If you’re a lover of coffee or tea, accessories related to your caffeine-fueled obsession are both fun and useful to knit. Here are some great ideas to get you started. check out these coffee-related knitting patterns

Hooker Leo has a cute coffee cup square motif that …

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use project cards to keep your ufos in orderWe’ve all had times when we knew we were putting a project in time out. Usually that is accompanied by frustration and getting the project out of our sight as quickly as possible.

But we really should be kind to …

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check out this amazing knit circuit wristband!I will never say that I’ve seen it all when it comes to knitting, because people are endlessly creative when it comes to uses for knitting, ways to knit and things to knit that I don’t think there’s an end …

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seams in seamless garmentsA couple of weeks ago I shared with you a post from Audrey Knight about her process for adding seams to a seamless sweater for extra stability and durability.

Since last we checked in with her she’s now written about …

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10 shawls to knit this summer

Just because the dog days of summer are upon us doesn’t mean your knitting needles have to go on summer break.  Knit up one of these gorgeous shawls, perfect for a cool morning commute or warding off a chilly evening.  …

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check out these free knititng patterns for Canada Day!I know most people are probably thinking ahead to the Fourth of July, but just before we get to that holiday there’s Canada Day. Whether you live in Canada or just are a fan of maple leaves and hockey, creating …

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adding "seams" to a top down seamless sweaterI’m kind of conflicted when it comes to seams and sweaters. I understand logically that seams are important. They bring stability to a piece, can help it hold its shape through washing and wearing, and can be used to …

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knit a starfish with this cool patternNow that it’s June it’s time to think about summer knitting projects, and this starfish project from Just Crafty Enough is a really fun one.

This project uses a fun construction method, where you knit the legs first and the …

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use a dpn to fold and hold a knitting projectWhether you’re traveling this summer or just want to do a bit of knitting on the go without dragging your whole knitting tool arsenal with you, there are some great hacks you can do to use regular household items to …

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http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/red-fuji-tank-topThere are so many great tank top knitting patterns out there, but I love alliteration so here are 10 of them that you might want to get on your needles pronto so you can wear them when the weather really …

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You got to see this amazing refrigerator turned yarn storage!Admittedly this is a yarn storage solution that is not going to work for many people, but it’s just so darn cool I couldn’t resist sharing.

The clever blogger behind Inspiration and Realisation found herself with a small refrigerator that …

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artist knits a stream to the seaBellingham knitter and artist Christen Mattix says the idea to knit a stream to the sea came to her years ago and she toyed with it for a couple of years before it began to form in reality. She would …

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cable knit bracelet with an upcycled insertWe all love recycling and upcycling in our crafting, and this idea from Fan of Stuff is a good one.

She took a piece of a plastic drink bottle and used it as an insert for a cable knit bracelet

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British knitters and crocheters replicate townThe project is known as Briswool and more than 100 knitters and crocheters took part in the construction of a replica of the city of Bristol found in the Paper Village crafts shop in Bedminster.

The wooly town includes all …

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health benefits of yarn craftI’ve written a lot in the past about the benefits of knitting, and there are a lot of them, from improved mental fitness to help with healing after an accident or injury.

Knitting is relaxing, can help you sleep and …

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