HOPE Yarn Letters…

Don’t you just LOVE yarn? To me, it screams winter and cozy! Trish and I were sent some wonderful yarns to try out from Lion Brand Yarns  and I created these adorable HOPE yarn letters to help my family celebrate the Christmas season!!

The yarns I used were from the Martha Stewart Crafts Lofty Wool Blend collection. The green is called “seedling green” and the red is called “red dahlia”. Both of the yarns are saturated colors and matched the whimsical Christmas decor in my kitchen perfectly!
I used a tutorial by Bailey at Let Birdz Fly to guide me through wrapping the letters..she really does a great job!! The Lofty Wool Blend Yarn is thick and slightly bumpy, which is perfect for a heavier, winter, cozy, sweater-look!
I finished off my letters {which I got from Hobby Lobby } with a sweet pom-pom ribbon, which I also used on my “JOY” Christmas Countdown…LOVE IT!
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  1. Turned out very cute!

  2. Super cute!!

  3. Next year, I plan on trying that one out! ~ Maureen

  4. I LOVE that yarn! What a beautiful little project! I must try. :)

  5. I love these! They are added to my list for next year!

  6. I love how the letters came out with this yarn!

    I’d love for you to link up and share: http://tutusandteaparties.blogspot.com/2011/12/pinteresting-linky-party-week-nineteen.html

  7. Love this idea! Super cute! I’m having a linky party on my blog and would love for you to link up! Here is the address http://www.thesouthernproductqueen.com/2011/12/27/the-linky-party-1227-1231/

  8. How creative!

    I might have to do that next year. Right now is the perfect time to stock up on all those holiday project supplies at a discount.

    visiting from Simple Things


  9. Simple, yet striking!

  10. Very clever and beautiful!

  11. This is a super cute idea! Your HOPE letters are fantastic!


  12. Oh how cute!! :o)

  13. Thanks for the idea, I’ve been looking for the word EAT in black but havn’t seen any, so maybe this would work! Thanks for sharing!

  14. Super cute! I love the yarn! I’d love for you to link this up to my {Re}create party this week!

    Kaitlin-The Not So Simple Housewife

  15. Great colors! Love that yarn!

  16. Wow! I love your project!

  17. So cute I can hardly stand it!!! I’m glad we’re bloggy friends!!

  18. Love this! Pinning it for later.

    I found you through Tutus and Tea Parties’ link party and am your newest follower. Cheers! Carissa from Carissa’s Creativity Space

  19. Great use of yarn! Love the photos!Simply Silver

  20. Charming. I love how you wrapped the corners.

  21. Fabulous idea and the colors pop! Following you from Beneath My heart-stop by for a visit!!

  22. What a happy and bright craft, love it!

  23. what a great project. you’re right the bumpy yarn gives them a cozy sweater look. love it! great job.

  24. Beautiful! I love the yarn you used! I found you through Someday Crafts. Thanks for sharing!

  25. I love it. It’s so warm and cozy. I may have to do this at my house. Pinning this.


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