Any place is a great place to crochet. But if you’re going to do some traveling and you love yarn and crochet then these destinations are even better than the rest.
I’ve been looking through the photos on the fashion blogs from the Spring/Summer 2015 runway shows, with an eye out for crochet. Here’s what I spotted that I think is crochet (although it’s always hard to tell in just the photos).
Whether you’re just a beginner or have been crocheting forever, it seems that there’s always something new and interesting to learn in this craft. This roundup of crochet tutorials will help you expand your skills. How to Crochet Stitches How to Crochet the Crocodile Stitch via @crochetme How to Crochet the Magic Ring via @becraftsy How to Crochet a SC Cord. From Sweaterbabe. How to Crochet Stitch Patterns
I never get tired of looking at crochet art. I love all of it – from the stuff in the galleries today to the things made decades ago, from the conceptual to the functional. I’ve already done several crochet art roundups in the past but there is always more to showcase. Here are even more inspiring crochet artists. Crochet Art Installation Pieces By Hook By Hand crochet coral reef Colorful crochet rainbow tree by Vendulka Yarnbombing Art The Andy Warhol Bridge Knit the Bridge project
Sundays on Crochet Concupiscence are when we celebrate the best crochet on Instagram.
Link love is my way of giving back to the crochet community by highlighting the great work out there each week from crochet bloggers, designers, artists and more. Here are this week’s links …
Heather Mann’s book Craft Fail begins with an introduction to herself that resonates within me. She writes about how she was a kid to whom most things came easily, and the result was that she immediately gave up on anything that didn’t come easily to her. That kid was me as well.
Need some patterns to crochet for babies? This roundup should help.