Recycling plastic bags into yarn is a great way to get free yarn. It's a fairly simple process that doesn't require more than scissors and the end result is a sturdy and soft plastic yarn that works indoors our outdoors.
Christmas is my absolute favorite holiday. This year I've decided to share some of those Christmas traditions with you.
The Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon and Las Vegas
Glen Canyon and Horseshoe Bend
Canyonlands, Dead Horse State Park and Gouldings
Moab, Utah and Arches National Park
The Burr Trail, Capitol Reef and Goblin Valley
Driving to Bryce Canyon and Escalante
Zion National Park and Our Stay in a Covered Wagon
Even in the planning process I knew this trip was going to be epic. Each stop was timed and our route was set to see everything we could possibly fit into a day.
This colorful wrap scarf is named after the Valley of Flowers National Park in West Himalaya.
Anyone can make this simple looped yarn wreath. All it takes is a wire base and looped yarn.