The day of the knitted sock

24 okt 2019 @ 07:20 | Jenny

Here today in Sweden, it’s the day of the knitted sock or ”Raggsockans dag” as we call it.
Not only is it Socktober but now we can also end the month with a ’holiday’ 🙂

And since the autumn is here, it’s a good time to start to prepare some new socks!
How many socks have you knitted so far?

Above you see my first ever knitted sock 🙂 Still cozy!

Here’s a pattern for a similar sock but more bulky, which means they’re faster to make!
Easy Super Bulky Slipper Socks by Yarnstarved Creations

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What to do with all the scrap yarns?

21 okt 2019 @ 21:16 | Mymma

We all have it, don’t know what to make of it but still we don’t want to throw it away 😂 I made a purse, my phone and a lipgloss fits in it and no one at the party has a similiar purse like me!

I did a chain of 40, and just single crochet for about 40 rows, just played around with the different colors. It’s all cotton yarns, used a 4,5 hook. When you reach your desired lenght you sc the flap on the side of your work, just back and forth til you reach the lenght you want. Sc the sides together, i used black just for the contrast. The button is purely decoration. The shoulder chain i ordered from hobbii

Hope this gave you some ideas!

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The fall is coming..

08 okt 2019 @ 02:11 | Jenny

I made a neckwarmer for my husband’s birthday. Sometimes a neckwarmer is more convenient than a long scarf when it’s not too cold outside. And it’s also very easy and quick to make 🙂

I crocheted back and forth using the hdc rib stitch until I had the circumference that wanted.

Scroll down for pattern


Yarn: Cotton/merino wool 100g
Hook: 4 mm

Row 1: Ch 60 (or as many to achive the height you want)
Row 2: HDC in second chain from hook and then in each stitch across, ch 2
Row 3: HDC in each stitch, ch 2
Row 4-?: Repeat row 3 until you have the lenght you want (at the last row, don’t ch 2)

Fasten off and leave a long tail. Use this tail to stitch the neckwarmer together.
Then weave in ends.

That’s how I did it 🙂 Hopefully you can use this pattern and customize it to your liking!

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01 okt 2019 @ 17:29 | Mymma

I follow Bag-o-day crochet on youtube and i really wanted to try one of her patterns for a bolero for my daughter. I ordered yarn and buttons from . The video tutorial is really great! But when i had done my rows for the bolero, i had so much yarn left so i turned it into a cardigan instead, and winter here in sweden is cold so 😉


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