2011 Awesome Crochet Blogs: Best Crochet Videos

Each day in December is a day of celebration here at Crochet Concupiscence. I’m honoring some of my favorite crochet bloggers with special awards that recognize the most unique and wonderful things about their blogs. Learn more about this project here.

Congratulations to today’s award recipient:

Teresa Richardson of Crochet Geek

You have received this award for:

Best Crochet Videos

People who know me might be surprised that I decided to include an award for best crochet videos. That’s because I tend to be a much more word-based learner than visual learner so I almost never watch crochet videos for instruction. That said, I know a lot of people who rely on YouTube videos to learn anything new in crochet and every once in awhile when I’m not able to make sense out of something, I’ll head there as well. What always comes to mind for myself or recommendations to others is “maybe CrochetGeek has a video”. Teresa has really done a great job of carving out a niche for herself as someone who provides crochet tutorials, tips and instruction via video through her YouTube channel. Great work Teresa!

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

3 Comments:

  1. I am completely a visual learner so I am on YouTube all the time searching for crochet videos. I am subscribed to Crochet Geek’s YouTube channel and I am glad that she won this award. I have to watch her video’s very carefully because she holds her crochet hook completely different than I hold mine!

    • So glad to hear it @Aprile. It’s funny how we hold our hooks differently. I’ve also been told I hold the yarn in my left hand differently from others too. Making our craft our own that way! :)

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