Yesterday we took a look at 12 Tunisian crochet patterns. Today I thought I’d follow up with a roundup of Tunisian crochet photos that don’t have patterns but just might inspire you to try this crochet technique.
There are a lot of upcycling crochet ideas in my roundup of eco-friendly crochet from back in 2013 but that was quite some time ago so I thought I’d add some new ideas with a fresh roundup.
here was a point in the history of crafts home decorating when just about every home had cozies to cover up unmentionables including toilet paper rolls and tissue boxes. Feeling inspired by this retro home decor – take a look at these seven crochet tissue box cozies, three of which are available as free crochet patterns.
I recently did a roundup of chevron crochet patterns and inspiration. One great variation on this pattern is the popular star-shaped ripple blanket. Here is a roundup of crochet patterns and photo inspiration for these chevron star blankets.
I love looking at examples of how crochet can be combined with other products to make creative items. I’ve looked at crochet with fabric, denim, paper, stones and driftwood. Today let’s look at crochet with glass!
Have you been out in the garden much? Have you spotted any snails or caterpillars or other critters? Maybe, maybe not, but you can see a bunch of them here today in crochet.
Summer seems to be officially here. What that means in San Francisco is that it’s suddenly really cold and windy and hard to find the sun! Yep, it’s all a little backwards weather-wise here every year, but that’s okay. I’ve lived here almost ten years now so I know what to expect. However, that doesn’t stop me from occasionally daydreaming about places where the beaches are actually warm (like when I was in Belize!) so in honor of that today I thought I’d share a roundup of projects that combine crochet with driftwood, that lovely wood from the beach!