Caitlin Eaton

Projects by Caitlin Eaton

Ultimate Hooked Planner

Crochet designer Kati Brown’s Hooked Planner 2.0 just got a makeover! The Ultimate Hooked Planner is 40 pages of every kind of form you could need for your yarn stash, projects, craft fair prep and even your design business. From pages to keep track of your current yarn and project stashes, to forms for tracking

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Knitter’s Pride Wool Needles Set

Knitter’s Pride Wool Needles Set is a game changer for weaving in yarn end at the end of project, whether it’s crochet or knit. Perfect for all yarn types, the needles utilize a flexible cord loop instead of the traditional plastic needle eye. This makes it more suitable for super-bulky and fuzzy yarns, which often

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Celctic Lion Closure Shawl Pin

Handmade shawls deserve the perfect, handmade closures. This beautiful celtic lion pin functions both with and without its circle enclosure. Made from white bronze or white brass, the end result is a gorgeous item worthy of your favorite hand-knit shawl or open-front cardigan. Inspired by Celtic illuminated letters in the forms of animals, this pin

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Bear Knitting Enamel Pin

Do we ever need a reason for buying another fun enamel pin? Featuring an adorable bear doing his favorite pastime (knitting, of course), you can’t go wrong with this cute little pin. Wear it with pride on your favorite denim jacket, throw it onto your project bag or use it to decorate your craft room.

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Dogs in Jumpers: 12 Practical Knitting Projects

Winter weather is hard on everyone — including your four-legged best friends! Keep your furry companion nice and toasty with this collection of 12 adorable sweaters designed for dogs both small and large. To get started, select a sweater (jumper) style, then follow the instructions carefully to create a tailor-made knit. To ensure your dog’s

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Japanese Knitting Stitches from Tokyo’s Kazekobo Studio

Popular designer Yoko Hatta, the driving force behind Kazekobo Studio, is releasing her first book in English. Featuring 200 Kazekobo stitch patterns, readers will discover a delightful mix of knit, purl, lace, cable, aran, and rib stitches in both solids and motifs. Whether you’re new to knitting or have been knitting for years, this is

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Knits from the Greenhouse: Knitting Patterns for Plant-Based Fibers

Curious about plant-based yarns (cotton, linen, hemp, etc), but aren’t sure what projects are best suited to that type of material? Don’t worry; Knits from the Greenhouse is here to serve as your guide. Inside, readers will discover 18 patterns specifically designed to show off the best properties of natural yarns, ensuring your end project

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Knitting with Beads

There are so many ways to knit with beads, beyond just adding them to the bottom of a scarf. Inside Knitting With Beads, knitters will find a contemporary guide to a traditional technique that covers how to create a completely beaded fabric, how to make beaded lace, adding beads while you knit by using a

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