2021 Project Challenge

Stay on top of your new year’s knitting goals with Ravelry’s 2021 Project Challenge feature. Located in the “Projects” section of your Ravelry Notebook, find a “Challenge” tab in the top right-hand corner. There, input the number of projects you plan to make during the year and add planned projects to your Ravelry Queue. Set a “finish by” date for each project as a proposed deadline to see them appear on your Challenge page. Then, get making so you can hit all of your 2021 goals.

Get Cozy

Shelli Can’s new collection – the Cozy Craft Club – is now available. The collection features a group of woodland creatures, including a bear, raccoon, mouse, and hedgehog, all engaged in crafty fiber pursuits. Pick up enamel pins, a needle minder, or even a book cover today.

Create Felt Flowers

If you’re looking to pick up a new hobby in the new year, consider felt flowers. New from Bryanne Rajamannar, Felt Flowers Workshop is a comprehensive guide to making plants and flowers out of fabric. The beginner-friendly book features step-by-step instructions to make each flower, branch, and leaf to inspire larger floral creations.

CAST ON: Stash Dive Scarf by Summer Lee

This new scarf is every knitter’s dream: a stash buster. Pull out your worsted and fingering weight leftovers or mini skeins and cast on the no-purl scarf that is rewarding and fun to wear. The pattern even includes some skill-building techniques, like creating jogless stripes, to make this pattern a win-win-win.