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Splash Pad 2018

Announcing: I am one of the Pro Shop Sponsors for this year’s Splash Pad 2018 party over on the Down Cellar Studio Podcast Ravelry group!  I am super excited!! What does that mean?  Well, if you knit, crochet, or spin any item between June 1 – July 31, it counts as a Splash Pad entry (for prizes).  More yardage can also mean more entries.  If you use a Pro Shop Sponsor product, you get two extra entries – however, you will need to take a photo to prove you are using it.   ...

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Pattern Releases: Hearts Aplenty Hat & Mittens

They are finally here! The Hearts Aplenty hat and mittens patterns… just in time for warmer weather (as I write this while sitting outdoors!). Oh well.   In my opinion, it’s never the wrong time of year to make hats or mittens.  They’re great portable projects for the months when you’re traveling more.  And this way you can get a jump-start on your fall and/or holiday knitting!  In fact, I know I need to make a PILE of mittens for Little Chick for this fall.   ...

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Top 10 March (2018) Events

I love spring: the promise of warmer weather, the first signs of new life – in gardens, flower beds and pastures, and longer, sunnier days, and Easter. This week ends the first quarter of 2018 and I have no idea how that happened!! I bet you’re wondering if we fell off the face of the earth or something. Let’s see if I can recall everything that happened this month: 1) The shop has been updated! I still have a few more stitch marker sets to add but there are plenty of fun  ...

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2017 in review

It’s the end of the year already! How did that happen?! Disclaimer: The links in this post may be affiliate links.  If you purchase any products after clicking on these links, at no additional cost to you, A Simple Homestead will receive a small commission for making you aware of these important resources. One of my favorite business gurus to follow is Tara Swiger. Last December, I joined her program called The Starship. Sadly, I haven’t used the program nearly as much as I  ...

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If you see something you like but would prefer it in another format, don't hesitate to contact me! Standard configurations are: stitch markers, progress keepers or earrings. I know how important it is to have markers that will not snag on your yarn, so I strive to make my products as snag-free as possible! Dismiss