I recently sent a variety of crochet contributions to Knitteapolis for the Knit the Oval yarnbombing project. They included crochet WIPs and hyperbolic crochet.
Yesterday I shared my post about the t-shirt yarn crochet baskets I made using yarn from Wool and the Gang. I also used that same t-shirt yarn (called Jersey Be Good) to make new bath mats for myself.
A quick celebration of birthday-related things for my 35th birthday. What I’m feeling like, what I want, some things related to birthday crochet.
I’m running a special one-week promotion on the Kindle editions of two of my books: Crochet Saved My Life and Cracked Wide Open. You can get each of these books for just 99 cents if you purchase them today, 3/18/15.
I crochet all of the time. I crochet almost every day. And I often share photos of the work, or at least the works in progress, on Instagram. But it has been a really long time since I shared my crochet work here on the blog so I thought it would be a good time for a roundup of things I’ve made.
It’s almost 2015. Before we turn the corner into the New Year, let’s wrap up looking back at all of the things on this blog in 2014. Today we are reviewing all of the crochet that I created and other things in my own crochet world.
I am saddened to say that I sent the following email (slightly edited below) to the generous, wonderful supporters who contributed to my Hook to Heal fundraising campaign