Have you heard about David Babcock, also known as “The Knitting Runner”? A professor, husband and father of four, David is also the current Guinness World Record holder for knitting the longest scarf while running a marathon in October of2013 – a whopping 12 feet long! And he’s up to more greatness this year. Just last weekend, with Lion Brand® Yarn Company as his sponsor for the second year in a row, David completed the Kansas City Marathon and crocheted the world’s largest doily!
It’s Craftys time again! The crafting awards that offers cash and prizes – up to $1000!
I Love Yarn Day is taking place this year on October 17th, 2015 – this Saturday! It’s time to celebrate your love of yarn and all it can do – here’s what this special day is all about!
A while back I posed a question: How do YOU hold your hook and yarn? After all, you’ve most likely seen one of my videos, and you know how I do it, but that doesn’t mean it’s the “right” way – it’s just *my* way! Well, I got lots and lots of emails and photos – and these are the results!
A little while I got an interesting request from a Moogly reader: She wanted to know how people hold their hooks and yarn when they crochet! Well of course there’s only one right answer…