Guess what? I started a YouTube channel for You’ve Been Yarned! I’m excited about it and can’t wait to start sharing tutorials, tips, and follow along patterns! If you’re a visual learner be sure to head over and subscribe 🙂 My first video can be seen here! I share with you how to create the… Continue reading New on YouTube
🍀 Happy Friday and Happy St Patty’s day to all those Irish folk out there, or for those of us just pretending to be Irish for a day 🍀 I’m so excited to share with you My FIRST knitted pattern!! ‘The Tassel Cowl’ You may be asking yourself. Why is it called the Tassel… Continue reading Knitting pattern // Tassel cowl
Hey guys!! It’s been awhile. I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and a smooth transition into 2017. Are you a resolution maker? Aaand, are you still keeping that resolution? Ha. Well, I’ve never been a huge New Years resolution kinda person, but I do believe in trying to be better and doing the best… Continue reading Chunky stuff!
For the past week or so, I’ve been talking about wanting to form an official group that can be my “go to” peeps for testing patterns. A few weeks ago I opened up a group on Ravelry for those who were interested in testing my patterns, but it hasn’t been as consistent and organized as… Continue reading Calling all Crocheters and knitters!
As a mother of two small children and a wife to a husband in school, the days and weeks can seem long; and with little relief. Crocheting and knitting gives me that creative outlet that I think everyone needs! Over the past several months of really trying to build the “You’ve Been Yarned” name, I’ve… Continue reading Pattern writing
(In the Photo: DPNs- hiya hiya in size US 11/ 8mm. Yarn-lion brand wool ease thick & quick In the color barley) Howdy everyone! Happy Friday and happy Fall! I love this time of year :). Cooler weather means more knitting and crocheting. Right now I’m working on hats for my Etsy shop and I wanted… Continue reading Knitting math
If you’re a knitter you know that there are different types of needles. Straight, circular and DPN ‘s (double pointed needles). With crochet, you can buy one set of crochet hooks and pretty much be set. When you find a pattern you like you will 99.9% of the time have the hook you need with… Continue reading Magic loop knitting