This tote is strong enough to carry groceries and is an eco-friendly alternative to paper or plastic shopping bags. As seen on the Martha Stewart Show. (Lion Brand Yarn)

This tote is strong enough to carry groceries and is an eco-friendly alternative to paper or plastic shopping bags. As seen on the Martha Stewart Show. (Lion Brand Yarn)

Lion Brand Yarn - How much yarn do I need to make a ? http://www.lionbrandyarnstudio.com/faq/96.html

Lion Brand Yarn - How much yarn do I need to make a ? http://www.lionbrandyarnstudio.com/faq/96.html

Yarn and Patterns for Knitting and Crochet

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join!

Ravelry: Criss-Cross Shrug pattern by Lion Brand Yarn | Long rectangle with sewn-together sleeves at each end. Slip into the sleeves, twist is once and stick your head through the hole. Drape as shoulder wrap, cowl or hood. Easy :)

Ravelry: Criss-Cross Shrug pattern by Lion Brand Yarn | Long rectangle with sewn-together sleeves at each end. Slip into the sleeves, twist is once and stick your head through the hole. Drape as shoulder wrap, cowl or hood. Easy :)

Learn how to work with Lion Brand Homespun Thick & Quick, a bulky, curly yarn that's perfect for making this classic stuffed bunny rabbit!

Learn how to work with Lion Brand Homespun Thick & Quick, a bulky, curly yarn that's perfect for making this classic stuffed bunny rabbit!

Learn to crochet our Celtic Cable Afghan with this easy to follow tutorial by Tamara Kelly of Moogly!

How to Crochet the Lion Brand Celtic Afghan

Learn to crochet our Celtic Cable Afghan with this easy to follow tutorial by Tamara Kelly of Moogly!

I was so excited when I first got my hands on Lion Brand Yarn’s “24/7 Cotton”!  It has a beautiful sheen and luster to it as it is 100% mercerized cotton.  It is categorized as a level 4 (medium) yarn, but I personally think it is closer to a level 3 (DK or lightweight) yarn.  24/7 Cotton comes in a wide array of colours, and I think they would be a great choice for amigurumi as it gives lovely stitch definition and does not split easily.  This time round, I decided to use this yarn for…

I was so excited when I first got my hands on Lion Brand Yarn’s “24/7 Cotton”! It has a beautiful sheen and luster to it as it is 100% mercerized cotton. It is categorized as a level 4 (medium) yarn, but I personally think it is closer to a level 3 (DK or lightweight) yarn. 24/7 Cotton comes in a wide array of colours, and I think they would be a great choice for amigurumi as it gives lovely stitch definition and does not split easily. This time round, I decided to use this yarn for…

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join! / Lion Brand Notebook - Lion Brand Yarn

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join!

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join! / Lion Brand Notebook - Lion Brand Yarn

Lion Brand Woolspun Colour Combination: Charcoal, Oxford grey, Taupe, Linen, Fisherman, Avocado, Honey, Mahogany, Rust, Cranberry, Coffee w/ Claret for the border

Level 1 Neutral Afghan (Knit)

Lion Brand Woolspun Colour Combination: Charcoal, Oxford grey, Taupe, Linen, Fisherman, Avocado, Honey, Mahogany, Rust, Cranberry, Coffee w/ Claret for the border

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