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Knitting & crochet world records!

Create Your Own Yarn-Winder!

Click here for directions on making tidy yarn balls out of all those unruly leftovers!

blankets with drawings!

Make an Easy Cat Toy!

Edging - The Finishing Touch!

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One of the many things I appreciate about our blankets is that they really show off the love and caring we have for homeless pets. Crafters tend to forget that not everyone is a “fiber artist”, and so when an adoptive family meets a dog or cat, wrapped in a beautiful hand-crafted blanket, they are impressed! They are even more thrilled to find out their new family member gets to take it home!

A great finishing touch to a blanket is a decorative trim. It’s a wonderful way to add color, cover some uneven side-stitches or make a small blanket a bit bigger. Here are four ideas for the perfect trim to add to the crocheted blankets you may be working on. Try one of these, or just do a simple half-double crochet around the perimeter. The only “trick” is to make sure you put three half-double crochets into every corner stitch. Enjoy!        Edging Ideas Here!

Make a Doggie Puff Toy!

No more weaving in ends...with the Russian Join!

Do you love changing colors often in a pattern, but hate weaving in all those ends? If so, the Russian Join may be a solution for you!

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Complete Directions

Support Our Mission!

We rely on the generosity of animal lovers to keep us going and keep us shipping! We donate 1,000 - 2,000 FREE blankets to animal shelters each month!

All our merchandise is personally made, or designed, by Linda, CFC's founder. She offers a handful of blankets for purchase and has designed some one-of-a-kind t-shirts for crafting and pet lovers!       

Click here to check them out!

Knit the Fisherman's Rib!

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Read more here to learn

this fun stitch!

Do You Knit or Crochet to Relax?

The History of Crochet

Knitlandia – A delightful reading destination!