From here on all expectant mothers will get booties. If they love them, they get a baby blanket. If not…
A trip to the grocery story for coffee creamer led to a sudden, overpowering need to crochet up a pineapple. And then eat one. That’s how my life goes sometimes.
So I’m up to four projects and I feel better. I’m going to work on them all. At the same time. While drinking coffee. It will be a marathon of knitting and crochet and it will make me a much more pleasant person.
All the reasons AllFreeKnitting and AllFreeCrochet are on the list of Stuff I like. Besides the “all free” part I mean.
Its summer time! Its hot! You’re not the only thing sweating out in that sun, your drink is too. So here is a super easy glass cozie that will soak up all the condensation and keep your hands nice and dry.
Let’s add beads to our crochet (and later on to our knitting). Beads are perhaps the easiest way to personalize a project and there is more than one way to add them. Here is how you can add beads by pre-stringing them and then starting a crochet project.
Endless humid days have me making headbands in an attempt to control all the hair frizz! So let’s have a free crochet headband pattern.
Pineapple lace crochet has a long and glorious tradition. Get started with some history, a tutorial, and free patterns.
A serious hooker talks about her crochet hooks. What’s in her collection, what she likes, and what she won’t use anymore.
There aren’t patterns for Irish crochet, its more of a method. But don’t let that stop you. Here are some free resources to get you started.