I normally just do my own crochet work, I felt inspired to buy these pieces and do something creative with them. But I haven’t actually done anything with them, yet, so I thought I’d get some thoughts from you about what to make with them.
You’ve seen me put puppies in crochet but they aren’t the only pets that people make crochet cozy cuteness for. In fact, animals don’t even need to be pets to get decked out in crochet.
Lion Brand has just published my blog article on making your craft space sacred.
I was catching up on Facebook and email and whatnot and saw this cute crochet snail photo, which Rachel shared on my timeline from the @jamiegardenshop timeline.
I recognized several of them from my own 2012 roundup of 15 crochet umbrellas, but a couple of them were new to me so I thought it was about time to check out the internet and see what I could find in this niche.
I wanted to find more of Sophie’s amazing crochet that I hadn’t showcased in that first article. So here’s a luscious eye candy roundup of what Sophie Digard does in crochet.
I’m really in love right now with the tutorials that so many people are putting out showing how to upcycle old sweaters into cool new things. So today I’m sharing links to 20 wonderful tutorials for upcycled sweater crafts I’ve seen around the web.