Its spring time and the first flowers are blooming… but not fast enough for me. So I’m making mine own, simple crochet flowers.
A free crochet pattern to make a basic beanie! Its made from the bottom up, comes in three sizes, and works up super fast. Enjoy!
An in-depth look at the habits and projects of an obsessed knitter, crocheter, and handspinner who can never seem to get anything done.
What should you do with your extra day? Start a new project. Here are 6 small projects you can get done on a Leap Day. Or any other day.
Instead of putting your first row in the usual way, flip that base chain over! You’ll have a starting edge to match your finishing edge.
A roundup of free tools that will help you calculate all sorts of things for your knit and crochet projects. No more try-and-see. Be sure.
Hearts are super easy to make in crochet. So grab some yarn and a hook and this free photo tutorial. Ten minutes later you’ll have a heart! And hour later you’ll have a dozen hearts. Then you’ll either need to stop or you’ll need to start giving them to everyone you know or soon you’ll be buried in hearts.
Trust me. I know this from experience.
Knit and crochet patterns use so many abbreviations they can resemble secret government codes. Get some help and free printable guides.
A round up of free patterns that for making all things small. Tiny pigs, mini acorns, stubby forests, its all here and its all free.
Last week I was trying to convince all the crocheters to take up knitting. This week I’m gonna try to get knitters to take up crochet! If you are a capable knitter, these lessons are for you: the crafter comfortable with needles, who want to try playing around with a hook.