Yarnspirations purchased Red Heart early in 2019, and now, at last, Red Heart yarns and patterns are available on Yarnspirations.com! Here are some of my favorite things about the new site – and a tip for finding your classic Red Heart patterns!
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Yarnspirations.
Yarnspirations.com is the home to several yarn lines, and each has it’s own “boutique” on site. But just one shopping cart – so you can shop them all in one spot!
In fact, many of your favorite brands can be found on Yarnspirations. com! Not to mention the patterns!
But before we get to the patterns, be sure to note that it’s not just yarn anymore! You can get Susan Bates products, as well as Anchor and Coats and Clarks! This means that whatever your needle art, you can get your supplies in one spot!
Hey, somebody said free patterns!
So now, on Yarnspirations.com you’ll find free craft, crochet, embroidery, knit, quilting and sewing patterns!
And that includes the patterns you used to find on RedHeart.com! In total, this means there are nearly 8000 patterns available all in one spot! You can search by craft, or by brand, pattern category, skill level, fiber and more.
How to Find Older Red Heart Patterns
If you know the name of the pattern you’re looking for, you can use the search bar at the top of Yarnspirations to look for it – easy peasy.
However, some people have only noted the old “code” for some of their Red Heart favorites. For instance, I had a reader email me shortly after the move to Yarnspirations and ask me for help!
She had written down the code to her Red Heart pattern WIP – LW5667 – but not the name. And if you put that code in the Yarnspirations search bar, you’ll come up empty.
But there’s an easy solution! All I had to do was enter “Red Heart LW5667” in a Google Search (and I’m sure Bing or whatever would work too). The name of the pattern immediately popped up!
From there, all I had to do was click on the Red Heart link and it forwarded me onto the pattern for the Wonderful Shells Wrap on Yarnspirations.com. And if that hadn’t redirected properly, I still had the actual name to plug into the Yarnspirations search bar – and that worked too!
Oddly enough however – this photo is wrong! The photo is for the Red Heart Wavy Squares Throw – another great pattern! The download is for the Wrap though. I was able to find the Wavy Squares Throw pattern by right-clicking on the image and selecting “Search Google for Image”!
What Does this mean for you – and me?
For you, it means you get to shop for ALL of these yarns and threads and accessories in one place (and it makes it that much easier to get to free shipping!). And you can search all those patterns in one spot too!
For me, it means I get to design with all these yarns – which means I get to bring YOU even more varied free patterns! I talk a little bit more about in last month’s live!
Check out Yarnspirations Now!
So I hope you’ll go check out the new updated Yarnspirations.com! It can be a little different getting used to a new site, and there are always a few kinks to work out with such a big update. But I am excited to see where the future takes us, and to work with all these beautiful yarns!
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