Happy Jack, the hot pad, designed by J. Erin Boland, will help with all your holiday baking! Designed with her signature csc stitch in Lily's Sugar 'n Cream cotton yarn.
Happy Jack Hot Pad pattern
What colors do YOU have in your scrap basket? It hardly matters, as 9 colors of whatever you’ve got will make this cowl keep your neck warm! If you had to choose just one project to use up that room of scraps, this one may very well be it. Just think of all the coziness you can create!
Happy Scrappy Ribbed Cowl pattern
Come on! Let’s use those yarn scraps! You will need a unique satchel for your travels this summer, and this is it!
Happy Scrappy Satchel pattern
What to do with scraps of size 10 crochet cotton? The Happy Scrappy Scarf! by Kathryn White.
Happy Scrappy Scarf pattern
Single crochet alternating with treble crochet makes a quick warm weather tee in Lion Brand’s Comfy Cotton Blend. Time to hook up a little treble!
Here Comes Treble! Boast Neck Tee pattern
This beautiful yarn and it’s repetitive circular patterning will indeed cast a spell upon you! Sue Solakian’s stitchwitchery will absolutely enchant you!
Hex Mix pattern
Let the sunshine in with a recycled cotton dishcloth in as many bright colors as you like! Lion Brand’s Re-Up makes it green!
Hippy Dippy Dishcloth pattern
Brighten up your kitchen of bath with a poinsettia Towel Holder!
Hold Me Poinsettia Towel Holder pattern
Plain or fancy, dress your favorite little girl in Debbie Maxwell’s design for the holidays!
Holiday Dress pattern
Holiday gifts require a special holiday tote. J. Erin Boland's Holly & Berries Tote will become your signature holiday piece. Stitched in her signature csc stitch in Lion Brand's Vanna's Choice and Vanna's Glamour yarns.
Holly & Berries tote pattern
Share your culinary skills with your own family with J. Erin Boland's Holy Family Hotpad, done in her signature csc stitch and Lily's Sugar 'n Cream cotton yarn.
Holy Family Hot Pad pattern
Shawl or Pareo? Sue Solakian’s Hot Breeze design works either way. In Lion Brand’s Vanna’s Choice yarn.
Hot Breeze Shawl or Pareo pattern
The fall runway's blanket scarves were the inspiration for Hudson I & II, shawls made rugged enough by an into-the-woods vibe for today's modern male. Simple stitches and Lion Brand's Lion's Pride Woolspun yarns make this an easy and satisfying project, whichever version you choose.
Hudson I & II shawl pattern
Susan Heyn makes Xs and Os into this lovable throw, in Red Heart's With Love and Gumdrop yarns