Crochet Link Love – Top Posts of The Web This Week

Links to all of my favorite crochet blog posts from around the web this week. Which are your favorites?

Something Cool

Juniper Moon Farm is launching a new magazine called By Hand. They say: “By Hand is a lifestyle magazine for people who make, with departments for cooking, crafting, DIY, gardening, and do-gooding. Each issue will feature photo-intensive tutorials and recipes from pros and profiles of people who make their living with their hands.” It sounds like there will be opportunities for crochet designers with this place in the future if the magazine becomes a reality. They’ve got a Kickstarter campaign going to raise the funds to get the magazine launched. Visit here if you’re interested in learning more and donating $1 or more.

Smart Words About Crochet

Terrific Reviews

Crochet Patterns And Stuff People Are Making

I love this first 2012 crochet project from Sewing Daisies. I definitely wish I’d seen it before writing my 5 must-have crochet items for coffee lovers!

The Dr. Seuss crochet hat patterns are available from Micah Makes. I discovered them through a post on Tangled Happy.

Lemon de Sucrette made this adorable colorful crochet turtle. Visit the link for close-up photos and keep an eye out on her blog for a pattern soon.

Helpful Tips and Tutorials

Yarn Stuff

  • Yarn Storming Update. Juniper Moon Farms has a cool project called Yarn Storming that collects yarn from readers and redistributes to places that need it such as charity craft organizations. Read about it – and donate some yarn if you have stuff you know you’re never going to use. It’ll help you Surmount Your Stash for a good cause.

Other Fun Crochet Blog Posts

  • Plant-along Roundup. @planetjune shared photos of the work that other people have done making her cool crochet succulents and other plants. smiles.
  • National Craft Month at Fave Crafts. They’ve got a busy schedule over there for the month with various features on all types of crafts. Check it out to see what days you want to follow along.
  • Granny for a Stool. @foxslane made a great granny square cover for a found footstool. It reminds me of the cool work being done by wood & wool stool.

And Some Special Thanks This Week

Happy reading!

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