Recently we took a look at 15 ways to upcycle a crochet blanket into wearable fiber art. But blankets are not the only thing you can upcycle into mixed media fashion (as we’ve seen previously with doily dresses). Here are 30 stunning, inspiring examples of upcycled crochet fashion.
I’m happy to be part of the Poise campaign to raise awareness about light bladder leakage (LBL) in a fun way – by finding a creative way to upcycle unused period pads with a DIY project. For my project, I’ve taken unused pads, stitched them together and added crochet to create a water-absorbent, protective, cute new iPhone cozy.
Summer is just about here. There are a few awesome things that you can do to update your home and be on trend for the season. From going eco-friendly with solar power to learning how to macrame, these five summer trends could be right for you.
Just in case you haven’t already noticed the ad in my sidebar, I wanted to draw your attention to the fact that Crochet4MyButterfly is currently offering free crochet patterns for a beautiful hat and gloves set.
I have joined a campaign to share the book Soul Sessions: A Story of Love and Awakening by author Carson Gage. It’s a unique book, different from the crochet things that this blog is usually all about. But it touched me because it’s a story of journeying out of depression in a unique way, and as many of you know, crochet was the unique way that I pulled myself out of depression.
There are so many ways to show the world that you love to create things. Wearing your own handcrafted crochet items is the best, of course. But it’s also nice to support other indie artisans by selectively purchasing the items they offer to help you proclaim your love of making. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite items on Scoutmob that other makers might adore.
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