But first, we all know the sports games are great for knitting. Kudos to this woman for knitting her way through last night’s Super Bowl.

Ewe Ewe Celebration Blanket

Ewe Ewe is celebrating its 10 year anniversary with a year-long, mystery block-style blanket project. The 12-block Celebration Blanket worked with four colors of Ewe Ewe Wooly Worsted, will deliver a new block pattern each month. The blocks, free to download at www.eweewe.com and on Ravelry, are each designed by a different designer near and dear to Ewe Ewe. Choose any four colors of Ewe Ewe – including its new Heather’s Heathers colorways – or shop one of the premade kits. 

Make a Puzzle

With extra hours spent inside this winter, diversify your hobbies with one of Purl Soho’s 1000 piece puzzles. Available in four different designs – Natures Palette Blanket, Pom Pom, Library Blanket, and Fabric Store – each puzzle will keep your hands busy while still paying homage to your love for fiber.

Make a Bag

Create your dream project bag with Stitcher Tees’ new Project Bag DIY Kit. Each kit comes with an organic cotton zipper bag, vinyl scraps (leftover from t-shirt production), and instructions. Choose from neon or classic vinyl colors to create letters and shapes that you can easily iron on.

CAST ON: Rhapsody Socks by Knox Mountain Knit Co.

Part sock and part leg warmer, Rhapsody is a cozy addition to any sock drawer. With instructions for both toe-up and cuff-down construction, work the foot of the sock with a single strand of fingering weight yarn and traditional sock gauge and the leg of the sock with two fingering weight strands and a size US 5 needle. Instructions include sizing for baby to adult.