Don’t you just fall head over heels for seasons? There’s something to love about each of them, and the promise of a new season as the weather begins to change always puts a spring in my step. Of course, “summer” better than others, in my opinion, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate each of them. The winter is beautiful but harsh on the trees, so springtime brings the relief of lush foliage full of color. In fact, spring is my favorite season! I love the blooming flowers and the fresh perspective the sunshine brings. But thawing out from the winter chill is a slow process, so I still need a few cozy outfits and accessories to keep me toasty until summer rolls around. Luckily, CutRateCrafts.com is offering a selection of assorted yarns for all of your springtime crafting. Shop the collection and save on retail prices this week only!
Soft yarn includes a large variety of colors and themes. We have yarns named after nature, such as Soft Yarn in Pansy or Orchid. You can knit a new flower dishcloth with gorgeous Rosie-colored yarn. Are you a big sports fan? There are dozens of team-spirited colors with our yarn collection. Show off your team pride with a few handmade flags using your favorite team’s colors. And springtime is baby time. Newborns and baby animals are often welcomed into this beautiful world during this time of year. Create a soft, comforting blanket for that special newborn in your life using Baby Soft Yarn – Little Boy Blue, or try your hand at knitting a stuffed bird toy using the Baby Soft Yarn – Cardinal. The project possibilities are endless with this week’s special deal on Baby and Ever Soft Soft yarns.
What is better than one flower? An entire bouquet, of course. A beautiful and fun spring project is turning simple yarn into gorgeous floral decorations. There are countless guides and designs for such crafts, so you can find a suiting project regardless your skill level. Knit and crochet flower crafts are perfect for anyone who doesn’t like to get dirty in a backyard garden. Not only will your homemade flowers not need to be watered habitually, but they also will not deteriorate with the passing of time. Here’s a trick I used to do when I created these flowers for friends: after I finished making them, I’d spray each flower with a bit of perfume. But because I often make DIY flowers as gifts, those little spritzes of perfume became an expensive flourish!
All of the craziness of March athletics is about to begin, but it’s not too late to express your excitement for your favorite teams via knitting and crochet. Various team colors of yarn are on sale, but only for this week. This yarn includes dozens of colors that could be paired, such as: Orange and Black, Red and White, and Blue and White. These color combinations are great matches for your favorite professional, college and even high school teams. Flags (of all sizes), sweaters, scarves, and much more can be the perfect projects to apply these great colors. My friends love the headbands and wristbands I make for their teams. I’ve even crocheted a tiny amigurumi mascot! Find your favorite team colors for a discount here.
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