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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It’s always fun to put together lists of gift ideas so I’m happy to be doing that for today’s sponsored blog post. Here are ten top gifts to give this holiday season.
Many of us who crochet do exactly that during this time of year (and all year long) when we infuse hand-crafted items with our attention and then donate them to local or national charities.
Katie Jones, a knitwear designer with a crochet collection that I adore. I learned about her from a post on @thegoodwardrobe about London Fashion Week.