Knit a stitch, crochet a row, make just a little progress on your current project. If you don’t have a project find a pattern, even if it’s just to stare at it in longing. Just a little progress every day keeps your project from falling into dust and disinterest.
I wanted to see if anyone else has this problem. I am 24 but look much younger like I am in mid to late high school. When I go into many nice yarn shops they snub me, talk down to me, and assume I am not gonna drop bank on some nice ass yarn. I am always very polite and friendly. Mind this isn’t all yarn shops but many of them. I had a really bad experience with this one yarn shop in Fredrick MD yesterday and I am still miffed about how they treated me. I just want to know if anyone else experiences this?
this melbourne, australia-based etsy shop has a ton of fun DIY project-related items, great for crafters and handmakers alike! check out this pair of weaving finds: a mini weaving loom kit for do-it-yourselfers, plus a collection of naturally-dyed weaver’s yarn! pretty.