Hey y'all! So we're living in a strange strange time aren't we? I'm using this time to give everything around here a new look! You might not have noticed that my site went from exclusively photography to what it is now.
I wanted to be able to have one place for everything and I really hope this covers it.
So, how is everyone doing? How are you holding up? How's homeschooling going? We homeschool all the time so nothing has really changed for us except staying at home all the time.
It was really hard telling my salon clients I was closing down for awhile. Our concern was our daughter being around so many people after being so sick last year.
Honestly I'm loving this, haha! I'm more of an introvert now than I use to be so this is right up my alley!
Ok, so, now onto the tutorial!
I'd had this idea on my mind for awhile so when I got my Sentro 40 needle in I decided to give a machine knitted pot holder a try and I LOVE it! It's so soft and squishy!
I used I Love this Cotton yarn from Hobby Lobby.
This one was made by knitting 80 rows.
Be sure to check out the video tutorial below to learn how to close it and to make a square potholder!
These would be great to fill out your market line up! If you make them be sure to tag me on Instagram and credit me for the pattern.
I really hope you love them and I can't wait to see them in your homes!
Thanks everyone! If you like the video be sure to give it a thumbs up on Youtube and share it with your crafter friends!