This month marks the year anniversary of my very first visit to the Caron yarn plant in Washington, NC. I'm feeling a bit nostalgiac, so I dug into the archives of never-before-seen footage, and put together a behind-the-(yarn)-scenes video of what happens to get your favorite stitching supplies, primped and ready to go out to your favorite craft store. Enjoy!
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Multiply Dazzleaire's wonderful pallette times 3 and you have Donna Childs' beautiful Tri-Colored Pillow. Easy crocheted stitches combine to create a lovely diamond pattern that will compliment any decor.
>> Tri-Color Pillow instructions
Hills & Valleys Play Mat
Playful babies are happy babies as designer Margret Willson surely knows. She has designed an adorable crocheted Hills & Valleys Play Mat with whimsical embroidery and intriguing ridges for baby to explore.
>> Hills & Valleys Play Mat instructions
Lace Panel Throw
We love Simply Soft for it's beautiful drape and cozy softness. You will, too, in Margret Willson's gorgeous knitted Lace Panel Throw. Her easy pattern is engaging and it produces a fabulous texture in any color of Simply Soft.
>> Lace Panel Throw instructions
The Marion Shawl, designed by Jen Benson in Country Plum Pudding, is the perfect, easy, wear anywhere design. Crocheted with a larger hook size, this shawl features puff stitches that actually drape to achieve the lovely open look of this shawl.
>> Marion Shawl instructions