Crochet Link Love!

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Some of the terrific crochet blog posts that I read around the web this week included:

  • Eleven Handmade had a super funny little comic about when a crocheter goes camping.
  • Lorna’s Laces posted a cute little stop motion video of what yarn does when it’s bored.
  • CrochetBug shared a lovely little journey on the way to a finished blanket.
  • Hands in Delight helped demystify the Russian Join method of joining two strands of yarn into one.
  • My Recycled Bags shared a T-shirt rug pattern along with lessons in blocking this rug.
  • Tami’s Ami’s shared a sneak peak of a new yarn line she’s creating for Candy Skein called Ripening. Yummy!
  • Anastacia Knits shared a terrific crocheted hats Etsy treasury.
  • Crochet with Cris shared some interesting history about Coats & Clark.
  • JJ Crochets provided 8 Reasons Crocheting is Better Than Knitting. Do you agree?
  • Poetry in Yarn shared some favorite crochet and knitting slang. I need to add a few of these to my glossary!
  • Jimmy Beans Wool did a fun, funky interview with Taiu of Koigu yarns.
  • Stitch Story did a post I adored with vintage crochet hat inspiration. Great old photos!
  • Crochet Spot had an informative post about how you can use slip stitch crochet.
  • Elisabeth Andree made a beautiful bowl out of yarn scraps!
  • Planet June shared some tips for creating your own designs. Very insightful!
  • Inside Crochet posted a video that shows how to do the Turkish flat bead crochet technique.

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  1. Thanks for your visit and comment!!! Your work here is beautiful!!! I´ll come back very soon…

  2. yeah! thanks for the linky love!


    Lovely to be here- such fabulous ideas and inspirations. – I’ll be off to check out these links.
    I particularly like your celeb-crochet post!!
    SJP has always been a little idol of mine- I should have known she’d have a great bag.

  4. I love that little bag and might have to add one or two to my WIM list. The idea of using one as ‘gift wrapping’ is super and would be ideal for a fellow crafters gift. Thanks for the idea.

  5. Thanks for the post about the Turkish bead bracelet. I made one yesterday and couldn’t believe how pretty and easy they were. My daughter has already put in her order for one! By the way, what does the name of you blog mean? I love your blog because you have so many links to other pages! Thanks for all that you do.

    • @Sara-Jane … Thanks so much for the great feedback. I love sharing links to lots of other great crochet blogs! Concupiscence basically means passion or yearning for … same root word as cupid. :)

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