Celebrating Crochet with Link Love!

Here’s my roundup of all of the best posts in all areas of crochet blogging from the past week. By the way, this is the last link love roundup of 2012. I’m going to be quite busy this coming week with wonderful holiday things and a visit from my sister so I’m taking the week off (although other posts will still be going live throughout the week). Link love will continue, of course, weekly in 2013.

Something Special

You can crochet something to help the victims of the Newtown Massacre. There are several projects launched. Two I’ve seen:

  1. Hands, Hearts and Hugs. They’re collecting 6″ squares to make comfortghans for the families of victims.
  2. A group of designers has come together to offer stuffed animal patterns that you can use to make animals to donate with the goal of collecting one for each child in the school. Details from FreshStitches.
Additionally, Repeat Crafter Me rounded up some ways to help.
I also wanted to point out that Marcy of Interweave had a lovely CrochetMe article that mentions how crochet helped her get through the stress and sadness of this terrible news.

Smart Crochet Articles

Crochet Books

Beautiful Crocheted Items

Loved the fun of this crochet snake that Andamento made as a gift request.

Little Woolie did a lovely roundup of her 2012 projects. This is only a portion so click over to check them all out.

How To Crochet

Crochet Patterns

Crochet Video

Twinkie Chan’s booth at Renegade Craft Fair

Yarn

Other Fun Stuff

And Some Special Thanks

Happy reading, happy weekend, happy holidays!

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

4 Comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing my link in your weekly love – and I love this week’s Link Love icon :).

  2. Wow! Thanks for the mention.

  3. Gracias por la menciĆ³n.

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