so stay tuned.

Level: Intermediate

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Granny Square Wreath


This is my second contribution for this year's Christmas season. It is a granny square prototype that can be used by itself as a coaster (with the plastic ring), or you can crochet many (without the plastic ring) and assemble to make a doily, a blanket, or any other Christmas themed home decoration. It is a little bit different than the wreath ornament I've made in the previous post, though they have the same concept. I hope you like it.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Level: Intermediate

Friday, December 13, 2019

Christmas Wreath Ornament


Hello friends!
Though Christmas ornaments are not really my main specialty, I like to come up with something new each year. Last Christmas' project did not go so well and I ended up tossing all the materials away.

This year, I loved what I did; an elegant wreath ornament, so I decided to share it with you all. Also, I am going to share a granny square design I've made using the same concept, so stay tuned.
Merry Christmas and Happy holidays!

Level: Intermediate

Monday, December 9, 2019

Yaseen's Scarf


Hi friends!

This scarf was a special request from my friend Fatima, who came to Amman on a vacation from Denver, Colorado, and wanted a gift for her grandson Yaseen. His seventeenth Birthday was in November. Happy Birthday Yaseen! with hopes that you liked what I've knitted for you.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Level: Intermediate

Friday, November 29, 2019

Red Mood Beret



From time to time when I'm done with big projects, I tend to grab a skein -that I've bought and forgotten about- and make a hat of any kind.
This time it's a red beret. My daughter is very fond of it, so we decided to make her the model. It's easy, fun, and takes no time to make. Have fun crocheting it for the holidays.

Level: Intermediate

Monday, November 11, 2019

Sunflower Swirls Shawl




Happy fall days everyone!
Because the chill weather is approaching fast, and so, I'm trying my best make as many projects as I can before moving to my new Christmas Ideas like every year. The Caron One Pound yarn was challenging to me, I took a tour of every project done using it on Pinterest, and came to a decision to knit a shawl using a simple pattern. Its bright color helped making a bold final appearance. I hope you enjoy knitting this shawl as much as I did!

Level: Intermediate

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Uniflower Baby Blanket



I've been fond of these 3D little crochet flowers featured on MyPicot.com ever since I discovered the site, but never had the guts to learn how to crochet and incorporate them in any design. Having a combination of baby yarn at hand, I decided that this is the time to put my own spin on this, and so I came up with this baby blanket project.
I had a blast crocheting this blanket, as I found that work flowed easily and smoothly once I got the hang of crocheting the flowers. You can also choose to make it in one color, pink or blue to make the blanket suit a baby's gender, or make it using any unisex color you fancy. Have fun making it! 

Level: Intermediate 

Monday, September 30, 2019

Candy Corn Sweater

I've wanted to work on a Halloween-themed project for the last three years, but every time I find my self swarmed with work, and I miss the opportunity to work on something. So this year, I've decided to start two months ahead, because I'm slow when it comes to creating a design I am satisfied with. 
This fluffy sweater features a cute candy corn pattern, is sure to keep a kid warm while trick-or-treating, and comes in 4 sizes. I hope you have enough time to finish knitting it for your beloved little ones. 

Level: intermediate

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Candy Corn Drawstring Backpack





Hello everyone! So today, I bring a Halloween-inspired drawstring backpack that the kids can take trick-or-treating. It's fun, simple to make, and it's big enough to collect candy to feed a small army of kids (just kidding). On the other hand, if you are not into that, it can be used as a cute accessory during Halloween season. I hope you have fun making and using it!

Level: Easy


Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Ribbed Shawlette


Hello everyone! This is the third and last shawl I've knitted using Lionbrand Mandala yarn. It is easy and quick to make, looks nice, and could be worn in many ways. Small shawls are a must in every woman's wardrobe, especially those who have outdoor activities. I hope you enjoy making and wearing it. 

Level: intermediate